Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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‘You are sharing the Dark Lord’s thoughts and emotions. The Headmaster thinks it inadvisable for this to continue. He wishes me to teach you how to close your mind to the Dark Lord.’

Dark times have come to Hogwarts. After the Dementors’ attack on his cousin Dudley, Harry Potter knows that Voldemort will stop at nothing to find him. There are many who deny the Dark Lord’s return, but Harry is not alone: a secret order gathers at Grimmauld Place to fight against the Dark forces. Harry must allow Professor Snape to teach him how to protect himself from Voldemort’s savage assaults on his mind. But they are growing stronger by the day and Harry is running out of time…

Having become classics of our time, the Harry Potter eBooks never fail to bring comfort and escapism. With their message of hope, belonging and the enduring power of truth and love, the story of the Boy Who Lived continues to delight generations of new readers.

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Pottermore Publishing (8 Dec. 2015)

Language

English

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4697 KB

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Print length

815 pages

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7 Reviews For This Product

  1. 07

    by Amazon Customer

    I still remember when I first got my copy of Order and the Phoenix in June 2003! I was so excited and the Harry Potter books honestly coloured my summers, ever since I first discovered them 🙂 It’s unfortunate that I was “fed up” with the series sometime 10 years back, and on a whim, I decided to sell them for a very cheap price…

    Anywho, now that I’m back to my senses, I’ve been on the hunt for the first editions of the Harry Potter Bloomsbury print! I must say that Order of the Phoenix, Half-Blood Prince and The Deathly Hallows have the Best book cover art from the entire first edition prints! I’m just so glad I found a great quality copy to add to my collection 🙂

    Yes, I am reading the books again. Trying to squeeze some reading time into my busy schedule. Reading these books, as an adult… I just realised how well written these books are. Truly! Nothing in the YA fiction section these days is on par with the written language, the well-spun plots, the depth and complexity of the characters… I believe that we were the lucky generation, having witnessed the release of the glorious book of the Harry Potter series… The books that have shaped my life, personality, some of my views on various topics… the reason that I have become what I am right now. And we… well, I’ll speak for myself, I owe it all to the beautiful J.K. Rowling <3

  2. 07

    by BookWorm

    The fifth instalment in the Harry Potter series is the longest yet. They hype around the books was firmly established by the time this one was published and expectations were impossibly high. I ordered it from Amazon as well as queuing in the rain to buy it just in case my local store ran out of books – and I know plenty of others who went to similar lengths. Looking back now, objectively, it wouldn’t be worth such extremes – but it does highlight just how much this series came to mean to readers, and not just because it was fashionable.

    This was the first novel in the series that I feel suffered from lack of an editor. It is overlong and I know of younger readers (the 8-10 age group mainly) who had enjoyed the earlier books but struggled to keep the thread through this one. It is less cohesive and tightly plotted than the preceding stories, and introduces a whole host of new characters. Some become firm favourites and pivotal to the final part of the series. I particularly like Luna Lovegood, who first appears in this book, and also Kinglsey Shacklebolt. It sees the return also of Remus Lupin, a fan favourite from the third book who did not appear in book four. Many of characters introduced are adults and it expands the number of adult characters in the series considerably.

    The themes are ‘darker’ (every successive Harry Potter instalment is described as ‘darker’ generally). Abuse of power is an important theme. There’s also a lot about the politics of the magical world underlying this story, and for some young readers this may be their introduction to some concepts about the world of politics in general. We see corruption, institutional prejudice, manipulation of the media, politicians lying, and politicians doing the wrong thing in order to protect their own jobs. Injustice is another key topic.

    Harry Potter himself shows more ‘teenage’ tendencies in this book – he gets a bit shouty a few times and spends rather a lot of time thinking things are SO unfair. Of course, it’s slightly undermined by the fact that things genuinely are. He gets his first girlfriend, and he sits his exams. There is a sinister element in the nightmares and visions which he suffers throughout the book, implying that he may be at risk of possession. In fact, he is viewed as mad and unstable by most of his fellow students throughout the novel. There is a character death at the end and several other characters are injured or in peril at various times.

    The story has less of the innocent joyfulness and sparkle of some of the earlier stories, but it does tackle some more meaty themes and is still a great fun read. I would recommend it more for readers of age 10 and upwards, because I think younger children will find the length and structure more daunting, but of course it depends on the child. Adults will also enjoy the book. There are a few plot holes and a few inconsistencies introduced here that create problems later in the series – but overall, the Potter stories are always fun to read and virtually a required rite of passage for children in the 2000s. So sit back, enjoy, and don’t think too hard about the details.

  3. 07

    by Hi

    Awesome collection. Been wanting these for years, so happy to finally have them

  4. 07

    by Charlotte H.

    A fabulous addition to the HP chronicles. A great story with plenty of vocab to develop young minds!

  5. 07

    by Katie C

    I cannot even begin to explain to you how much Harry Potter means to me, every single time I read these books I’m transported back to my childhood reading them for the first time again ❤️ honestly it’s my go to comfort read series! Absolutely adore Harry Potter, the story and characters and will 100% live on with me forever!

  6. 07

    by Sally

    I love the Harry Potter series.
    JK is an excellent writer with a great imagination.

    Whilst the films are great visually, they lack the detail and explanation of things, like why voldemort wanted to kill Harry, the significance of his scar etc… There are so many factors in the book that are missed on the film.

    Anyone who likes the films should definitely read the books, they’re great

  7. 07

    by Derek mcaulay

    What a great story you really can get into the wizarding community. Plenty of detail to build your own picture of the characters. Descriptions of places and creatures that you can believe.

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