The first edition of “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” was published in July 1998 by Bloomsbury. The starting edition was 10,150 copies. The series has gained a huge following by now, and it is anticipated and read around the world.
In 1998, the story of Harry kept going. At 12, Harry is still not treated any better by the Dursleys over the summer. Finally, school has begun again! Harry Potter is the only one who can sigh like this, since his holidays were horrible and his memories of his school year were wonderful.
Plot And Review
During the summer break, Harry’s relatives ask Dobby to warn him against returning to school, setting the stage for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets to begin unfolding. After just one year, Harry has become a member of the Hogwarts community, a place which has become a home to him. With the most unexpected result, an ecstatic Harry Potter returns to Hogwarts for his second year alongside his best friend Ron.
Harry and Ron begin their second year in an interesting way. Ginny, Ron’s sister, will also start school this year, and she is known to have a secret crush on Harry. She is shy and coy, but she is overcome with her feelings for Harr, who doesn’t seem to appreciate her. In her secret diary, Ginny expresses her feelings and finds solace. She opens the chamber of secrets, inspired by the diary that responds to Ginny. Harry – the hero he is meant to be – enters the chamber to save Ginny, only to find that it is a trap by Lord Voldemort to gain command over Harry and kill him.
Readers and critics alike expected Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets to be just as good as it was. This book grips you from the very first page, and it keeps you interested all the way to the end. This novel continues to unfold in great detail with many new secrets emerging about Harry Potter.
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Name on Cover : Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets
Author : J.K. Rowling
ISBN : 0-7475-3849-2
Publication Date : 2 July 1998
Series : Harry Potter
Pages : 251 Pages (first edition)
Language : English
Country : United Kingdom