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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Cancel anytime. Orphaned as an infant, young Harry Potter has been living a less-than-fortunate life. Belittled by his pompous uncle and sniveling aunt not to mention his absolute terror of a cousin, Dudley , Harry has resigned himself to a mediocre existence in the cupboard under the stairs. But then the letters start dropping on the doormat at Number Four, Privet Drive But then she botches her audition and her dream comes to an abrupt and humiliating end - until the school agrees to give her a trial period. Amelia is determined to prove herself, vowing to do whatever it takes to become the perfect musician. Even if it means pretending to be someone she isn't.
The first book was so successful since the day of its release that J. Rowling finally had the second one published and it is called Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Majority of the readers all easily get drawn to the Harry Potter series that they are quick to follow while reading the second book and has not forgotten Harry as the hero. He succeeds in his endeavors with the help of his awesome friends, fearlessness, and dedication. These traits are all positive that readers genuinely desire and value. In the book, those who are born without magical powers are what they call Muggles.
Harry miserable looking forward to the horrible summer holidays with the Dursleys ending. But a poor little elf tells Harry about the deadly danger awaiting him at Hogwarts. Back in school, Harry hears a rumor circulating about the secret chamber, which holds scary mysteries for Muggle-born witches. Someone was enchanting to paralyze people, causing them to almost die, and a horrifying warning was found on the wall. The leading doubt — and always wrong — is Harry.