Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Paperback)J. K. Rowling (author)
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THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS HAS BEEN OPENED, ENEMIES OF THE HEIR, BEWARE!
Harry Potter can’t wait for his summer to end, he’s had the worst birthday - no cards, no presents and to top it all, spending the evening pretending not to exist. Not to mention some worrying warnings from a bat-eared house elf called Dobby and a rather unfortunate incident with an enchanted, flying, Ford Anglia. Surely his second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry will be simple after all that? But all is not as it should be at Hogwarts. Harry is hearing things, strange things, venomous whispers in the shadows – and then the attacks start.
What is the mysterious legend of the Chamber of Secrets? Who is heir to Slytherin? And will Harry and his friends be able to survive long enough to uncover the truth?
Waterstones invites you to join Harry, Ron, Hermione as they face Bludgers, daring duels, Polyjuice Potions and more, in this gripping second instalment of the award-winning series about the boy-wizard with the lightening scar.
There are secrets slithering in the dark, are you brave enough to look them in the eye?
Harry Potter has been at the heart of Waterstones since the first copies of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone came into our hands. We’re delighted to share these new editions of the series, now entirely reimagined by one of our favourite writers and illustrators, Jonny Duddle. You can find out more about Jonny Duddle at www.jonny-duddle.com.
“A phenomenon… Grown men in suits have been spotted with them on trains. Parents squabble over who gets to read them to the kids, and teachers say a chapter can silence the most rowdy of classes.” The Guardian
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 316 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
Spellbinding, enchanting, bewitching stuff * Mirror *
Teachers say a chapter can silence the most rowdy of classes * Guardian *
One of the greatest literary adventures of modern times * Sunday Telegraph *
The Harry Potter stories will join that small group of children's books which are read and reread into adulthood * TLS *
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