The life of Harry potter becomes darker as we move further into the epic series by J.K Rowling. The story begins with a gloomy touch this time as the Hogwarts School of witch craft and wizardry is facing dark times since the return of the dark lord.
Many of the school staff still denies the return and say that it’s just a rumor as the very existence of the dark lord but Harry is dead sure that Lord Voldemort has returned to the physical world as he can feel the existence of this evil in his mind and soul and the connection between him and the dark lord is becoming stronger and stronger as the time passes which means that not only the dark lord is gaining power but he is coming close to Harry Potter as well for a final disposition of the tussle between him and Harry.
Professor Snape however has other plans he is inclined to teach Harry the art of blocking his mind from the evil dark lord because in this way he would be able to hide not only his thoughts but also himself as well when the real killing begins.
A secret society also is formed to fight against the dark forces since the attack of the Dementors on the school and other locals. One thing is for sure that the war is quite near.
Jim Dale takes the narration to the next level this time something that we haven’t felt in the previous parts like Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Book 1 and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Book 2 the intensity is high though the pitch is low and also the narrator has added some extra seriousness as well which was surely needed.