J. K. Rowling
C/O Scholastic Inc.
New York NY 10012
Dear Mrs. J. Rowling,
I have read all four of your adventures, mystery series, Harry Potter. Most amazing out of
the four is, Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban. Through out the series I could not live to
put the book down and had to watch harry out wit every person who thwarted him. In effect his
enemies became more vengeful.
"Malfoy was furious about Buckbeak. He was convinced that Hagrid had found a way of
smuggling the hippogriff to safety, and seemed outraged that he and his father had been outwitted
by a gamekeeper."
That is what kept me reading. You kept putting Harry in to these near impossible
situations and through friend and phoenix, he always came out a better person. He stared with
learning that he had a stocker who was willing to take life away to kill Potter.
Of course we know
that this man was Lord Voldermort, darkest wizard of evil magic. then dealing with thorns in his
side by the names Professor Snape and Mr. Malfoy.
"'YOU'RE PATHETIC!" Harry yelled. "JUST BECAUSE THEY MADE A FOOL OF
YOU AT SCHOOL YOU WON'T EVEN LISTEN "
"SILENCE! I WILL NOT BE SPOKEN TO LIKE THAT!" Snape shrieked.'
Now in the beginning , end and through some early chapters you set the story in either the
Dursley, or Weasley's and harry is on his summer break.
" The Dursley family of number four, privet drive was the reason that Harry never injoyed
his summer holidays." "...Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon had hoped that if they kept Harry as
downtrodden as possible, they would be able to squash the magic out of him."
One of the things that you incorporated in to...