Harry Potter and the Dursleys lived together for a decade, and the aunt and uncle’s undue preference for their terribly bad son Dudley resulted in the most inspired dark comedy since Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. But luckily for Harry, he’s about to get a scholarship to a unique boarding school called Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he’ll be the school hero in Quidditch (a type of aerial football in groundgames at high altitudes on brooms), he’ll make some great friends and, unfortunately, some terrible enemies. Because despite his seemingly ordinary boarding school experience (okay, okay, even if that’s unusual), Harry Potter has a destiny he was born to fulfill. A destiny that others would kill to prevent from happening.
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