Reflections | Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling

#QOTD – Which one, according to you, was the scariest Harry Potter book?

I know you all will probably say either of book 6 or 7, but personally the Chamber of Secrets gave me the goosebumps. By the time Deathly Hallows happened, Harry had grown up and fought a lot of bad guys, and seen a lot of deaths. With Harry, even we grew up to see all the horrible things he went through.

But, unlike Philosopher’s Stone, where Harry’s touch would burn the villain, the Chamber of Secrets actually had a huge snake whose eyes could kill. And also, spiders – creepy! If they were not careful enough, they would have died. And again the next book, Prisoners of Azkaban, had a villain who was actually Potter’s godfather. So Padfoot wouldn’t have done anything to him, and Wormtail was not capable of doing much!

That being so, Harry Potter was safe both at the ages of 11 and 13, but when he was 12, he had to fight a huge basilisk!

One thought on “Reflections | Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling

  1. I totally agree!! As a child I re-read all the other parts but I couldn’t get myself to re-read Chamber of Secrets because that snake was scary af and he had to fight it and a recovering Voldemort all alone.

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