The magic is alive and the storytelling is extraordinary, but here are three reasons why this could never be five stars in my estimation like the rest: 1. Harry, Ron, and Hermione begin to suspect that Draco is behind the attacks, given his family history of remaining well within Slytherin ranks and open hostility toward Muggle-born students. Weasley's flying car was created from a 1962 105E. I loved the plot and conflict, even though it wasn't as intense as the others were. The Dursleys lock Harry up, but Ron, Fred and George Weasley rescue him in their father's flying car, a Ford Anglia. After this failed attempt at tracking down the Heir of Slytherin, things die down a bit at Hogwarts.
One has to speak to open it. Harry figures out from hints Aragog dropped that a student who died during the previous attacks is Myrtle, and when Ginny is taken by the monster into the Chamber, they discover that the entrance is in the bathroom they have been using to make Polyjuice Potion. When Lucius realizes how Harry has tricked him into letting Dobby go, Lucius tries to curse Harry. He is afraid that the magical life he once had at Hogwarts was all just a dream. She didn't see anything from that night, though.
From this point on, Hermione is friendly again, as she seems to feel that Harry and Ron have been punished enough. After delivering the manuscript to Bloomsbury on schedule, she took it back for six weeks of revision. Errol, the Weasley's aged owl, falls into Hermione's milk jug, and when Ron digs him out and cleans him off, he notices that the envelope in his beak is red and beginning to smoke. She actually breaks rules in this book to help Harry and Ron and is also helping them with the secrets they are trying to discover. Draco Malfoy is the new seeker on the Slytherin team. Harry politely disregards the warning, and Dobby wreaks havoc in the kitchen, infuriating the Dursleys. In my fingers and my toes.
Weasley is delighted to see Harry in the morning, though she is upset with her sons for sneaking out in the night. Writing after all seven books had been published, regarded Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets as the weakest of the series, and agreed that the plot structure is much the same as in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The whole school starts to believe that Harry is the Heir of Slytherin who has opened the Chamber. The soundtrack was released on 12 November 2002. Main characters Harry, Ron, and Hermione, models of dedicated friends, are rewarded for their bravery. This particular house-elf has sneaked away from his Dark wizard family to warn Harry that something bad is coming to Hogwarts this school year. Harry will take his chances.
Harry enters the Chamber of Secrets and encounters Ginny's still body and Tom Riddle. I have picked a ton of pictures from the book but believe me, there are plenty more beautiful ones in the book. According to Marguerite Krause, achievements in the novel depend more on ingenuity and hard work than on natural talents. He reasons that greater wizards have been duped by Voldemort before, and takes great interest in the qualities of the diary, which Harry gives to him. It might be Draco Malfoy, since he is known as an evil child wizard in Slytherin, or maybe Hagrid, since he has been in Hogwarts for a very long time, including his studying years there. I wonder if Voldemort has anything to do with the 7 Deadly Sins? Re-Read in December 2014 for Harry Christmas to Re-Read in December 2015 for Harry Christmas to You This time around I realized how much more entertaining this book is compared to the movie. On learning that Harry cannot perform magic outside school, the Dursleys, previously fearful of his wizarding, lock Harrys books and wand away and Vernon Dursley fits bars onto his bedroom window, making Harry a prisoner.
Harry and Ron stealing the car and flying it to Hogwarts? He writes in it and someone writes back. Lessons to be learned from here, people! They also unluckily bump into and his father, Lucius. Edward Duffy, associate professor at , says that one of the central characters of Chamber of Secrets is Tom Riddle's enchanted diary, which takes control of Ginny Weasley — just as Riddle planned. The first one is a genuine reason and the last two mere petty grievances. His situation with the Dursleys greatly contrasts this stituation, and we see Harry as lonely and somewhat deflated through his summer at Privet Drive. Before he gets there though he had to fight the depression from loneliness as his adopted family does not care about him much and his Hogwarts friends seemingly forgotten about him.
So Uncle Vernon shuts Harry up in his bedroom with bars on the windows. Harry realizes it was Lucius Malfoy Jason Isaacs , Draco Malfoy's father, who slipped the diary into Ginny's cauldron when he encountered the Weasleys in a Diagon Alley bookshop, but he is unable to prove it. So yeah, firstly, loved this book and looking forward to the next one. There was also something a little off about this book. While in Diagon Alley over the summer, Lucius, a follower of Voldemort, had slipped the diary into Ginny's cauldron to ensure the reopening of the Chamber of Secrets. Using Polyjuice Potion brewed by Hermione, they disguise themselves as Slytherin students, Crabbe Jamie Waylett and Goyle Josh Herman , hoping to learn from Draco Malfoy Tom Felton the identity of the Heir. Dobby is disappointed Harry won't promise not to return to Hogwarts.
Fudge has no evidence, but he's under a lot of pressure from the school governors, and that was what Hagrid was expelled from Hogwarts for fifty years ago. But their blood is pure, and that is what matters most to them, their final torch of victory when they have nothing else in their favor. In my fingers and my toes. Riddle then summoned the basilisk, while draining Ginny's life from her. Harry emerges from the chamber with Ginny, safely. Tom is actually the preserved younger version of Voldemort. They married on 14 March 1965.