giovedì 18 febbraio 2016

13 Reasons "Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban" Is Obviously The Best

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It's time for us to have a serious discussion, Potterheads.

Harry Potter fans, we need to have a serious discussion about something.

Harry Potter fans, we need to have a serious discussion about something.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the best Harry Potter book of all time. ALL TIME.

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Firstly, while Philosopher's Stone and Chamber of Secrets are obviously great, they undeniably still feel like children's books.

Firstly, while Philosopher's Stone and Chamber of Secrets are obviously great, they undeniably still feel like children's books.

Which is fine, obviously. It's largely acknowledged that the tone of the Harry Potter series matures with its characters. But Prisoner of Azkaban is where it starts to ~really~ mature and get more complex.

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And it does it all without even a ~hint~ of the series' main antagonist.

And it does it all without even a ~hint~ of the series' main antagonist.

After the tragic loss of one of his Horcruxes at the end of the last book, Voldemort is laying low for a while. That means the major antagonist in Prisoner of Azkaban is Sirius, a man who not only turns out to be innocent, but also ends up being a father figure and confidante to Harry. And if that's not a major plot twist, I don't know what is.

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