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Third Book Of The Harry Potter Series

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Harry Potter is not a normal boy. He lives with his aunt and uncle and his cousin because his parents were murdered by the most powerful dark lord, Lord Voldemort. He attends a school for wizards called Hogwarts and learns about spells, potions, the dark arts, and etc. Non-magic people are called Muggles and the Muggles are completely oblivious to this world.
In the third book of the Harry Potter series, it starts on Harry’s birthday with Harry lying in his room receiving an owl post from his friends. The next morning Harry hears about a man named Sirius Black and that he escaped from a prison. While this goes on, Aunt Marge comes to visit the Dursleys. Harry accidentally causes his ...view middle of the document...

After the exam, Harry went to go see Hagrid, the gamekeeper, with Ron and Hermione.
As they were leaving Hagrid’s house, a large dog comes after them. It grabs Ron by the leg and pulls him away into the secret passageway in the Whomping Willow. Harry and Hermione follow after them and end up in the Shrieking Shack. They find out the is not really a dog and is actually Sirius Black. They also find out that Sirius was not after Harry but was after Ron’s rat, Scabbers. Scabbers is not actually a rat, is a wizard named Peter Pettigrew. Peter Pettigrew is Voldemort’s servant. When they are bringing Peter back to the castle, Professor Lupin, who was with them, transforms into a werewolf. Peter gets loose and escapes. Black tries to stop Lupin from turning but fails and ends up hurt. He runs off into the woods with Harry closely behind him. A swarm of Dementors start to surround them. Somebody in the near distance produces the charm that sends the Dementors away. Later Harry wakes up in the hospital wing of the school and the dementors are about to suck the soul out of Sirius.
Harry and Hermione are then sent back in time to save Sirius. They also save Buckbeak, one of Hagrid’s animals. They watch the dementor scene in the woods and Harry realizes he is the person who produced to charm to get rid of the dementors. When the dementors are about to suck out Sirius’s soul, Harry and Hermione save him using Buckbeak to get him out of there. They let Sirius take Buckbeak and they escaped. Harry later learns the Professor Lupin would no longer be teaching at Hogwarts because of him being...

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