11 Best J.K. Rowling Books List

 

This is the J.K. Rowling books list, a charming, spellbinding and intriguing set of books.

She is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, story-tellers this world has had an honor to surface. She is the creator of the world of Harry Potter, a series of books later depicted as motion picture, that still continues to be a major part of people’s lives. Since then she has also expanded her domain to the genres of crime, mystery and politics. Today we will look at all the major works of Joanne ‘Jo’ Rowling.

Harry Potter lives with his uncle, after his parents died in an accident, at least that's what they told him. Living under the stairs with the mean relatives, his life is sad till the day arrives. Harry is of the age and can join the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Soon Harry will realize the challenges and threats that await him, and in those challenges are reflections from his past. This is the first book of the series that changed millions of lives forever after, including Joanne Rowling's.

Harry Potter awaits his second year at Hogwarts and reuniting with his friends, the first actual ones. But the year doesn't seem to start like what Harry could have imagined. A strange creature warns Harry about going back to Hogwarts, but Harry has no other option. At Hogwarts the torments are never ending, students are ending up petrified mysteriously. An old legend haunts the entire campus, and fanatics have overwhelmed logic. Harry finds himself alone and convicted, with all the fingers pointing at him.

Harry Potter is in the third year of his schooling at Hogwarts. Quidditch has become one important aspect of Harry's life, but everything can never be positive in Harry's life. A person from Harry's past-a dear friend of his parents but an alleged betrayer has escaped Azkaban, and is believed to be taking refuge in the Hogwarts. With soul-sucking Dementors guarding the premises, can Harry have a soulful third year in this School of Magic ?

This year Harry Potter would be witnessing the Championships, not of the legible age to compete, he would make a fine audience. When the results arise, even the headmaster is taken aback when Harry's name comes out of the goblet of fire. Harry has to take up a task that is not meant for his age, and is rather life threatening. Lives are going to be threatened this year, and Harry will again meet his ultimate enemy.

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There has been no news from Harry's friends Ron and Hermoine after the morbid events of last year. Harry is desperate to go back, and talk to Headmaster Dumbledore about the things that happened. He is in for a surprise when he arrives at the school, dark secrets and politics await him in his fifth year.

Harry Potter had a fierce and heart-throbbing fifth year at the Hogwarts, now he isn't sure if he's ready for the sixth year. He was saved by Professor Dumbledore last year, from Lord Voldemort, in a fierce battle. Many adventures lie ahead for the "boy who survived" and he finds a book previously owned by some "Half-Blood Prince"... Half-Blood Prince is widely considered as the best book of the series.

Professor Dumbledore is gone, leaving Harry Potter with a seemingly impossible task of destroying seven Horcruxes. This is his last year in Hogwarts and could possibly be his last year alive, and it is on Harry's shoulder-the future of all the wizards and witches. With Hermoine and Ron, can the magical trio fight what is coming? The finale of the best-selling fantasy series, The Deathly Hallows is also an insight to the life of Professor Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore.

In the small, picturesque town of Pagford, a member of the Parish Council, Barry Fairbrother dies prematurely. Though the town has a peaceful exterior look, inside the town is a battleground. Everybody hates everybody else, and with the vacancy in the council, politics injects a war in the town. Unveiling of deep secrets of powerful people affects everybody. So the question recurs, does the town recognize itself? The Casual Vacancy is J.K. Rowling's first adult book after her fame with fantasy books, and received great appreciation.

Written under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith, this is the first book of the Cormoran Strike series. A private detective who was left incapacitated after he lost his leg against a land mine in Afghanistan. Broke, distressed and almost out of work, he stumbles upon the inconspicuous case, when John Bistrow asks for his help in the alleged suicide of his sister Lula Landry. Often called Cuckoo by her associates, she fell to her death and the police closed the files ruling it a suicide. John Bistrow doesn't agree, and Strike thrusts up to take the job, and experiences once in a lifetime opportunities, its almost surreal.

The Afghanistan veteran, and private investigator Strike returns with a thrilling case of the disappearance of novelist Owen Quine. Mrs. Quine reported her husband's disappearance, something he did fairly often. As the detective looks deeper into the case, he realizes this might be more than a routine. He had in process, a malevolent novel about all the people he knew and everything he knew about him. Then, Quine is found murdered under peculiar circumstances. Written under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith, this is the second installment of Rowling's crime novels.  

Cormoran Strike and his partner Robin Ellacott are carrying on with their Private Investigator job when a bizarre occurrence leaves them without a ground. Robin receives a woman's severed leg in a parcel, which is followed by other horrendous events. There are four usual suspects in this case, all capable and dangerous, would Cormoran be able to pinpoint the culprit before more persons are slayed?  

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