“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban pages 435 J. K. Rowling
I was confused in this book by the fact that Sirius escaped. Almost the whole book, I thought that Sirius was some super evil, mass murderer. He broke out of the most heavily guarded prison in the world. After that, he came straight for Harry. Harry got in a fight, and left his aunt’s house. He sees that the dog form of Sirius. This creeped me out because I thought that harry was going to die. In the end, Sirius went to Azkaban for absolutely nothing!
The character I found the most important to the plot has to be professor Lupin. He taught Harry almost everything he knows. From escaping unimportant grindylows to producing a patronus, Harry really learned from him. Harry benefited in this book alone, from being able to produce a patronus. His stag saved an eight hour younger version of himself, plus Sirius from a hundred dementors.
The character I most enjoyed is Ron. I always thought that Ron was awesome. I thought that when his rat Scabbers, “died”, I thought that it was a big loss for Ron. But when Hagrid found Scabbers, Ron was so happy that he almost forgot about Buckbeak. But when the executioner and the minister of magic arrived, they had to flee. In the end, Buckbeak was saved, and they got away safely.
The character that changed the most in this book was Scabbers, Ron’s rat. Ron, having Scabbers for over 12 years, was like family. But that all changed in the end of the book when Scabbers bites Ron, he drops him. Scabbers ran and Ron caught up with him and grabbed him just as the dog form of Sirius came and dragged him to the shrieking shack. There Scabbers reveals his true identity as Peter Petigrew who sold out Harry’s parents.