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The greatest life lesson this book can teach it’s reader is to not judge someone by what other people think of them actually get to know them. They might might not be as bad as you thought. The walls are creaking. it’s dark. the man who lies on the floor looks hollow in the face. The heavy breathing of everyone clangs together creating a roar in their ears. That is one of my favorite parts from the book because the words J.K Rowling uses are so dramatic. You are able to picture everything in your head. I was scared for Harry, Ron and Hermione myself, maybe even more scared then they were. This scene was so intense I was breathing as hard as Harry himself. Another great example of J.K Rowling’s amazing use of descriptive words is when Hagrid found out the Ministry planned to possibly hurt Buckbeak. How J.K Rowling describes his sadness, I can almost see his teary eyes. Although I would recommend this book to anyone, fantasy readers will love the magic and the spells. Mystery lovers will adore the secrets and road to discovery. Almost any avid reader will love this book and the rest of the series, so hurry, jump and run to the nearest library. Harry is waiting.