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A review of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stane: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in Scots (Scots Language Edition) by Sreevas

A review of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stane: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in Scots (Scots Language Edition)

Sreevas

By Sreevas (created: 01/07/2018)

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It was in 2005. I got my hands on my first ever English book. There was no looking back after that. As to say, Harry potter and the philosophers stone is one of the best books I have ever read till now. The book is a mixture of Magic, Reality and above all, a real fantasy which can hookup even an adult.
The story revolves around the boy, Harry Potter and his struggles to cope up with the world of Magic when he finds out that his parents were not killed in a car crash, but by a dark wizard, Voldemort. The book tells us about the first year of Harry in Hogwards, a school for witchcraft and wizardry. The events that happen after his admission in the school forms the crux.
As misjudged by many, this book is not only for the children but also for the adult readers. It reminds us about the Magical universe that Tolkein and Lewis left us years ago. JK Rowling had moulded the same universe into a new world for the next generation of readers. Surely, this book starts the long journey for the reader to find out the events that happen in Harry's seven years and also ivolve themselves as a mature reader.

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