Seven books written by J.K. Rowling that narrate the exciting adventure of magic and feelings of the most loved wizard of all time
Rowling has created another chapter of the saga for the world of theater, "Harry Potter and Cursed Child", so there are those who have jumped into the past and began to brush up on the story of the wizard. And there are those who have even decided to somehow recover and buy all the books born from the pen of the English writer one day who traveled on the train to King's Cross.
Pending the eighth book, here is the chronology of the chapters of the saga, transported to the big screen in eight successful cinematographic films that boast Rowling's advice, which has made its world even more rich and detailed with other publications including "Gli fantastic animals: where to find them ”,“ Quidditch through the centuries ”and“ Le fiabe di Beda Il Bardo ”.
In 1997 Rowling published the first chapter "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone": orphaned, the surviving child is left by his Muggle uncles, the Dursleys, until one day he receives the letter of admission to the Hogwarts School of Magic and finds out be a magician.
Two years later it was the turn of "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets": Harry, barely 12 years old, clashed with a piece of soul of Tom Riddle, known by the forbidden name of Voldemort, enclosed for years among the pages of a bewitched diary.
In 2000 "Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban" came out: Sirius Black was on the run from the prison of the magicians. He is said to be a killer and had Harry's parents killed. But that is not all. Sirius Black was friends with James and Lily Potter and his godfather.
The following year it was the turn of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire": Harry was forced to participate in the TreMaghi Tournament: someone put his name in the Goblet of Fire. And it is also time to look into the eyes of Lord Voldemort, who has come back to life in a new body.
In 2003, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" is another exciting chapter: nobody believes that Voldemort is back and Harry must face the resistance of the Ministry of Magic and the punishments of a new perfidious principal, among the ranks of the Death Eaters.
The sixth year is told by "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince", published in 2005: Dumbledore, with a charred hand, reveals a terrible secret to Harry. Voldemort has divided his soul into seven pieces, the Horcruxes, objects that by destroying him could make him deadly.
In 2007 Rowling published in a climate of great anticipation the grand finale "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" and the circle closes. Hogwarts prepares for the final and fatal battle against Evil. Revelations and twists feed the last pages of the saga.