The Harry Potter Books Ranked: All Seven from Worst to Best

The Harry Potter Books Ranked: All Seven from Worst to Best

Hey guys! Finally, we have talked about the best harry potter books ranked and the review of the entire Harry Potter series, spoiler-free! If you haven’t read Harry Potter before and debating whether the book is worth your time, this article will be helpful! It is the review of the whole series and each part of Harry Potter too.

Today let’s talk about the harry potter books ranked no spoilers, harry potter series is meant for anyone who is in love with fantasy, who is in love with magic, who wants to escape reality and enter a whole new world.

If you do not like fiction at all and if you feel like this is too fictitious for me, like even for normal fiction books then there is no way that you’re gonna like harry potter, and harry potter is only going to seem like it is overhyped for you because you’re just not into that kind of books it makes complete sense.

If you are a non-fiction reader or if you read only to learn something then harry potter is too much drama and it’s like too much magic and this and that so it is not going to make sense to you but on the other hand if you do love reading fiction and you love fantasy and you love magic and stuff like that or if you want to just like start out with fantasy then I feel like this is an amazing series to start with.

Even if you want to just start out with the series itself I think you can start with this because the language is so easy of the entire series it’s made for kids so it is obvious, there is a lot of content you don’t have to wait for the other parts to come it is complete and you get to experience everything.

It’s a children’s book and they have written it in a way that children will understand and yet it is so deep dumbledore has said some things that I’m like they’re beautiful and they’re gonna stay with me forever and dumbledore was like the biggest fan of love dumbledore has always said that harry potter is stronger than Voldemort simply and simply because harry potter has the love of his mother.

He is such a big fan of love and he believes in love and that is so important. so if children are reading these books or teenagers are reading these books I understand that the whole value of love and believing in love and the power of love is going to go into their heads and harry potter has done that and that is actually amazing now let’s begin with a review of each book one by one.

The Harry Potter Books Ranked: All Seven from Worst to Best

Table Of Contents

  • About the Author and The Harry Potter Book Series Summary
  • 1. Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone
  • 2. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  • 3. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  • 4. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  • 5. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • 6. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  • 7. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

About the Author and The Harry Potter Book Series Summary

“Harry Potter” is a series of magical literature works by British female writer J.K. Rowling. There are seven books in this series, which describe the protagonist Harry Potter at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Seven years of learning life adventure story. It has been translated into 62 languages, with a total sales of 300 million copies.

Despite the J.K.Rowling repeatedly that she began writing the Harry Potter series of novels when it is not against the idea of certain age readers, but publishers of books at the time of the first publication of the series of novels obvious readership Targeted at teenagers between the ages of 9 and 15.

In any case, the Harry Potter novels have fans of all ages. In some countries, the publication of series of novels tends to publish two versions at the same time-a children’s version with a cover design suitable for teenagers and an adult version with a mature cover design, even though their content is exactly the same.

Moreover, with the development of the plot of the series of novels, Rowling’s writing style has gradually matured and sophisticated, coupled with the continuous growth of the hero of the story, Harry Potter, the entire series has been gradually developing in terms of style and content.

The British original of the first novel (Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone) was published in July 1997 by Bloomsbury, a small, neutral publishing house. The book was well-received in the months that followed.

The first book and the second book (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets) and the third book (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) in the series won the Nestlé Smarties Book Award for the 9–11 age group.

When the original version of the fourth series of novels (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) was published in the United Kingdom in 2000, it was relatively high-profile and attracted the attention of the public and the media, and the level of attention was much higher than the publication of an ordinary new book.

Pictures of the United States decided to put this novel on the big screen and officially released the first film based on the first novel in 2001. Later, Electronic Arts released a Harry Potter theme running on various platforms.

The fifth book (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix) and the sixth book (Harry Potter and the “Half-Blood Prince”) are even more advertising campaigns, whether it is the first release of the original version in the UK or other language versions in countries around the world. The first releases are all very high-profile, and the sales of novels have quickly entered the book sales rankings of various countries.

According to the author Rowling, the inspiration for this story came from her on the train from Manchester to London in 1991. She often wrote her first novel in a coffee shop in Edinburgh. The hot-selling of the series of novels makes her now ranked 620th in the world. [1]. Even richer than Elizabeth II.

Each book roughly tells the story of Harry during his one-year life at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He studied magic and made potions in this school, and Harry also learned to overcome all kinds of difficulties-magical, social, emotional.

Rowling said she planned to write seven books, one with more dark colors than one, and as Harry grew older, his enemy Voldemort became more capable. After Rowling published the fifth novel, she began to publish some hints of future plots on her personal website.

This series of novels is expressed in the third-person mode, with Harry Potter as the central character. Except for a few contents in the first, fourth, and sixth books, the whole book is expressed through Harry’s own perspective throughout the whole process. Readers think that reading this series of books is one of the reasons for the intimacy.

Rowling has a strong ability to control well-designed seamless plots, and she can create convincing plots in the fantasy world. Harry, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley are three important figures. They are all teenagers. The adult characters in the book are deeply portrayed, and the secondary characters are also vivid, which shows that Rowling is very good as a writer.

There is also a lot of moral content in the book. As the confrontation between justice and evil becomes increasingly fierce and obvious, some characters are faced with important choices, and the shadow of human nature is also revealed.

Rowling added prejudices such as racist views and genocide in the real world into the plot. These prejudices are exactly the ideas of Voldemort and the Death Eaters. Occasionally, there will be some exchanges between wizards and people who do not know how to magic.

Some objects appearing in the book were brought into the real world. For example, in some countries, candy called “Patty All Flavored Beans”, Quidditch shirts, and socks made by house-elves appeared.

1. Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone

“Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” is a novel by British female writer JK Rowling, “Harry Potter The first part of a series of novels.

The book tells about a series of adventures that Harry Potter, an orphan whose parents have died since childhood, was invited by Hogwarts to learn magic.

The plot of the novel is ups and downs, the language is funny and humorous, and the theme reflects reality and human nature, which is thought-provoking.

In 2001, a film of the same name adapted from “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” was released and won US$960 million at the box office.

I read the first book and I know for a fact that I was supposed to get attached to the story when I read the first book. the first book is probably the thinnest book out of the entire series and I finished it probably in one or two settings.

Reason for recommendation:

Honestly, I tried my best to get attached to the characters and to the plot after reading the first book itself and the first book was not bad at all but it felt like a kids book to me, and obviously harry potter series is a children’s book like children do read it but then this felt kiddish it felt teenage it felt like something that I should have read when I was a kid and I felt like I missed out on that fun that I could have.

When I was a kid it was like oh my god is this how I’m gonna feel for the entire series so basically in this book, you get introduced to the characters you get introduced to the entire world of magic and Hogwarts that j.k.rowling has created and it is beautiful.

It’s kind of like a setup for everything that is going to come ahead you may feel like it’s a kid’s book when you’re reading this book you may not be attached to the characters or you may be attached but if you’re reading it for the first time and if you are an adult you may not feel attached but all I want to say is that keep reading ahead.

2. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

“Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” is a novel by JK Rowling and the second in the “Harry Potter” series.

“Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” describes the return of the evil wizard Voldemort in a new form. The events in the book show that evil can only be temporarily avoided, not permanently eradicated; the secret room shows that the wizarding world has much in common with the Muggle world. There is no end to perfect peace in any world.

Also Available Prime Video: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets movie.

Reason for recommendation:

The second book is so emotional and I was able to understand, why I was not able to attach myself to the characters and the plot in the first book because they were just introducing everything it’s the beginning.

In this book, you already know them you know who harry is, you know who Hermione is, you know who Ron is. Ron and Hermione are harry’s friends and you know hagrid and you know the world of magic and the world of Hogwarts and you know everything and this is where the story begins to proceed ahead.

The first book is like the setup like even though they do have adventures there it’s like the setup this is where the story begins to proceed and I loved this book so much it was so emotional and you get introduced to so many new parts of the magic world it is so interesting.

This is the book that actually got me attached to harry potter and everything changed also the character of dhobi and like you know the intensity and the love for hagrid everything was there in this book dhobies.

this book is very very emotional, I was very very excited to move on to the third book because I love harry potter it still felt kiddish though it still did not feel like I’m reading it as an adult.

3. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” is a novel by British writer JK Rowling and the third in the Harry Potter series.

“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” tells the story of Harry Potter’s extraordinary two years in school. It is rumored that Blake is the “black magic” master Voldemort-the murderer of Harry’s parents. — — A faithful believer once used a spell to end 13 lives in succession. Harry’s life has changed drastically as a result.

July 8, 1999. “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” is released in the UK. Within two weeks, the book sold more than 270,000 copies and was printed 10 times. “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” won the Smart is Children’s Book Award, making Rowling the first writer to win the award three times.

In 2004, the adaptation of the film of the same name was released and won $789 million at the box office.

Also Available Prime Video: Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban movie

Reason for recommendation:

The Azkaban word sounds so nice so I thought it’s going to be something nice. This book is whereas a little bit of the darkness starts you get introduced to certain creatures in the magic world that are dark in the magic world like what is going on something is messed up those things begin to happen in this book and gets a little real in this book.

In this book like for the first time I felt okay fine like I’m not exactly reading a kid’s book along with the darkness there were so many twists in this book.

The entire part of the mystery and getting surprised and I’m like, and what like that happens that didn’t really happen in the first two books it happened in this one and I was like I think my interest was peaked in this book.

4. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” is a novel by JK Rowling and the fourth in the “Harry Potter” series.

“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” mainly tells the story of Harry Potter who has gradually grown into an outstanding wizard after three years of study and training at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

In 2001, Rowling won the Hugo Award for “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”.

In the list of the most popular books for children edited and published by the online education organization Renaissance Learning, the list of favorite books of all ages, “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” “And Susan Collins’ “Sparking Fire” tied for first place.

The adaptation of the film of the same name won US$948 million at the box office.

Also Available Prime Video: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Reason for recommendation:

Since 600 pages this was the first thick book of the entire series took my time with it I did not read it very very fast. This book is about the tri-wizard tournament that is held in Hogwarts. It’s a tournament where only 17 plus people can enter and harry was like oh my god I’m not 17 yet.

what like I wish I could win it all that kind of and then the goblet of fire presents the name of harry potter even if he is not 17 as one of the contestants.

So this book is basically the journey of harry potter through the tournament even if he is not 17 how did he get selected even if he is not 17 like that never happens what exactly happens and then towards the end of this book the true harry potter plot begins towards the end of this book is when you start to feel like you’re actually reading a series that is not really only meant for kids. it’s so an interesting tournament.

This is a very very interesting part of the entire series I loved it so much because of the tournament competition happening the heat was there the fire was there and there was like too much of adrenaline rush when I was reading this book it was less about the mystery and more about the adrenaline rush in this book the best part till part four in harry potter series is that you get to experience so many emotions.

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