Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Pittsfield Youth
Sequel to: Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone.
Read by Jim Dale.
When the Chamber of Secrets is opened again at the Hogswart School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, second-year student Harry Potter finds himself in danger from a dark power that has once more been released on the school.
This book is probably the most exciting book. there is no kissing or anything inappropriate so i'd strongly recommend it for kids birthday party's. (i mean the movie) its not that scary and i think a lot of people would think its a great book as well as a movie.
The book is totally awesome I can't wait to see how good the audio-book is!!!!!Anyways I also love the movie.Did you know that Draco Malfoy's father Lusius Malfoy almost uses Avadaca Kadavra on Harry[killing curse] but Dobby saves his life and Harry says"don't try to save my life again ,Dobby".
This book is probably my second favorite, if not my favorite. I really liked the part where Harry saved Ginny. I was so relieved that I was squealing when he saved her because I was so happy. Ginny was one of my favorite characters so when I imagined Harry saving her and when I got to see it in the movie, I was so happy!
Like approximately 100 million other people, this is my favorite book series of all times. My favorite will forever be the first book. I read the first 4 or 5 chapters of that book all the time, I just love the way he finds out.
If you haven’t read them because of the genre that they have been put into, please worry about that no longer, these books transcend genre, they are just that good.
One tip that you may not get elsewhere is that I recommend listening to the UK audio recording, Jim Dale is good, but Stephen Fry is better
Although "The Chamber of Secrets" is a wonderful story and an excellent entry in the Harry Potter series, the reader is only fair. His voice is fine and does justice to some characters (particularly Lockhart and Hagrid), but other character voices are too similar to each other or too annoying (Myrtle, Hermione). Also, the emotion in the character dialogue doesn't always match the emotion the author states. Fine to listen too, but I've heard better.