Harry Potter Box Set, Books 1 - 7 : Adult Cloth

Harry Potter Box Set Books Adult Cloth The exciting tales of Harry Potter the young wizard in training have taken the world by storm and fans just can t get enough of the magical world of Hogwarts and beyond If you buy one of the Harry

  • Title: Harry Potter Box Set, Books 1 - 7 : Adult Cloth
  • Author: J.K. Rowling
  • ISBN: 9781551929125
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The exciting tales of Harry Potter, the young wizard in training, have taken the world by storm, and fans just can t get enough of the magical world of Hogwarts and beyond If you buy one of the Harry Potter books, we guarantee you ll want the next and the next and the next so why not have them all, right at your fingertips With the Harry Potter Boxed Set YearsThe exciting tales of Harry Potter, the young wizard in training, have taken the world by storm, and fans just can t get enough of the magical world of Hogwarts and beyond If you buy one of the Harry Potter books, we guarantee you ll want the next and the next and the next so why not have them all, right at your fingertips With the Harry Potter Boxed Set Years 1 7 , Barnes Noble offers simple one stop shopping for your Harry Potter library As easy as the wave of a magic wand, you can get all seven Harry Potter books delivered to your doorstep at once.The Harry Potter Boxed Set includes hardcover editions of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows The books come snugly packed in a decorative, trunk like box with sturdy handles and a privacy lock and includes decorative stickers So buy the set, and not even a pesky Locomotor Mortis spell cast by the evil Lord Voldem oooops, sorry He Who Must Not Be Named can get in the way of your enjoying all of the mystery, adventure, intrigue, and, of course, magic that Muggles around the world can t seem to get enough of Hold on tight it s going to be a bumpy ride

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    1. I had removed this review, which violates Article 2 of the Terms of Use:You agree not to post User Content that: (i) may create a risk of harm, loss, physical or mental injury, emotional distress, death, disability, disfigurement, or physical or mental illness to you, to any other person, or to any animal.Looking at the comment thread, it is abundantly clear that the review not only may, but indeed has caused emotional distress to several Potter fans. I would like to offer my apologies to these [...]

    2. I know I have specific reviews for each of the books, but I just wanted to add a general review, especially for those wondering what people, especially adults, see in Harry Potter. When my brother was in junior high, he lent me his copies of books 1-4. Maybe it was because I was seeing the story through his eyes or that I wasn't expecting much from children's literature but I was surprised to find how entertaining and well written these books were. They had that "it" factor where you can't put i [...]

    3. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about why theHarry Potter series is so damn good. I love it. And it’s had an incredible amount of success. Why? What makes it so damn special? Well for me, the answer is simple. It’s so great because J.K Rowling knows exactly how to speak to her reader. She begins her story by showing the reader an incredibly boring world; it’s reality: it’s mundane, grey, tasteless and monotonous. So, in essence, it’s everyday life. It’s just the crap that every kid [...]

    4. I've resisted writing reviews for these books for a while now, because it sort of seems like a pointless effort. Everyone knows these books, and there doesn't seem to be anything more to say about them. But then I figured, why not add my two cents? So here we go:I am a member of what I'll call "the Harry Potter generation" - ie, I was a kid when these books first came out, and I've literally grown up with the series. My best friend in elementary school gave me Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Sto [...]

    5. Aparecium!How to choose a single book in the Harry Potter saga? How to choose a part of something that needs each part to generate the expected impact? I was precisely trying to choose one book to use as example in my "favorites" virtual shelf but I realize that not matter which book would I chose, it would feel "incomplete". So I think that the better way is to add this complete edition including the seven novels to use it in my "favorites" virtual shelf.The rating to the collection is basicall [...]

    6. I am an absolute Harry Potter fan. I picked up the series when I was in college and was blown away by this mesmerizing and page-turning "children's book". J.K. Rowling is an absolute genius. I've always had an active imagination, and this world was so easy to enter. In fact, the world Rowling creates in Harry Potter is so real that I often find myself - and this is scary to admit - believing I can do magic. (Seriously, I once tried the Accio spell on my cell phone and was annoyed when I realized [...]

    7. No books have influenced me the way the Harry Potter series has. It shaped me as a child, as a teenager, as a young adult, and it shaped me as a person. I don't know why. I don't know what magic they hold that makes me overlook every flaw they might have, I don't know why it was these books specifically. I can't explain it. All I know is that these books came into my life and lit up my soul in a way that I never knew was possible. Years and years later, I still re-read them and sink into that wo [...]

    8. This is a review for the HP series as a whole, not this particular boxset.Overall, I loved the series. The biggest thing for me was the world Rowling created and all the imagination that went into it. Strip away the world and you've got a fairly good storyline/mystery and some good characters. But it is the fantasy world that elevates this series for me. I remember reading the first book and thinking, "Rowling presents a new invention on almost every page!" Imagine how long a list would be of al [...]

    9. I AM A POTTERHEAD. So for me, these would be the best books ever!!! No matter how other "cool" people would say that I am a geek and even too old for those books, who cares, I'm even proud of it!I know I have just read this series when I was in high school, and I just borrowed my classmate's books then, yet I am still proud to say that IT DEFINITELY CHANGED MY LIFE.Ever since I was in elementary school, I have always loved reading, and yet at some point, and I forgot how, I suddenly stopped. And [...]

    10. ICSE Board schools in India to include Harry Potter as a part of their English syllabus. Take me back to school, please!!! *fangirling hard*

    11. Right before the last installment came out, I went to the public library and checked out the first book in the series, and didn't stop until I had closed the final one. It took me about two and a half months, but I read the whole series from start to finish.Say what you will about the story, the characters, the writing, but from my experience in child care over the last five years, I can assure you that it is not all too common to see a child toting a book under their arm, waiting for three minu [...]

    12. You know those annoying kids who go to the movies to watch any Harry Potter movie at the earliest hour possible, dressed in hogwarts robes, speaking with a British accent and claiming to be in Gryffindor? Or those kids who immediately jump into a conversation involving Harry Potter and inform everyone of all they know on the topic? Yeah, well. I'm one of them.

    13. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - ☑ ✶✶✶✶☆Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - ☑ ✶✶✶✶☆Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - ☑ ✶✶✶✶✶Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - ☑ ✶✶✶✶☆Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - ☑ ✶✶✶✶✶Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - ☑ ✶✶✶✶✶Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - ☑ ✶✶✶✶✶

    14. There are countless reviews about the HP book out there, so I'll try to be brief. After all, who hasn't read at least some of the books or seen the movies?I began to read the books after watching the first movie because I loved it.d well, why deny it? Because everybody else was doing so. But I was ten years old and I had nothing to compare it with. After reading Harry Potter, I realized how different they are. The movies are OK, entertaining but nothing more. They lack the magic of the books. Ro [...]

    15. An Adult Perspectived why?I heard of a secret place that I can hide out for a while.Shhhh's a secret on how to get there, but they say go to the train station, and.? So off I go to play hooky from real life adulthood. I am reading Harry Potter for my first time ever, it is!And so it begins *opening page 1*The read, an adult perspective (peaking over the age of 40), my view book by bookPlease Beware Small Spoilers Below For.The Philosopher's Stone:Rough start? This book feels a bit childlike, and [...]

    16. I have read the books AND listened to them on CD. Here's the story of how I became a fan of HP: I am an avid reader and years ago, when the Harry Potter books first came to the U.S. and caused such a sensation, I resisted reading them. I'm not a big fan of fantasy lit, so I thought that reading about wizards and such was not for me. It was as a mother of two cranky children that I ended up trying the books, and I am SO glad that I did not end up missing out on this brilliant and wonderful series [...]

    17. I LOVE ALL OF THESE BOOKS! i was brought into the harry potter world after the second book came out. i enjoyed every book each in it's own way. i loved the first book because it helped me believe in magic again like i did when i was little. i liked the second book because i got to see hermoine grow as a stronger witch. i loved the third one because harry started to really step into his role and there was so much happening. it was an exciting book.i was introduced to dementors, azkaban, escaped c [...]

    18. Welp. I did it. I finally diddly-dun-did it. I caved. I got a hold of the complete audiobook set read by the lovely Stephen Fry and dove right in. (Sidebar, I haven't had the slightest desire to actually read these past several months; audiobooks have become my solace lately.)As someone who only saw the movies--never having grown up with the books since I wasn't a reader as a kid--I was surprised how very few differences there were between the books and movies. The books felt like much more in-d [...]

    19. Harry Potter and his friends is a series so special to me. J.K. Rowling created a whole new magical world, very detailed and ingenious, which kept going for seven books with the same quality.There are so many ineteresting characters beyond the main ones, who are brilliant. Luna Lovegood, Remus Lupin, Minerva McGonagall and many others are interesting, loveable and so real in their vulnerability .The plot is intelligent, but to my opinion more ipressive were two features. J.K. Rowling uses symbol [...]

    20. Been reading this lately, just to feel the nostalgia that literally ran thru my veins when i was a teenager. I used to LOVE harry potter, obsessively. I never actually lost hope in getting a secret invitation to Hogwarts, or discovering a secret magical world. Its everyones wish i think. When i read this and i think of all the great stuff about this fantasy, i remember how much i HATE being a grown up. I hate it. I know deep down that I am still a little girl inside. I cant understand why some p [...]

    21. this “review” is simply notes to myself, not much of interest to anyone but me, and not containing much in the way of spoilers given how cryptic the notes are, but just in case:(view spoiler)[started reading late 7/30/11, 7/31/11 UK time and finished reading 10/4/11, taking much longer than I’d expected, but thoroughly enjoying the experience, and more convinced than ever that this is a brilliantly told storyThis is the first time I’ve read the paperbacks in the box set. I also own and h [...]

    22. SighI've finally added Harry to my list. Though many of my friends here at GoodReads have given it very high marks, it simply didn't move me. Perhaps, if I had come to the books when I was 8 or 10, I'd be more impressed (though my reading was pretty sophisticated even then -- I was devouring The Silmarillion at 11). And I would (and do) give the last few volumes 3 stars -- Harry was getting older and more interesting -- but I didn't find anything particularly amazing or innovative about the char [...]

    23. The reading of this series is done by Jim Dale. He is a fantastic reader in this series. You are transported to the world of Hogwarts through his character voices and beautiful accents.I love these stories anyway, and this is one of the best audiobooks I've listened to.

    24. HOW IS IT POSSIBLE TO WRITE A REVIEW ON THE BEST SERIES EVER WRITTEN?Characters I Loved: Snape, Fred & George, Harry, Lily & James, Ginny, Hermione, Tonks, DOBBY, Kreacher, Neville, Minerva Macgonagall, Draco Characters I wish I knew more about: James Potter, Lily Potter, Sirius Black, Regulus Black, Merope Gaunt, Morfin Gaunt, Kreacher and THE MARAUDERS

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