Harry Potter returns to Hogwarts for his fifth year at the school, but it is a changed world that he comes to, for the Dark Lord has returned and he has yet to make his move. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the fifth part of J. K. Rowling’s bestselling Harry Potter series of fantasy novels. Summary of the Book The world doesn’t make sense anymore. The Dark Lord, He Who Must Not Be Named, returned to power a few weeks ago. So why are the issues of the Daily Prophet covered with ordinary stories? Why is there no mention of Voldemort’s return, let alone no mention of the efforts that are being taken to prevent his complete return to power? Harry Potter can’t understand why the world seems so strange these days. To add to his chagrin, the Ministry decides to slap an expulsion order citing the Decree for the Reasonable Restriction of Underage Sorcery and demands that Harry appear for a hearing in front of the entire Wizarding judiciary like a wanted criminal. However, Harry only used magic in front of his cousin to protect him from a deadly Dementor. For that matter, what was a dementor doing in Little Whinging? Harry Potter can’t seem to put a finger on these events, but he knows one thing for certain: there is one man who has all the answers, the great and powerful Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore, the Headmaster of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and the only one Voldemort fears. But for some reason, Dumbledore refuses to so much as make eye contact with Harry this year! Return to Hogwarts and join Harry, Ron and Hermione for another year of adventures and magic. About J. K. Rowling Joanne Rowling is an English novelist, best known for her Harry Potter series of fantasy novels. Rowling is famous the world over for her rags-to-riches story and she is largely credited with getting kids to read again. Her books sold record numbers and inspired a series of films and video games. Media Note The Harry Potter series was adapted into eight movies. This novel was adapted into the hit eponymous film starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. The movie is available on DVD and Blu-Ray, so catch a copy today! Series Reading Order Harry Potter and his friends begin the long-awaited battle against the secrets of Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, the sixth book in the series.
Adventure continues when an unexpected attack was staged by a group of evil spirits called “dementors” on Harry and Dudley (cousin). Harry is saved and taken to Sirus Black's home, which is also headquarter of the Order of the Phoenix, a group of wizards, led by Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore. Harry is informed about Voldemort's return. Time is running out and Harry has to act fast. In order to protect himself from savage assaults of Voldemort, Harry has to allow Professor Snape to teach him protection spells.
Harry knows that Voldemort's will stop at nothing to find and kill him. Trouble starts one after another when Dolores Umbridge takes the place of professor of Defence against Dark Art in Hogwarts and starts torturing Harry. She exposes Dumbledore's army and becomes the new Headmistress. Harry needs Snape's help to fight against the Dark Lord Voldemort but also learns from his memory that Snape never liked his father. Where the story takes steep and burtal turns, Harry finds himself stuck with impossible choices and shocking revelations. What will Harry do? What sacrifices will he make to save his dear friends and Hogwarts? Will he be saved or die in the battle against Voldemort? Find all in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.About the author:
J. K. Rowling is a British screenwriter, novelist and film producer. She is best known as the author for her fantasy series Harry Potter. Popular worldwide, the book has won multiple awards, selling more than 400 million copies. The novels have also been translated into 78 different languages and telecasted all round the world. She has also written books and novels for charity. Her works have also bagged accolade for being the bestselling book in the history.
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