Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) PDF Book by J.K. Rowling, Mary GrandPré PDF ePub

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)

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Published 26 Jun 1997
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Format Hardcover
Pages322
Edition709
Publisher Scholastic Inc
ISBN -
ISBN13-
Languageeng



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Harry Potter's life is miserable. His parents are dead and he's stuck with his heartless relatives, who force him to live in a tiny closet under the stairs. But his fortune changes when he receives a letter that tells him the truth about himself: he's a wizard. A mysterious visitor rescues him from his relatives and takes him to his new home, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
After a lifetime of bottling up his magical powers, Harry finally feels like a normal kid. But even within the Wizarding community, he is special. He is the boy who lived: the only person to have ever survived a killing curse inflicted by the evil Lord Voldemort, who launched a brutal takeover of the Wizarding world, only to vanish after failing to kill Harry.
Though Harry's first year at Hogwarts is the best of his life, not everything is perfect. There is a dangerous secret object hidden within the castle walls, and Harry believes it's his responsibility to prevent it from falling into evil hands. But doing so will bring him into contact with forces more terrifying than he ever could have imagined.
Full of sympathetic characters, wildly imaginative situations, and countless exciting details, the first installment in the series assembles an unforgettable magical world and sets the stage for many high-stakes adventures to come.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) Reviews

Miranda
- The United States
5
Fri, 15 Dec 2017

UPDATE OCTOBER 2019
Should I try to tackle my never-ending TBR pile... or read Harry Potter again?
I think you already know the answer.
Can you hear me screaming?
ORIGINAL REVIEW - STILL 110% VALID
As expected, the illustrations brought this book to a whole new level. I legitimately want to buy another copy, solely to take it apart and frame it.
Each page is just bursting with new life. Honestly, how could you not love such beautiful images?
I think at this point, everyone and their great-great-grandmother has heard of this book.
Harry Potter, orphaned before he was one, was sent to live with his Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon. He was always a bit of an odd child - much to his family's dismay.
Things just... happened ...around him. Like when he was running from bullies and jumped to the school roof. Or when he got an atrocious haircut (courtesy of Aunt Petunia) and all of his hair grew back in a single night.
On his eleventh birthday, a letter comes to him and a whole new world opens in front of his eyes.
In short - I LOVED THIS ONE. I thought I loved the Harry Potter books when I first read them, but when I bought the illustrated version...well, that love instantly quadrupled.
The fully illustrated Philosopher's Stone still has all the wonder and amazement as the boy-turned-wizard embarks on a harrowing 7-book-adventure and the illustrations bring a whole new dimension.
Seriously, I can't emphasize enough how much I love this book. Just look at these images - they're magnificent:

Hogwarts, Hogwarts. Hoggy Hoggy warty warts.
Ahh! Just look at sad, tiny Harry. Don't worry kid - life will get better!
Not only are these full-color, high quality images but there are so many of them.
Often, illustrated books have a picture here or there but not HP. There's pages and pages of pictures like this - and often the pages without full-sized images will have a small illustrations here and there between the large ones.
Words cannot express how highly I recommend this one. If you haven't read HP recently...I strongly urge you to check out this book.
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Happy Reading!

Colleen
- Saltillo, TX
5
Fri, 12 Feb 2016

I'm on page 27. I can already tell this is going to be a big hit someday. Everyone take note of this author. He's going places.
Couldn't find him on Twitter, though. Wanted to tell him how great I thought page 23 was.

Lily
- Australia
0
Sun, 01 Jun 2014

I've FINALLY read a Harry Potter book!!!
(Watch my review here): https://youtu.be/oUZ0EMsggSk

Navessa
- The United States
5
Wed, 06 Mar 2013

There are no words to do this book justice.

Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies
- Los Angeles, CA
5
Mon, 11 Jun 2012

Rereading for the 3rd time for the group read.
Once upon a time, there was a 10th grader named Khanh who didn't get along with people very well. She wasn't an outcast in school, and all the bullying and teasing stopped with the commencement of high school, but she had always been a bookworm and has generally preferred the company of her own thoughts.
Lunchtime had always been dedicated not to eating, but to sitting in the library, browsing through books.
(Not to worry, she got her nutrition in 5th period in the form of a giant 6-inch M&M studded cookie and a package of Sour Patch Kids and/or a package of Reese's Pieces. Ah, the effortless metabolism of youth.)
One day, there were shiny new books on her school library's "New Releases" shelf. Harry Potter, books 1 through 3. She had heard of the books before, of course, since they were a constant presence on the NYT bestsellers list, but she had always avoided them, thinking of them as children's novels.
At the grand age of 14, surely she was too old for a little kid's fantasy novel. She had read the Outlander series earlier that year, after all. And it had sex in it. SEX! She didn't really quite understand everything in the book, but the point is, she had read them. Surely, at 14, Khanh was ready for more mature novels.
And that did not include Harry Potter. Harry Potter is 11. Khanh is 14. There is a vast difference in their ages. Khanh was a teenager, dammit.
But the Harry Potter books were new. Brand new. They were shiny, they had never been touched by another reader. And Khanh was tempted.
She picked up the first book in the series: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
The end.
Or rather, the beginning.

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