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I told you to expect more reviews May 14, Patricia rated it really liked it. Very enjoyable! I have not changed my opinion that I enjoy the Lake District series more than the Harry Devlin series. Both have the same author, Martin Edwards. Still, this book is a winner! View 2 comments. Apr 07, Gavin rated it liked it Shelves: detective. Another recommendation and quite good if the seedier side of Liverpool is your thing.
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While helping, the twins noticed his scar and recognised that he must be Harry Potter. While Harry sat near the window in his compartment watching the family, the twins Fred Weasley and George reported this discovery to the amazement of their little sister Ginny and their older brother Percy who was a Prefect and had already changed into his robes. After boarding, the train soon departed and Ron asked if he could sit with Harry, who agreed. When the Trolley witch came by around half-past twelve, Harry bought some of all the treats from the cart and shared them with Ron. The trio meet for the first time aboard the Hogwarts Express.
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While Ron was attempting a magic spell to change his rat Scabbers , Hermione Granger interrupted trying to help find Trevor. After Ron's spell failed, Hermione introduced herself and upon learning Harry's name, informed him that he was in several books on magical history.
Although Draco attempted to ingratiate himself, Harry refused to shake his hand after he insulted Ron and his family. When Goyle attempted to take some of their Chocolate Frog Cards , Scabbers bit his finger and helped drive them off. Ron afterwards explained that the Malfoy family were on Voldemort's side, but came back saying they had been bewitched, although his father didn't believe it. Upon arriving, Hagrid gathered all the first years together and they followed a path down to the edge of a Great Lake. In groups of no more than four, they climbed aboard a little fleet of small boats, and sailed across the lake to an underground harbour.
Helping to remind Neville to take his toad, Hagrid took them up a passageway to the gates of the castle. Harry was particularly anxious, as he did not feel that any of the Houses as they were described in the Hat's song were right for him.
Harry noted that Draco Malfoy , whom Harry had met in Diagon Alley , was instantly placed in Slytherin, and remembered what Hagrid and Ron had told him about Slytherin's reputation for turning out Dark Wizards , and that Voldemort had been in Slytherin. When Harry put on the Hat, it slipped down past his eyes, and the hat told him that he "would do well in Slytherin". Thinking of Voldemort, Harry desperately repeated the phrase "not Slytherin". In his second year during a visit to Dumbledore's office, the Sorting Hat re-emphasized the idea that Harry "would do well in Slytherin".
Harry, who had never been allowed to eat as much as he wanted, was overwhelmed by the sheer variety of foods in front of him. Dessert arrived, and talk turned to the first years' families. Harry's scar hurts during his Sorting ceremony when he makes eye contact with Severus Snape.
This is because Lord Voldemort was inhabiting Quirrell's body as anytime Voldemort is near Harry's scar hurt. After the last morsels melted from the golden plates and goblets, Dumbledore gave a speech welcoming the new students to the school and the old students back. He added a few warnings about staying away from the Forbidden Forest , and avoiding the third-floor corridor before leading the school in singing the School Song and sending everyone off to their dormitories.
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One of the things Harry had been looking forward to was learning to fly until he found out that the Gryffindors would be taking flying lessons with the Slytherins. Malfoy had been bragging about his skill to anyone who would listen. Madam Rolanda Hooch taught the class by starting with basic broom control. After learning the theory, the students were told to hover gently off the ground on Madam Hooch's go-ahead. Neville, terrified of being left behind, panicked and kicked off before anyone else, rising fifty feet in the air before falling off and breaking his wrist.
Madam Hooch took Neville to the Hospital Wing after warning the other students to stay on the ground until she got back. Draco Malfoy nicked Neville's Remembrall from off the ground and was told to give it to Harry, jeering that he'd leave it "up a tree" unless Harry stopped him and took off on his broom. Harry mounted his broom and kicked off after him. As much to his surprise as everyone else's, he discovered that he could not only fly, but that it was something he didn't need to be taught.
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Bending low on the broom handle, he shot toward Draco, who realised that Harry was a better flyer and threw the Remembrall into the air, daring the famous boy to catch it. Harry raced the ball towards the ground, catching it and coming out of his dive a foot from the ground. He toppled lightly onto the grass amidst the cheers of the Gryffindors, grinning wildly. His euphoria did not last long however, as Professor McGonagall quickly arrived on the scene.
Having seen the dive, she ordered Harry to follow her.
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Harry, expecting punishment, was instead introduced to Oliver Wood , whom she pulled out of a Charms class. Captain of the Gryffindor Quidditch team , Wood's confusion at being introduced to a first year quickly turned to excitement and ecstasy upon hearing McGonagall recount the dive. He told her that Harry would need a decent broom if they were to compete, and explained to Harry that he would make an excellent Seeker , perhaps rivalling the legendary Charlie Weasley.
As they left the tower, the t rio found Neville whose wrist had been fixed by Madam Pomfrey waiting outside, having forgotten the password. Neville decided to go with them and the four arrived at the Trophy Room the site of the duel , but Malfoy was nowhere to be found. They speculated that he may have chickened out and were deciding what to do next when they heard the school caretaker Argus Filch and his cat, Mrs Norris , enter the room. Realising that Draco tricked them and told Filch their location, they attempted to quietly exit the room.
A nearby doorknob rattled and Peeves , Hogwarts' resident poltergeist , burst into the hallway, threatening to expose them. Growing desperate, Ron took a swipe at Peeves, who began to bellow their whereabouts as loud as he could, attracting Filch. The four kids ran right to the end of the corridor, where they found themselves stopped by a locked door, which Hermione opened with the Unlocking Charm using Harry's wand.
They hurried inside, thinking themselves out of danger until turning around and coming face-to-face with a monstrous sight: a giant three-headed dog. Choosing Filch over death, the children ran for it, somehow managing to get back to their dormitory without running into anyone along the way. Over breakfast the next morning, Harry and Ron were discussing what Fluffy could be guarding when the mail arrived. Taking the broom up to their dormitory, Harry and Ron were stopped by Malfoy , who seized the package and told Harry that first-year students are not allowed their own brooms.
A Hallowe'en lesson on the Levitation Charm. Only Hermione succeeded; Ron, offended by her air of superiority, later made a nasty comment that she overheard. The comment was about her lack of friends, causing her to run off to lock herself in the girl's bathroom in tears and making him and Harry feel slightly guilty. When the two went down to the Hallowe'en feast later, their guilt was forgotten amidst the splendour of the decorations. Partway into the feast, Quirrell arrived to announce that there was a twelve-foot mountain troll in the dungeons before fainting where he stood.
The prefects led the students back to their dorms, but Harry realised that Hermione did not know about the troll and convinced Ron to help save her, since they were responsible. However, they didn't realise their mistake until they heard Hermione's terrified scream emanate from the bathroom.
A horrified Harry and Ron ran back into the bathroom to rescue her. After a brief skirmish, during which Harry stuck his wand up the trolls nose. Ron finally knocked the troll out, by levitating the troll's own club to smash into it' head. The mountain troll in the bathroom, where Hermione is hiding. Professor McGonagall , head of Gryffindor , began scolding the boys for not going straight to their dormitories with the rest of their house, but instead putting themselves in grave danger.
She claimed that Harry and Ron were looking for her, which was true , and she would most likely be dead if the boys had failed to rescue her also true. The three bonded over the shared experience, and were friends thereafter.
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Harry noticed that Snape was limping, as though his leg was injured, strengthening his suspicions that the Potions Master was after whatever it was that Fluffy was guarding. Nervous about the next day's match, Harry decided to ask Snape for the book back; realising that he would most likely be in the staffroom and that it would be harder for Snape to bully him if there were other teachers around, Harry decided to confront him. Approaching the door, Harry overheard Snape complaining to Filch about Fluffy. After opening the door Harry saw Filch helping Snape to bandage his leg.