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Submitted by a summer reading participant:
In this book, Harry Potter is preparing for his second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. But one day a house-elf named Dobby warned Harry not to go back to Hogwarts. But Harry ignores Dobby and returns to Hogwarts. When Harry returns back to Hogwarts, he begins to notice strange things that seem to be coming from the walls and Harry is the only person that can hear the voice. And then Harry learns he is a Parsel tongue which means he can communicate with snakes. One day during class someone asked the teacher about what was happening in the school and they learned about the story of the Chamber of Secrets. So if you want to learn how the book ends you'll have to read it.

Overall, I liked how the story ended and I loved how there was a big page turner at the end when Harry learned who the true heir of Slytherin was. I would rate the book a 9/10,

 
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6.012 Patron-Generated Content

04/27/2011
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