Harry is learning all the ways of a wizard quicker than most of his mates at school. Harry, Ron and Hermione have been going about their camaraderie in their usual way, experiencing different truths and facts of their life in school and outside that can be accessed through magic and through hindsight. Harry in his quest to uncover the mysteries as he comes across them finds himself moving in various paradigms of understanding his role. Harry has a brush with the event of meeting his relatives, who have given him a repugnant past full of memories that are tarnished with their lack of concern, and indifference.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban shows us how Harry pushes his powers to test, debarring the rules that he is subjected to as a pupil. Harry has to deal with a new set of misadventures that unwind on their own, and Harry has no choice but to come out of it a winner. As Harry returns to the school he finds the guards of Azkaban prison doing rounds as a protective measure, as the most sinister prisoner of them all has broken out from the prison. Harry learns that the most dreaded prisoner had been a dear friend of his parents, and he is eager to find the truth behind the friendship. Harry is also made to realize that the prisoner might be after his life to avenge his time in prison.
Harry has begun his third year in school, and he has a lot of new and interesting things to learn and discover. Harry has to take a look inside to gauge his understanding of his own feelings and then act accordingly. The disturbances that Harry experiences around the guards of the Azkaban point towards a deeper mystery that Harry cannot shy away from, instead, go deeper into the roots.
The mystery in life of Harry Potter only deepens as the series progresses, and it has been a thrilling affair for the readers so far. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is a book on how Harry gets closer to uncover the truth of his parent's death and various other related events. The undoing of secrets one after another is brilliantly done, create wonderful gateways of experiences of Harry's trial. J. K. Rowling makes no attempt to disturb the balance of the book by adding new elements instead she aids the overall effect that the book casts. The author has created brilliant patterns for the characters to move through to bring an effect of the story on to readers' minds, retelling the genius of her story telling.
The author has worked really hard on her books and the consequential flow of the causal sequences into different corners of the plot light the whole, through parts. The life of Harry is interconnected with a million possibilities of both the good and evil. Harry has to rise to the occasion each and every time and has to reach an end of the grueling tunnel of hidden truths that possesses his peace of mind.
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