A continuation of yesterday, click here, here are numbers five through seven of the Harry Potter Series.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix:
This one was full of action and surprises (not all of them good). Harry is in a really angry mood throughout this book, and it bugged me a lot because his anger drove tons of wedges between him and others. He didn't focus so much on his adventure, and I missed that. #5 also gives us a better view of what's going on outside of Hogwarts, like the Ministry. It also introduces us to the worst of the Defense Against the Dark Arts teachers, Dolores Umbridge (who, I might add, I wanted to throw off a cliff for the entirety of the book.)
My favorite of the seven, #6 was the calm before the storm. I loved the Pensieve and the memories that Dumbledore had. Although this book is rather slow, I did enjoy the mystery behind the Half-Blood Prince. It made you think back to the previous novels for anyone that could have written in it. Hermione bugged me with this one, because she didn't let up on Harry and the Prince. This novel also had a very shocking ending, to which I cried. A lot.