Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix

The wonder that is Harry Potter continues in the fifth book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, where Harry returns to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry after a summer break filled with nightmares about the Triwizard Tournament, the death of Cedric Diggory and the return of Lord Voldemort only to find his beloved school slightly changed. Professor Dumbledore has not said a word to Harry since the end of the last school year and Harry has a lot of questions to him, not least about the Order of the Phoenix. Hagrid is nowhere to be found at the school, but another professor shines as the new Defense against the Dark Arts teacher. While things are getting tougher for Harry, not just since it's his O.W.L year but also because few around the school seems to believe him when he says that Voldemort really is back, his dreams leads him down a long corridor night after night, a dream that gets more and more important for him each time he has it, but will it lead him down the wrong path?

I adore Harry Potter, like so many other people in the world, and there really isn't much left to say, neither about the books nor the story itself. The only thing that's bothered me a bit while reading this one is that it's really, really long and seemed to take forever to finish. I can't decide if there is too many details and if some could've been left out, or it it's just great that the story was so detailed. In the end it's a great novel with a lot of twists and turns and I very much enjoyed reading it.