“Harry Potter : The Sorcerers Stone Pages 309 J.K. Rowling
What confused me in this book was the Wizard Chess. I watched the movie first, and I didn’t understand it until I read the book. I thought that the wizard chess was totally different than normal chess. It isn’t different at all. The only thing that is changed is the looks of the characters. They have the same names and everything.
If I could change the ending I would have to have Harry fight someone in the chamber where the stone was located. All that was there was professor Quirrel and he didn’t fight Harry. He sort of just latched onto Harry. He couldn’t touch him because his mother died protecting him, but lord Voldemort (Gasp, intake of breath) made Quirrel do it. Then Dumbledore came and saved the day with his Awesome Wizarding Powers!
The characters I most enjoyed were the twins. They were messing around in their room and they kept hearing big explosions going off in their room. They are awesome. They inspire me to be a prank artist. Not really, but I like how they get into trouble and the trouble turns out being fun. De-gnoming the garden. How awesome would that be?
The Character that changed the most had to be Hermione. Hermione started off acting like a know it all brat that was better than everybody else because she could do the magic correctly. Then, as they progressed, and Ron and Harry saved Hermione, she became their friend. Throughout the book, Hermione proves to be useful in her almost limitless knowledge. In the end, she stays behind in Snapes potion test, while Harry goes on to defeat Quirrel. When Harry goes to Quirrel, Hermione goes and helps Ron who was almost killed in playing the biggest game of wizard chess ever.