A review by 30dollarbookshelf
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling


The Wizarding World is fascinating, draws you in and keeps you turning pages. Characters are likable and villains are well-written. Picked up on some connections to future books since it’s my first time reading as an adult, definitely a great one to reread later. Harry endures so much trauma, it’s sad really. See how joining a new world and being famous affects him and interactions with professors and friends. Not a big cliffhanger but stays open for the story to continue.