by J K Rowling; Mary GrandPréBook : Fiction : Juvenile audience  |  1st American ed
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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix    (2007-01-04)
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The longest book of the series. ALMOST the best.   (2011-09-20)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, after four previous entries, is still great and spellbinding. This one, even at 870 pages (in the American edition, at least), does not even seem overly long, though it does take a good amount of sitting-time to read it. And once again,...
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Rowling Does It Again   (2008-06-20)
Once again, Rowling writes a phenomenal book for all to enjoy. I have read all of the Harry Potter novels dozens of times, and yet, this is still my favorite novel. Many of my friends dislike this novel or believed it to be too slow. However, that is what I love about this book. The reader discovers...
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Slightly lesser than POA, but still brilliant, dark, magical.   (2011-09-20)
Voldemort (you know, the dark, creepy wizard that gives the series a plot--without spoiling anything, anyway) is rising in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, a much darker, much more magical sequel to Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. This is precisely twice...