The 30 Day Book Challenge! – Day 4 – Favourite Book Of Your Favourite Series

Welcome to a brand new feature that is going to run for this month – this April we are going to celebrate the world of Books! The last few weeks and months we have all been part of a weird world to say the least so this month we thought it would be nice to talk about something that allows you to escape even if it just for a chapter at a time. So this month we are taking on the 30 Day Book Challenge and looking at a different topic each day, enjoy!

30 day book challenge

Day 4 – Favourite Book Of Your Favourite Series
NAME OF BOOK SERIES: Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban, J.K Rowling

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As soon as I saw this as a subject I knew exactly what Harry Potter was going to win by a long shot and that was the third book. I remember from the first time I read that story it blew my mind, it changed everything that Harry Potter series was and really opened up the doors to the next part of the story.

The Prisoner of Azkaban is a fantastic story with lots of great characters and the introduction of a lot of iconic things in the wizarding world such as the Marauders Map, Hogsmeade, Butter Beer, Dementors, Azkaban and Professor Lupin. I remember the first time I read it that the twists and turns fascinated me so much and as a kid blew my mind!

Like I said in yesterdays article, i re-read the whole series back in 2018 and this book still lived up to the way I felt about it all those years ago and it makes me angry reading it just to as how much the film version ruins this book. It makes me so angry that people that do not read books have only seen it at a poor and atrocious way that the films depict it when the books are so much more.

The thrill of wanting to read the next chapter, the cliff hangers that the book hangs on all the time, it is a thrill ride of a book and it is so well written. If you only read the first two books to read this book, do it, the writing is in a league of it’s own and really sets the path for the rest that follow.  Writing about this book makes me want to read it all over again.

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