The first book of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, started the series off right. It had a definite beginning, middle and end, though its beginning is one of the best parts of the book; it made me really excited to read the rest of the book.
The story revolves around a very interesting boy named Harry Potter, who lives in a very strange world where there is no wizard's castle or any other such thing as it's like you can't go anywhere without some wizard looking over your shoulder. He goes to school for his magic skills and discovers that he has more than one type of magic to his name. In fact, he might be the only person in the whole of Europe who doesn't have a magical talent.
I really enjoyed the movie too. The characters in the movie are just so realistic and it made me feel like I was in their shoes, which is something I've never really felt about any of the Harry Potter books.
One thing that I loved about the movie was the soundtrack. The movie had an awesome soundtrack, and that soundtrack was the reason why I liked the movie so much. I was always amazed at how good the actors were and there were times when they were acting even better than I thought they could.
While I read the book and watched the movie, I kept wondering how people found out about this amazing series and found an online source to help them with it. There are a lot of sites out there that contain a wealth of information on the Harry Potter series, and many of these sites include a review of the series. They generally cover the books from beginning to end and in detail, but are also written by actual fans.
Another online resource is a website called TVZone. This site actually has a full season of all the Harry Potter movies available on DVD. I went through all four movies of the series and it was pretty easy to see why people went to all the trouble of buying the DVDs.
Finally, I'm going to mention the Eliahu website because it has an online source for the play Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. You can get the entire play in only seven minutes, and if you don't mind a lot of talking and explaining, then it would be the perfect choice for you.
These three web sites offer both online reading materials and review sources, so I recommend you use all three. I recommend that you use the internet to find out as much information as possible and to see what other sources there are for this book series.