Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix.
“We have all got both light and dark inside of us. What matters is the part we chose to act on. That’s who we really are.”
Lord Voldemort was always aware about his power and he used it to discard him hatred to the world for more power. Harry might not be aware but even growing up so harshly he still chose to be the better one. Our choices define us and we only get along with people who share similar views and opinions. One who seems good to us might be bad in somebody else’s eyes. But in the end, whatsoever we give to the world comes right back to us.
This book is the longest part and has a full pack of love, hate, anger, loss and excitement that has been carefully underlined. This book was an emotional roller coater for me and therefore it the most favorite book in all the series of Harry Potter.
During his stay in privet drive Harry finds out that Dumbledore had kept a watch upon him. This makes him mad as he feels like everybody is avoiding him and hiding information that he ought to know. Some witch and wizard come for his rescue and take him to the headquarters’ of the Order of Phoenix. This secret society was solely made to fight against Lord Voldemort. New characters and new words are invented here, which basically wasn’t in the book before. The relation between Sirius and Harry is so beautiful. There are new members in Weasleys’ family and Kreacher; an old elf is here too.
Dumbledore keeps avoiding Harry and his absence in school creates havoc in the school when Umbridge, member of Minister of Magic takes over the school. Harry starts his own society and is sharpening them for the upcoming battle between good and bad.
Written by Mayush
Ratings: * * * * *