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  • Unlike her previous novels about the legendary boy wizard, J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is not so much an adventure or mystery as it is a story of discovery.

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  • Rowling's second novel in the series is a sturdy link in the chain connecting past and present events to Harry's future and will inspire the child in everyone to dream of a world full of heroes and magic.

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  • Harry and his readers are delivered information that is essential for establishing the lines that Rowling has so carefully plotted.

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  • Rowling's style carries over from the previous novels and creates a comfort zone in which the reader can curl up with the familiarity of Harry's world.

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  • Much more emotionally complex than the past novels, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban marks another tick in the time line that Rowling has so skillfully plotted.

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  • Building upon a solid foundation, Rowling establishes a ground floor for the workings of her story with the addition of four characters.

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  • Drawing a line between the innocence of childhood and the angst-ridden teenage years before adulthood, Rowling's third novel gives the reader a "play time is over" feeling throughout.

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  • Screaming around the loop of the roller coaster that is J.K. Rowling's series, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix plunges into the dark tunnel that will lead the readers to the next incline.

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  • Taking her story to the next level of development, Rowling heightens the flames of the fire that is burning under her cauldren, adding carefully the ingredients to produce a very powerful potion.

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  • As with all of her novels thus far, J.K. Rowling maintains a light-hearted humor in her defined and well versed style.

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  • Though her story of Harry Potter is continuously rising in intensity, Rowling's style of telling her tales stays on the same, straight line.

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  • When all is said and done and the words "the end" enter her mind, Rowling has left a trail of constellations between the covers of her novels.

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  • Order of the Phoenix is the squinting eyes of the series, peering in for a closer look at Harry's dark side and is another brilliant example of Rowling's keen eye for characterization.

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  • Rowling's ups the ante, though, knitting in this army of new characters, but her wager is not a bluff and the cards she shows in Order of the Phoenix back up her gamble.

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  • Trips into the Ministry of Magic, a wizard hospital, and the Order's headquarters are added to Rowling's arsenal of locations and secrets haunt the halls in every shadow.

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  • The pairing of Rowling with artist Mary GrandPré has provided the Harry Potter series with a collection of whimsical and unique artwork.

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  • As another tick in the time line is added to the life of Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling begins the task of linking the elements of her previous novels to bring about the conclusion to her story.

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  • In her much-anticipated sixth book, Rowling holds fast to the idea that if it isn't broke - don't fix it.

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  • Dropping hints in all the appropriate places, Rowling continues to pull out all the stops, creating an intense introduction to the conclusion to her series.

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  • With the introduction of only one new influence, Rowling allows her well-established characters room to flourish on the page.

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  • While Rowling continues to decorate her settings, she leaves much to the imagination, banking on the fact that anyone who is reading this book has read her previous novels.

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  • With a firm grip on Rowling's world, her illustrations carry a torch down the path the author has beaten out of the bush, illuminating the forest and casting a beam of light for readers to follow into each chapter.

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  • Despite the obvious twists, Half Blood Prince delivers a shocking blow to the fate of Harry Potter and Rowling's conclusion to his story in book seven will no doubt be a fierce battle between good and evil.

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  • Brilliant casting choices make the vision of J.K. Rowling's story truly come alive on screen.

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  • Hungry for more magical action and the thrill of seeing their favorite boy wizard come alive on screen, fans of J.K. Rowling's best-selling novels made this film a blockbuster during the 2002 holiday season.

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  • The story of Harry Potter is an intricately woven tapestry, carefully planned and brilliantly executed on the pages of J.K. Rowling's novels.

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  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was released in the UK and Europe as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, J.K. Rowling's original title.

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  • It could even be argued that books such as J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series are actually science fiction, because the rules of magic are scientifically taught and rigorously adhered to.

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  • K. Rowling, wrote seven books to complete the series, there will be eight films covering the same time line.

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  • K. Rowling revealed that she believes that Dumbledore is gay.

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  • Rowling originally planned for Ron's dad, Arthur Weasley, to die in the fifth book, but reconsidered when she realized she wanted to keep Ron's youthful humor intact till the end of the series.

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  • K. Rowling's website will reveal some interesting tidbits you probably didn't know.

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  • For nearly a decade, the question "who dies in the new Harry Potter book?" troubled fans of the boy wizard created by J.K. Rowling.

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  • The Harry Potter phenomenon started in 1997 in the United Kingdom with the release of J.K. Rowling's first book.

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  • K. Rowling's first book was released in June, 1997, in the UK, under the title Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

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  • Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling - Characters refer to "Merlin's Beard" as their exclamation.

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  • Chamber of Secrets can be seen as the first of Rowling's attempts to create a consistent, coherent mythos for Harry Potter.

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  • Is the astrological symbolism in J K Rowling's Harry Potter books, conscious, unconscious or random?

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  • Is the astrological symbolism in J K Rowling 's Harry Potter books, conscious, unconscious or random?

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  • Joanne Rowling is credited with making children eager to read, thanks to the popularity of her Harry Potter series.

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  • Rowling, born in 1965, began writing the series longhand in a coffee shop and typing it on a manual typewriter.

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  • The film Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was an adaptation of the first book in J.K. Rowling's series about a young wizard.

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  • Well-known Brits around the world include J.K. Rowling, Naomi Campbell, Rod Stewart, Catherine Zeta-Jones, David Tennant, Daniel Radcliffe, Jason Stathem and Academy Award winner Colin Firth to name a few.

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  • Rowling's celebrity is immeasurable as is her gift to young readers around the world.

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  • The Harry Potter series of books by J.K. Rowling is one of the most phenomenally successful children's book series of all time, having been translated into 65 languages and sold more than 325 million copies worldwide.

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  • Entertainment Inc. to ensure that the new theme park remains true to the vision fans are familiar with through J.K. Rowling's books and the popular big screen blockbusters.

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  • Rowling herself has seen the plans for the park and expressed excitement for them, and Academy Award winning production designer Stuart Craig, who has worked on all the feature movies, is leading the creative team to bring the park to life.

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  • K. Rowling introduced the world to a young boy named Harry Potter.

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  • J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, worked as an EFL teacher at a private school in Portugal while writing her first book.

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  • Sherman-Palladino claimed to have written the final scene of the Gilmore Girls many years before, much as J.K. Rowling wrote the final chapter of the Harry Potter series long before arriving at the final book.

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  • J.K. Rowling has achieved a feat of strength in the creation of this novel because as much as she has given to the book, this story of Harry Potter is only the handle of a very intricately crafted wand.

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  • Alleviating the intensity, but not overpowering the sense of danger, Rowling pokes fun when it is appropriate and maintains light heartedness until the last word.

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  • As this is the first Harry Potter novel, it is essential that the essence of each player in the story make an impact on the reader and Rowling does not fail to deliver a full cast of irresistible characters.

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  • Because the nature of Rowling's characters are so true to life it is no difficult task to imagine them in their surroundings.

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  • The artist's unique style on the canvas is perfectly matched to Rowling's voice on the page and GrandPré's work smiles even when it has fangs.

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  • Another best-seller from author J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is an additional testament to the fact that some children's books will trigger the imaginations of adults as well.

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  • Though danger is afoot, Rowling never fails to deliver to the reader a sense of humor and hope for the future.

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  • The new teacher on campus, Gilderoy Lockhart is an excellent example of Rowling's ability to execute her ideas onto the page.

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  • New places on the grounds and within the castle of Hogwarts are visited, giving readers more of a glimpse into nature of some Rowling's characters.

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  • Without faltering, GrandPré has again achieved excellence with her artistry and compliments Rowling's words with charming illustrations to provoke the imagination.

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