Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
This book report is on the book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, by J.K. Rowling. I would highly recommend this book to any reader, of any age. It is exciting, intriguing, and action-packed, and never ceases to entertain. The book is based on a character named Harry, who is an abused 11 year-old child whose parents supposedly died in a car crash. After this tragic event, he is sent to live with his aunt and uncle, who treat him unfairly by making him doing all the work and half-starving him. Once his eleventh birthday hits, he starts receiving frequent letters coming from a place called Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Angered by the futile attempts, the family moves to a desolate island located in the midle of nowhere. On one stormy night, a giant named Hagrid comes into the house and tells Harry mysterious things about his origin and his parents.
Most suprising of all, he tells Harry that he is a wizard, and he is sent to Hogwarts to learn the art of magic. There he meets friends, enemies, and meets a couple creatures he wished he would have never encountered. This book is only the first in a franchise that is dearly loved by many people. It is a book that should not be missed, by anyone.