Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone book review

Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone. 

Okay, so at first I thought, “Why are people always so hyped up on Harry Potter. Why do they keep saying it’s the best book they have ever read.” And believe me, I was quite jealous of Ma’am J.K.Rowling for being such a great author.

However, I managed to command my mind to at least start reading it. If you don’t like it then stop reading but don’t get to conclusions if you haven’t read it yet. So then, I opened the pdf (Since I’m a little broke to buy books at the time) and began reading. 

Trust me when I say, people were right. I was hooked right from the first line. Each word, each paragraph was so interesting and ugh, I finished the book in a week or so. 

Right from the beginning, I had fallen in love with Harry Potter. His thoughts, his emotions all got to me so smoothly. The author’s words had possessed me. She made me enter the world I became so fond of. Only a few chosen authors can make us feel like we are right in front of Albus Dumbledore and the frustration that we can’t do anything to beat the hell out of Draco Malfoy. 

I have to say, J.K.Rowling isn’t just called the Queen/God of writing for nothing. Hats off to her. She gave me inspiration and motivation and she has become my shining example. 

I suggest everyone who still hasn’t read Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone, who have the same thinking as me to stop reading this blog, buy that book and open it. 

Well, you gotta come back and like and share and follow my blog but first, read it and tell me your very first thoughts after completing the book. 

Thank you for reading.

This was your Writer next door.

Aaliyah! 

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