The Chamber of Secrets has been opened......
As the 2nd book in the "Harry Potter Series", this book lives up to its predecessor with just as much magic and adventure. Harry, Ron, and Hermione are back, and after returning to their 2nd year at Hogwarts, a series of attacks happen around school, and words appear on the side of a long corridor: "The chamber of secrets has opened."
Compared to "The Sorrcer's Stone", this book is a lot more mature in both violent content, and the scare-factor. Harry and Ron are chased by giant spiders, students are found lying around throughout the book in a state of shock which is very close to death, and a Baskalisk (or giant snake) is killed with a sword. None of the violence is very descriptive, but the ending scene is tense, and 2 people nearly die. Langauge is rare, but "Mudblood" is said by Draco Malfroy to insult Hermione, which means she has dirty-blood. A fair share of spells and dueling are used as well, and Harry and his friends use magic more frequently to solve problems and fight and such.
What other families should know
Great role models
Too much violence