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Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) ePub download

by Mary Grandpre,J. K. Rowling

  • Author: Mary Grandpre,J. K. Rowling
  • ISBN: 0613999169
  • ISBN13: 978-0613999168
  • ePub: 1298 kb | FB2: 1310 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: Turtleback Books; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (September 1, 2004)
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) ePub download

School & Library Binding: 896 pages.

School & Library Binding: 896 pages. Not because it's bad (as if), or because it is dark (it is, but there is plenty of mirth interspersed with the darkness), but because Harry is subjected to unrelenting injustice on all fronts and the sympathetic reader (me), will, literally, ache for him.

Harry, think about this,' said Hermione, taking a step towards him, 'it's five o'clock in the afternoon. the Ministry of Magic must be full of workers. how would Voldemort and Sirius have got in without being seen? Harry. they're probably the two most wanted wizards in the world. you think they could get into a building full of Aurors undetected?'

What?' said Harry and Ron together. For answer she spread the newspaper on the table in front of them and pointed at ten black-and-white photographs that filled the whole of the front page, nine showing wizards' faces and the tenth, a witch's.

What?' said Harry and Ron together. Some of the people in the photographs were silently jeering; others were tapping their fingers on the frame of their pictures, looking insolent. Each picture was captioned with a name and the crime for which the person had been sent to Azkaban. Antonin Dolohov, read the legend beneath a wizard with a long, pale, twisted face who was.

School & Library Binding: 320 pages. We're introduced to the rest of the trio, Hermione and Ron in Hogwarts

School & Library Binding: 320 pages. We're introduced to the rest of the trio, Hermione and Ron in Hogwarts. Rowling takes us through Harry's struggles at being an orphan, a newly wizard, and famous for surviving a curse by the darkest wizard of all times; it easily keeps you hooked!

Harry Potter and the . .Library Binding, 870 pages.

Harry Potter and the . Published August 10th 2004 by Turtleback Books (first published June 21st 2003). 0606305769 (ISBN13: 9780606305761). okay so can anyone tell me how old a child should be to read this book?

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School Library Journal" (August 2003). All of the Harry Potter books are 5-star. As Harry ages, the overall theme of each book keeps pace. Thus, Book 5 finds Harry dealing with many adult issues while struggling with teenage angst.

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7. Ron Weasley will become the new Gryffindor Keeper (Oliver Wood, team captain and former Keeper, graduated in book four). Proceeds went to Book Aid International. 10. According to the publisher, Harry has frightening dreams of "a single door in a silent corridor.

Harry Potter's appearance did not endear him to the neighbours, who were the sort of people who thought scruffiness ought to be punishable by law, but as he had hidden himself behind a large hydrangea bush this evening he was quite invisible to passers-by

Harry Potter's appearance did not endear him to the neighbours, who were the sort of people who thought scruffiness ought to be punishable by law, but as he had hidden himself behind a large hydrangea bush this evening he was quite invisible to passers-by. In fact, the only way he would be spotted was if his Uncle Vernon or Aunt Petunia stuck their heads out of the living-room window and looked straight down into the flowerbed below.

re thought behind the Harry Potter series is that the books are maturing alongside the characters. Also, obviously, the entire world realizes that the adolescent years can get pretty angsty, to some degree self-included, and hard to be around.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. In his fifth year at Hogwart's, 15-year-old Harry faces challenges at every turn, from the dark threat of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named to the rise of Ron Weasley as the keeper of the Gryffindor Quidditch Team.
INwhite
All of the Harry Potter books are 5-star. They are so good that they make it difficult to review other books. It's almost impossible to give any other book 5 stars when compared to this series.
In relation to the rest of the series, The Order of the Phoenix is one of the best and most important books. If you have read the first four books and are reading reviews to see whether you should continue, you should. If you are wondering whether you can read this book without having read the first four, I don't recommend it.
Yanthyr
I am rereading the Harry Potter series, and once again experiencing the fun of visiting Hogwarts as well as all the characters in the wizarding world. Order of the Phoenix follows in the footsteps of Goblet of Fire, where the series took a sharp turn and headed down a darker path. As Harry ages, the overall theme of each book keeps pace. Thus, Book 5 finds Harry dealing with many adult issues while struggling with teenage angst.

Ms. Rohlwing continues to add to her large cast of characters, perhaps introducing one of the most evil villains of the entire series in Dolores Umbridge. This is saying a lot, as there are plenty of fiends and devils willing to serve the Dark Lord. Perhaps it is because many of us can remember that one teacher in our own life who seemed to do everything in his or her power to inject misery into our lives. Those teachers (wrongly accused or not) live on in Umbridge.

Like all of Ms. Rohlwing’s books, this one is captivating, exciting, and almost impossible to set down. Five stars.
Wrathshaper
It's hard to write a review for a book in a series that you've read more times than you can remember, and seen the movie more times than you could count. From that statement alone it should be obvious that I'm a big fan of the Harry Potter series. Do I write my review based upon my first time reading it, or the everlasting impression this book has left me with? I think that fact that this book has made me think and ponder certain ideas over the years, I think the everlasting impression should be the topic of my review.

After encountering Dolores Umbridge, I was left pondering the question "What is evil?" Voldemort is obviously the Villian of the series, however I feel Umbridge is a much more sinister and evil Villian than even Voldemort. Voldemort's actions and evil deeds are really very simple to understand. What motivates him is power and greed and he is willing to go to any lengths to achieve those goals. While evil in itself, his motives and actions are very straight forward and easy to understand. It is easy to see Voldemort for the evil that he is, which therefore keeps him in hiding only surrounded by his Death Eaters. Dolores Umbridge is a very different type of evil. Dolores Umbridge is the type of evil that we, the muggles that we are, encounter on a daily basis. They are the people who enjoy the hurt, pain, chaos and distrust they cause through their manipulations and lies. The enjoy the devastation they cause in their wake. The fact that she can create the heartache she relishes so much with a false smile, sweet sanguine falsetto, and splashes of whimsy to give the impression of naïveté and an innocent childlike behavior which puts one off initially of comprehending the true evil she inflicts to hide the monster she is, and the fact that through these false tactics she has risen to a position of power to inflict heartache unto others, shows she is a master at hiding her true psychopathic personality. This sick personality trait is shown most clearly when she makes Harry write lines in detention. She knows Harry is telling the truth, yet she lies and manipulates him until she is in a position of power directly over him in detention at which point she not only continues her lies causing mental anguish to Harry, she continues her evil machinations by causing him physical pain by forcing him to use her quill which scratches and ultimately scars Harry for the rest of his life. Umbridge enjoys Harry's suffering. She even inspects his hand at the end of each detention to make sure he is being cut and that his hand is bleeding and then in a well satisfied way compliments Harry on completing his detention. Her only praise is when Harry does something to cause hurt and pain and twists what he knows is the truth into something false. This is standard textbook psychopathic behavior in domestic abusers.

The fact that Doloros Umbridge can navigate society in such a way as to gain a position if importance in the Minisrptry of Magic and flourish in normal wizarding society while hiding her insidious psychopathic tendencies leaves her in an excellent position of power to inflict hurt to others. Her brand if evil is subtle and is not so obvious at a first glance which gives her the ability to "blend in" with others and yet she victimizes many in her wake, as she navigates through life. In Voldemort's case, his brand of evil is so obvious to everyone that he is an outcast of the wizarding community, which ultimately lessens the number of his potential victims to those simply standing in his way of power, while in Umbridge's case her victim pool is limitless die to her access to the community and all those she comes across.

So here is the moral question I have pondered for many years since reading this book for the first time. "Which Behavior Is More Evil?" Personally, I feel Dolores Umbridge is the much more evil of the two characters based upon the reasons given in the prior paragraph. Whether you agree or disagree with me is not the point. The point is to make you think and ponder for yourself. The fact that this book makes you think long after you've turned the last page, is a mark of literacy success. Whiter you've read Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix once, or a hundred times, it is always a great novel to read again and again, and question what constitutes as evil.
Darkshaper
I would suggest this read to anyone who loves fantasy or Adventure. This book is only one of the incredible book series and worth the read for all ages. Although it is quite lengthy the content will keep you captivated throughout the entirety of the novel.

But digital download was a great option because I was able to have the book downloaded at the touch of a fingertip and within only a couple of seconds before I was reading. I am also the type of reader who always forgets to bring my book with me, so with the digital download I don't have to worry about leaving anything behind.
Xcorn
Okay as always great book by J. K. Rowling. But this particular copy or print if you will is substandard. Swear it's like holding a copy of the bible. No joke the paper is horribly thin. Like bible paper. I bought each book and this was the only copy with this horribly thin, see though paper. To top it off the cover is not properly cut. Close the book and you see paper over the cover. Just a bad print in all. Would not recommend.
Kaghma
I started reading this series to my 9-year-old son to see if I could interest him in chapter books. He loved the books instantly, but I will admit that the first few books were a bit too young for me.
This book and the last (Goblet of Fire) have been really engaging and I looked forward to our reading sessions, which are sometimes as long as 3-4 hours, if we have the time. That's a long time to read aloud and I was very surprised that my rather kinetic, athletic boy kept begging for "one more chapter!"
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