Letter Essay #3- Brennan Schick

Dear Readers…


Recently I finished the book Harry Potter and the prisinor of azkaban, The Book really had me thinking most of the time and I thought that it would be quite easy to type this considering all of the action that was packed into this book and movie series of Harry Potter. It was A Fictional book that had me intimidatingly reading until the very last page. All of the action that was in the book really paid out for another JK Rowling Happy ending. My favorite part of the book was when Harry and Hermione went back in time and fixed what Dumbledore wanted them to fix. Then they walked into the hospital room and Ron was astonished about how they had disappeared a second before they reappeared outside the door.


One of my favorite characters is definitely going to be Hagrid. I feel like him and I have a lot in common. In my last letter essay I mentioned how I loved the Idea and career of being a Falconer, all the while Hagrid was sitting here owning a Griffin. Hagrid also had a love for animals considering he owned a baby dragon that was soon going to be mentioned in the next movie/book. My least favorite character is the same throughout the whole book, and the unimaginable reward goes to Drako Malfoy. Wow! Try spelling that fast… Throughout the entire book, Drako continues to converse in his sarcastic and ignorant way towards the other members of the Harry Potter friend group. This lasted until about the middle of the book when Hermione Slaps the heck (wow can’t say that other word in school) out of him for being to ignorant. But it’s OK readers, never fear! The non loving Drako comes back next year!


If that wasn’t enough, then I have good news for you! Hagrid’s griffin was sentenced to death…  I mean he probably has like three more, but his is the sad grieving moment so just don’t read this sentence… Anyway! All Harry wanted to do was make things right around school by doing… What exactly did he do? Oh right… Nothing! But Something did happen, his long lost uncle (You know the one who wants to kill him) is back and ready to rumble from the dead (That was just an expression, he’s not actually dead).

His name is Serious Black. Yes readers, literally SERIOUS. But you know the cool last name of Black makes up for the unsatisfying word Serious. Anywho, short story short, he was banished to Azkaban for eternity! And Rightfully so may I add. He did after all kill his friend. All was going jolly and nice, until it didn’t. Hey of course there’s got to be a twist to any sort of fantasy magical wand waving, flying broomstick and gory headless ghosts book! So guess what? Black escaped and is know trying to kill Harry. DUN Dun DUUUUUUUUUNNNNN. (Now, PAUSE for a sec, you are probably wondering why I asked you to do this, and you are also probably wondering correctly… I’m just trying to waste space so it doesn’t look like I’m bad at writing and then I get an “F” on this assignment) OK Now that i got another few lines under my belt I’m going to wrap up and say that overall this book to me is like a classic, everyone has read it, but no one talks about it, except for people who do. I am 98% sure that you probably stopped reading by now and started writing a comment based off of my first few paragraph. And Since this one is eternally long I am going to stop and put the conclusion onto another paragraph.


Ah, nice and new. So, in the .81 seconds that it took me to press the ENTER button twice, I remembered to also tell you that Harry’s life got turned upside down when he figured out that his uncle (Serious Black) is actually his friend not his foe, and is on his side in the fight against evil. And the man that he supposedly killed happened to coincidentally be the pet rat of Harry’s best friend Ron. Mind Blown? Yup me too, magical swirly books about wizards and flying horses tend to do that kind of thing to you… it’s crazy right? But anyway’s I hope you enjoyed the book report as I am bored right now and made myself laugh more that a few times. I will post the movie trailer down below.

Thx again for reading!—————————————–Brennan Schick



PS… All the trailers were restricted so I could only find the opening scene but, here you go anyway.


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1 thought on “Letter Essay #3- Brennan Schick

  1. Brennan,
    What I like about your writing is that you can hear a human voice behind it; your letter-essay is interesting and funny at times; it would be ideal if you met all the criteria for the assignment (like including a quoted passage and discussing what you liked about the writing). Oh, and it’s “Sirius” (like the star, and satellite radio), not “Serious” (like the grave tone in Snape’s voice), although those are homophones and if we’re ever playing that game in class and you get this pair that would quite a coincidence. Try spelling that fast. . . .
    Mr. Jockers

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