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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Hardcoverpages. Published May by Arthur first published July 2nd To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [when Basilisk was trying to attack Harry why couldn’t he ask him to stop in parseltongue?? Voldemort was the heir of slytherin and his part of soul was inside Harry so harry could speak in parseltongue and so he could hear the voice of Basilick so if he could hear and speak parseltongue and indirestly he was the heir of slytherine too so why couldn’nt he control basilisk??
The Basilisk, Slytherin’s snake, was killed by …more You point is definitely valid, but it lacks in symbolism in comparison with Rowling’s plot. The Basilisk, Slytherin’s snake, was killed by Gryffindor’s sword. Only the heir of Slytherin can control the snake. Only a true Gryffindor can pull Godric’s sword out of the sorting hat. I think it was important that Harry Potter defeated the basilisk as a Gryffindor his own soulrather than a Slytherin the fragment of Voldemort’s soul in him.
Furthermore, even though Harry Potter and the diary were both Horcruxes in other words, had fragments of the heir’s soulthe latter was created by choice when Riddle’s soul was still intact, whereas the horcrux in Harry was created by accident, beacause Voldemort’s crippled soul was too unstable. Moreover, out of all the inanimate horcuxes, the diary was the one that seemed to have more complex thought and it was the only one that communicated with people like an actual human being the other horcruxes tried to deceive or corrupt by sounds or visions, while the diary held actual dialogues.
So one might think that the diary was a more powerful horcrux, or that it had a larger or more stable fragment of Vordemort’s soul, therefore even if Harry tried to stop him in parseltongue, Tom Riddle’s “phantom” might have a better chance of controlling the snake.
Finally, I agree with an answer that I read, that the diary was an inanimate object and a pure vessel of Tom’s soul, as opposed to the other horcrux which coexisted with Harry’s soul. The entirety of the diary consists in Voldemort’s soul. Harry Potter is a living person with feelings and thought of his own -a true Gryffindor, as the sword proved. How does Professor Binns check their homework? Can he pick it up? Mariya Joseph He doesn’t pick it up or anything he sort of some how flips the books and parchment to look at it or turns it without touching it.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. A bit bland at times, with less wonder and discovery than before, but finishes well with a more satisfying conclusion. View all 17 comments. Quick thoughts on the things that stood out to me: Wow, the Dursleys were even more loathsome in this book than the first. I love the Weasleys even more than I already did.
I am so glad my mother never sent me a Howler.
I thought Dobby was annoying in camerq movie which I saw when it came out over a decade ago, not having read the book but I thought he was pitter in the book. In fact, we rewatched the movie last night, and not only was it as hagry as I remember it, it’s just a shit adaptation of this book. I thought it was delightful that view spoiler [the flying car went into the Forbidden Forest and went feral hide spoiler ]. Tom Riddle’s diary was really, really awesome. The entire idea and execution were fantastic.
I loved it when Dumbledore told Harry, “It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities. My minor complaints zecretelor a little nitpicky, and I srcretelor that if I’m going to suspend disbelief to accept that wizards are real, I should be able to accept that hagry spoiler [none of the adults at Hogwarts would look in Hermione’s fist to see the paper that Harry and Ron found after she was Petrified hide spoiler ] and view spoiler [Fawkes somehow just found his way into the Chamber of Secrets hide spoiler ]but I’m an adult and if I’d read this as a kid I wouldn’t have cared for a single moment.
View all 33 comments. In my fingers and my toes. Gilderoy Lockhart is a prat and I hate him. It’s creepy and gross.
The trouble Harry and Ron get Mr. Weasley into stresses me out. I don’t like snakes. Dobby needs to calm the eff down: This is Harry Potter we’re talking about, so there’s also plenty of awesomeness: Dwarves dressed as cupids, delivering singing valentines.
Ford Anglia in the wilds of the Forbidden Forest. My other reviews for this series: When everyone first read and loved Harry Potter I ignored it. Not for any particular reason but about 10 years ago I didn’t think I would be into it.
Fast forward a decade and I’m now working my way through what I can say already is a children’s classic fantasy series that is up there with The Wizard of Oz and The Chronicles of Narnia.
Harry’s existence with his Muggle uncle and auntie is as horrible as ever and he can’t wait to get back to Hogwarts after speaking to a mini-elf masochist who ess When everyone first read and loved Harry Potter I ignored it.
Harry’s existence with his Muggle uncle and auntie is as horrible as ever and he can’t ptoter to get back to Hogwarts after speaking to a mini-elf masochist who essentially predicts his doom and travelling in an awesome magic-infused flying car. Upon returning to Hogwarts it’s similar to before, Quidditch lessons, Malfoy being a bit of a tosser, Hermainie loving studying, and the wizarding threesome getting into all sorts of nonsensical antics.
A new tutor is introduced this time, Professor Lockhart and I thought he was brilliant mainly due secretwlor how awful he was with his tall-tales and celebrity status! This narrative is brimming with ghosts, boys and girls who adore Harry, spiders, and Professor Sprout.
The characters are canera brilliant and I can easily understand why this is adored globally.
Harry Potter și camera secretelor
I didn’t need the continuous info-dumps that reminded me what happened in book one but apart from that there cmera really anything negative to say. The ending was surprising with a cool twist, a magic hat, a phoenix, a sword, a diary, and a giant snake. I hope you don’t tell me off for these spoilers as I’m sure I’m the only fantasy book reviewer who hasn’t read these yet.
I’m potteer the adventure so far. These books are what I go to for now when I want no-nonsense, uncomplex awesomeness.
View all 7 comments. You secrtelor how sometimes when you read the first in a series and it turns out so much better than you originally caemra, it makes you a little apprehensive when starting the sequel? Well, I felt that way before starting this, but I can definitely say that Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is another fabulous installment in the rightfully beloved Harry Potter series!
And while I will admit to not loving it quite as much as its predecessor, I still enjoyed it a great deal. I think the reason for my not liking it as much can be mostly credited to the introduction of a new character, Professor Lockhart. Lockhart is an annoyingly pretentious wizard who is completely full of himself, and the majority of his teachings were based on his own life and his supposed brushes with death that he escaped only because of his “heroism” and great knowledge of the magic hharry.
But HP II undoubtedly still has plenty of hilarious moments and magical wonders – not to mention the lovely cast of characters – to more than sedretelor for this particular installment’s slightly lacking plot. Hence the five stars.
Rowling, very clever indeed. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone View all 40 comments. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, J. Rowling, and the second novel in the Harry Potter series. The plot follows Harry’s second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, during which a series of messages on the walls of the school’s corridors warn that the “Chamber of Secrets” has been opened and that the “heir of Slytherin” would kill all pupils who do not come from all-magical f Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, J.
The plot follows Harry’s potger year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, secretelr which a series of messages on the walls of the school’s corridors warn that the “Chamber of Secrets” has been opened and that the “heir of Slytherin” would kill all pupils who do not come from all-magical families. These threats are found after attacks which leave residents of the cameea “petrified” frozen like stone. Throughout the year, Harry and his friends Ron and Hermione investigate the attacks.
This is the worst book in the Harry Potter series. secrftelor
The magic is alive and the storytelling is extraordinary, but here are three reasons why this could never be five stars in my estimation like the rest: The man is ridiculous to the point of revolting.
The flying car bits were just stupid. More people wo This is the worst book in the Harry Potter series. More people would have seen it. Nobody in the school gets Ron a new wand and they let him run around the school casting dangerous spells. The first one is a genuine reason and the last two mere petty grievances. There was also something a little off about this book. From here though, it only got better! View all 28 comments. Harry goes back to his old home for summer and spends time with his ugly family, The Dursleys.
They are no different then they were before but in fact are even more rude. As Harry thinks about going back to Hogwarts, a new and ugly creature appears in Harry’s bedroom as Harry returns upstairs. His name is Dobby and he is known as a house-elf, one that is treated badly.