The Harry Potter Collection

The Harry Potter Collection Six years of magic adventure and mystery make this paperback collection the perfect gift for Harry Potter fans of all ages Follow Harry from his first days at Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wiza

  • Title: The Harry Potter Collection
  • Author: J.K. Rowling Mary GrandPré
  • ISBN: 9780439887458
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Paperback
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    Six years of magic, adventure, and mystery make this paperback collection the perfect gift for Harry Potter fans of all ages.Follow Harry from his first days at Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, through his many adventures with Hermione and Ron, to his confrontations with rival Draco Malfoy and the dreaded Professor Snape From a dangerous descent into the ChambSix years of magic, adventure, and mystery make this paperback collection the perfect gift for Harry Potter fans of all ages.Follow Harry from his first days at Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, through his many adventures with Hermione and Ron, to his confrontations with rival Draco Malfoy and the dreaded Professor Snape From a dangerous descent into the Chamber of Secrets to the Triwizard Tournament to the return of He Who Must Not Be Named, each adventure is riveting and exhilarating than its predecessor, and now all six books are available together for the first time in a

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    • Ida says:

      Re-reading Harry Potter for the first time this christmas, and I´m so excited!

    • Jen Holman says:

      I do not own this spiffy box set of Harry Potter books, but no way was I going to sit down and input all 6 of them!! When we were in the UK on our honeymoon in the spring of 2000, Harry Potter fever was just hitting its stride there. Not long after that the books found their way to Canada and I fell in love with this series right from the first book. Again (I'm a broken record) great characters and time-old literary themes, as well as just being a very enjoyable read. I haven't gone to see the m [...]

    • Stephen says:

      I loved these books. I never got into them at the same time the world went into its "Harry Potter Rage", but I couldn't help but give then a once over before I judged those people. They were right, in the end. The author gives us a parallel world where, once again, you can't help but hope it is as real as you or me. Set mostly in a school that, dare I say, every person who read the books wished their parents had sent them when they were little, the story seems to captivate with mysterious spells [...]

    • Henna Chumber says:

      Great books-(and number 7!) I would only say that the plot is very similar to The Lord of the Rings( the ring has to be destroyed, so do the horcruxes ), as are some of the characters:Gimli ----> hagridDumbledore ----> gandalfAnyway, they are excellent books, very inspirational. A new world has been created!

    • Brooks Prettyman says:

      Harry Potter is regarderd as one of the best and most influential pieces of fiction ever to be written. I have no choice but to agree. This series sparked my love for reading and fantasy, which I am every grateful for. A review of content and themes is completely unnecessary, as virtually the entire population of the United States of America is knowledgeable of that content. However, I will say one thing: if you do not read Harry Potter in your lifetime, then you have failed as a reader. I recom [...]

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    • Cynthia says:

      How good is this book? SO good I've read the whole series about 7 times! :) I love J.K. Rowling.

    • Norah says:

      I listened to all them as audiobooks! I was sorry I had waited so long to "read" them at all.

    • Jennifer Dater says:

      Absolutely loved this story and these characters. My favorite was Goblet of Fire.

    • 'dora' says:

      Harry potter is hero, he have a brain and self confident every thing that he done.I also go to the Movie for Harry Potter.

    • Dhiksha says:

      This book is god's gift to readers !!! i dont need to write a review about this book for ppl to know about its greatness OSING STATEMENT :HARRY POTTER ROX !!!!

    • erika adkins says:

      The book is the bomb

    • Rachel Dawson says:

      #5The Harry Potter Series fall under the fantasy genre, and follows a young Mr. Harry Potter through the ages of 11-18 as he attempts to defeat Voldemort, the dark lord, and save both the wizarding and muggle world.I cannot remember when I first read the series, but I do remember when I stood in line with my older sister at a book store in order to purchase a copy of the last book in the series. This book meant so much to my childhood, and kept me up late at night, hiding underneath my blanket f [...]

    • Malbadeen says:

      Thanks to Sarah I now know what all the hype is about. I too understand Harry's struggles, his joys, his fears, his fits of courage and his moments of angst. What I still don't get is who the hell cares? But I would like some credit for giving this a second shot (1st attempt only got me about 1/8 of the way through the audio version, 2nd attempt got me through, what like 6 books? - true it was only being condensed and re-told for the purposes of understanding the movie but still I feel as though [...]


      i dont own this set of HP series i have a pdf in my phone which i happen to get from my friend one day i don't know what happened out of nowhere he took my phone send all 7 pdfs in my phone.And the very next day i started readingo i wasnt gonna read it before coz i thought whats the point in reading if you already seen the MOVIE but then again i thought i have done the same with ANGELS and DEMONS and THE VINCI CODE i meant i read these after watching movies and i was quite enjoyed reading them I [...]

    • Wayv says:

      The world of Harry Potter is filled with things that just don't add up, at some point this floating pile just starts degrading the creative merits and prevents any further enhancement of the reader's world perception. I'm not talking about credibility, obviously, but the painfully failing synergy between the fantastic elements. The force that keeps together the discworld or the forgotten realms is simply absent here. It's apparent that the base premises struggle to support the scale to which thi [...]

    • Karen says:

      I think all the Harry Potter books are wonderful. The love between friends, adopted family. The strength, yet weaknesses of the characters are believable. I love them all so much. I wish I were part of the Weasley family. I have read each one at least twice if not more. I learned about good vs evil, which I already knew about but you know what I mean. Standing up for what you believe in no matter what. Just because someone is different than you doesn't mean that they aren't special too. That peo [...]

    • AJ Griffin says:

      I think I'm finally at the age where I feel a bit weird about Harry Potter, but aren't we all? It's hard to write a 7-book series of gigantic epics about a teenage wizard and keep your fanbase at the same age.But whatever. I doubt anyone who's read the first six books is going to ignore the last one and let some dickwad on the 6 o'clock news tell them how it ends. Will Harry die? I dunno. Is Snape really evil? I doubt it. Is Dumbledore really, truly dead? Shit no. But maybe now that all the char [...]

    • Nicole says:

      OKobably almost pointless to put a review of the Harry Potter books out herebut nonetheless.If you haven't read these books yet, you should. I would say these are going to be one of the biggest pop culture icons of this part of the century. What Star Wars was to those of us growing up in the 80s - Harry Potter is to those growing up in the 2000s.The books are quite cleverly written. The writing is surprisingly good, with lots of little puns within professor names and such. They're long - but ver [...]

    • Toby McMillen says:

      I remained skeptical & snobbish about this series for quite awhile, until my son wanted me to read the first book to him. It hooked me, & I am now quite sad that the series is done. But I'm glad the author went out on a high note. Highlights: The Sorcerer's Stone, The Prisoner of Azkaban, & the Deathly Hallows were the best; 5 stars for those. I probably enjoyed the Order of the Phoenix the least. All, by the way, far outstrip their respective movies, but I must admit that when I rea [...]

    • emily says:

      i love all of these books, my favorite is #4. i love the character development in each book, especially how rowling pin points the emotions of a child moving from childhood into their teenage years. i first read them because my students LOVED them and i wanted to use the literature in my teaching, but now i'm on my second time throught the series. i love them more this time around than the first.

    • Tiamoyo says:

      So, I decided I should finally know about this Harry Potter thing that the rest of the world read/saw years ago! Some nights it kept me up and others I just felt compelled to keep reading so I could finally get the whole story arc. I'm still not a fantasy fan in general but I did like reading the booksI've even started the movies down, 6 to go?

    • Lori says:

      The best series I have ever read.

    • Shanna says:

      Though it's become quite a "scene" thing to read, or to not read, it's beautifully written and original. I cannot wait for the last installment.

    • Emme_21 says:

      Classics, everyone, of all ages, should read these books

    • Marie says:

      *Spoiler free*Harry Potter is the best of the best. I find myself comparing every single book I read to Harry Potter, and everything else pales in comparison. I'm sure every other review talks about how the plot/story is an intricate web, and how there's a beautiful interconnectedness between everything (which is true), but something that really stands out to me is that at the beginning of the series we start with peace. We seem to be in a renaissance period where every other book starts in chao [...]

    • Sam says:

      As a kid the Harry Potter books were my life. As you get older though and really start to look at the books, and more specifically what they're saying? Well it's not good. JK over the years has attempted to add to the Universe, but there is no point telling readers years later that Dumbledore was gay when this isn't touched on at all in the books. Ron is written as a gormless idiot. The Harry/Ginny pairing was to an extent unnecessary, but I can see their appeal. Ron/Hermoine on the other hand I [...]

    • Zarena Sita says:

      Fantastic books that are so thrilling. When I was younger, I wrote this series off as a children's series, not relevant for an adult but I read them anyway and boy do I regret not having done so sooner. It really is a series relatable across all generations and demographics. Non-stop thriller through and through. Great character development for even the ancillary characters. Incredibly well done.

    • Lily Walker says:

      A great children's fantasy series! I read it well before the world wide Potter craze and I liked it a lot. I probably would not have liked it as much post craze as I do not really like hyped books and i would rather find my own obscure reads to enjoy. But I've always loved ya/children's fantasy and I liked the quirky and vivid characters, magic and fantasy elements - especially the creatures! Any book with dragons and unicorns will always hold a special place in my heart.

    • Reba Hoaster says:

      I loved every single Harry Potter book every time 2or3 times I read them! I think it is best if you spread out reading them all instead of reading them quickly over the summer or in another few months. I spread it out over 6 months because I didn't want the series to end! This series is a MUST read! 😀 📖📚📙📘📗📕📑📒

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