The Chamber of Secrets is very similar to The Philosopher’s Stone. Though a little darker in tone than its predecessor, this second entry in the Harry Potter franchise is still undoubtedly a children’s book due to its relatively short length and fast plot.
Despite this, however, The Chamber of Secrets still expands upon the foundation of the first book, giving readers more detail about Hogwarts and the wider magical world. The information concerning Salazar Slytherin and his obsession with pure-blood witches and wizards is particularly interesting.
Given that the movie version of The Chamber of Secrets is the longest Harry Potter film, much of Rowling’s work is present in the adaptation. However, there are still a number of details that only fans of the book will know.
How well can you remember the second Harry Potter book?
Answers at the end!