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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Book 5) Library Binding – 2003

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Product Details

  • Library Binding
  • Publisher: Scholastic (2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0439567610
  • ISBN-13: 978-0439567619
  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 16.1 x 5.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,107 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,176,113 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I thought that this book was positively amazing. Not only has Ms. Rowling continued to manage the complex wizarding world she has created in the last 4 books, but she has continued to make the emotions and lives of her characters real and down to earth. Creating an entire society with laws, governments, thousands of citizens, as well as dramatic events and problems, while managing to keep all the details straight cannot be easy. Also in this book you can truly see how the characters are growing and changing with the times. Harry's rage, while at first annoying and unwelcome, later shows the response of any humane person. He is worried about the safety of his friends, he is cut off from any useful information, he is put under enormous pressure in preparation for O.W.L.s, he is being called a liar, many beliefs and ideals he has clung to for support have recently been crushed, and much more. Perhaps it is just me but under those circumstances I'd be upset and full of rage too. I'm fifteen and a sophomore in high school and it took me about 15 hours to read the book (I'm somewhat sorry I read so fast). I firmly believe that while many of the decisions Ms. Rowling made in the writing of this book were widely unpopular (as is evident by many of these reviews), it was honest, realistic, and absolutely amazing. If anything had been changed or left out of the book I think that it would have lost much of the realism and brutal honesty we have come to expect for the wonderful world of Harry Potter.
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Love The Order of The Phoenix. JK Rowling just keeps getting better and better keeping us wanting more of the story. Harry Potter has become a part of our lives, our children's lives and will become a tradition and go-to series for families for generations to come. Thank you JK for sharing your wonderful story with us
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I received this novel with all of the pages nicely intact, however the cover was listed as The cover may have some limited signs of wear. Limited is an understatement. It is so badly sun faded that you can barely make out the title or the image. Luckily I have a spare dust jacket that I can cover it with.
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I loved the Potter series. It is worth reading even if you have seen the movies. It gives you more insight into the charaters and also includes thoughts, ideas and extras that were not in the movies.
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Why would an adult be interested in Harry Potter? Because J. K. Rowling is the best storyteller since Tolkien. Part of the reason is that like Tolkein, Rowling prepared her world prior to writing the books. The reported outline of the seven episodes allows her to develop richness in plot and character development with which other series cannot compare.
Order of the Phoenix is the best yet. The quality of the character development is superb. Her description of the frustration and anger of the adolescent Harry is outstanding. Hermione's development rivals Harry's in scope and her quip to Ron about his inability to fathom Cho's emotions probably is one of the more succinct descriptions of the differences between the sexes in existence. Ron's dealing with an increasingly complex relationship with his friends and his tenure at Hogwarts is well done.
Additionally, we are treated to a developing depth of prose. Rowling's description of the change from October to November is almost poetic.
Aside from a great imagination combined with a great storyteller's gift, Rowling is just fun to read.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Spoiler Alert if you have been off on a deserted island and have not seen the movies or read these books than don't read this post.
Rest in peace Serious Black. I shed a tear for this character and for Harry. My summer that went to Potter is going strong! I have to disagree that this books was too long, I believe that it had to be this long in order for us to see the change that Harry is going through.

He is no longer the little 11 year that we began with, he is older and darker, his connection with the dark lord is getting stronger and I think we need all the dialogue that this book stets up in order to show us how hard is to be Harry and NO I don't think he is whining. J.K. Rowling did a superb job with the Order of the Phoenix. I'm just sad that serious had to die
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Format: Hardcover
Harry is terribly upset with everyone – his godfather Sirius, Professor Dumbledore and especially his best friends Ron and Hermione. No one seems to be interested in getting in touch with him.

The fifth book is darker yet. It begins with Harry and his cousin Dudley coming across a couple of dementors very close to home. Harry just manages to save Dudley from having his soul sucked out. Harry’s uncle is terribly angry – not that he is able to do anything about it. That’s also when Harry finds out that Mundungus Fletcher has been keeping an eye on him on Dumbledore’s instructions.

Harry performs the patronus charm to drive away the dementors and the ministry of magic sends him a letter by owl post insisting that he would be expelled from Hogwarts for performing underage magic outside the school. After a while, he receives another owl post where Harry is ordered to present himself for a hearing at the ministry of magic.

A group of friendly wizards including Mad-eyed Moody, Lupin and Tonks come to Privet Drive and take Harry with them to No. 12 Grimmauld Place, which is the headquarters for the Order of Phoenix.

The Order of Phoenix is a group of wizards who have volunteered to work underground to overthrow Lord Voldemort.

Sirius Black is also a part of the order and so is Professor Snape, much to Harry’s shock. While he does not trust Snape, it looks like Dumbledore thinks differently.

There is the hearing at the ministry and then Harry receives instructions from Dumbledore to learn Occlumency from Professor Snape. All in all, Harry begins to hate life at school. Lord Voldemort seems to have a strong connection with Harry and the latter is able to read you-know-who’s thoughts and feel his emotions.
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