The ranking below should be taken with a grain of salt because even the worst “Harry Potter” book is still amazing.Surprisingly, this can be a rather heated subject as everyone has their own and often wildly differing opinions. If you don’t agree with my list, please let me know in the comments below what you’d rank the books! I’m down for some civil debate. Just don’t get too rude.So, without further ado, pick up your wands and prepare yourself for the best Harry Potter books ranked! The first three books are done by me and the next four by my friend Jheel.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets –
This second fantasy novel in the harry potter series is full of thrilling adventures and encounters …..There is a mystery in every chapter especially about the wierd movement of the spiders and the strange messages on the walls of the corridor…..Even the dairy that Harry finds from the girl’s lavatory can talk for itself and show harry the past too!! It is just so cool and fascinating….I totally love it..
Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix –
This is the fifth fantasy novel….the Ministry has taken over Hogwarts…..new rules are overpowering the school….that’s when Harry starts getting dreams about his godfather, Sirius being threatened by Voldemort….he and his friends invade the ministry…..that’s when he realises that these dreams were a bait to bring him here and take his prophecy…a huge battle is on its way…..the prophecy has broken….Sirius is killed…..this story is full of fun and suspence….worth reading for all….
Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone –
Wouldn’t you be in fits of laughter if someone calls you a wizard??……but for young Harry Potter, this was the truth….he had magical powers…unbelievable right??…..he was about to go to a special school called Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry!To learn magic!!…This is where he will face his worst fears and battle with the dark wizards….This fascinating story will surely make your blood run cold….
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire –
A wonderful fourth year in on its way…….where the Triwizard Tournament is due to begin……..students above seventeen are to enter, with the winner receiving eternal glory…… when Harry’s name is read out from the Goblet of Fire, everyone assumes that Harry has cheated……..is someone else behind it. But who? ……..Harry must now survive through dragons, sea creatures and a terrifying maze, all before coming face-to-face with the dark wizards……this thrilling adventure book must be read……
Harry Potter and the Half – Blood Prince –
You get this throwback to the earlier books through some great lighthearted moments such as the Slug Club.But then…you dive into the darkness of the Potterverse. From the return and story behind Tom Riddle, to learning how Voldemort can be finally defeated, to the shocking plot twist within… This book is amazing. It is a high point of the series, striking a balance between dark drama and hilarious comedy in a perfect way. It provides a backstory to the series villain, Voldemort, and deepens characters considerably while throwing tons of twists into the mix about old ones (Dumbledore especially). Snape is also showcased for the first time as considerably more complex than he initially appeared to be and the final twist of him being the Half-Blood Prince is an exciting payoff.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows –
In my opinion, Deathly Hollows is the absolute best Harry Potter book. As the last book in the series, it neatly ties together the entire story that the previous six created. For me, it’s the one that grips at my heartstrings the most. You can really feel the emotions run raw as the our trio of heroes (Harry, Ron, Hermione) make their way through the past to discover the best chance at stopping He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. And I’ve got to admit, the Battle of Hogwarts was near perfection.It’s the finale we all wanted and minor flaws don’t detract for what an incredible experience it was.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban –
The third book of the series is truly the best of the books, despite being shorter than the later ones and early into the series run. Other than just the character development, the story was phenomenal. Prisoner of Azkaban gives readers the pleasure of learning about the Marauders map and brings to life some of the series’ best and most beloved characters like Remus Lupin and Sirius Black. Even though Voldemort is completely absent in this plot, it is no less engaging for his absence. It’s also the first major example of one of the main themes of the series — how do you distinguish good people from bad?