"The Unfamiliar" is the sixth of seven books of the series written by J.K Rowling. She has introduced a new world in which magic exists, making the wizarding world seems more like a real society. Rowling makes it clear that this is not a story about magic's influence on modern society, but rather a book about the struggles between the wizard and Muggle worlds.
The first of the series focuses on the young Harry Potter. He is very much interested in the magical world that surrounds him, but he is unaware of his powers. As the series progresses, it becomes clear that he is a wizard of some sort, and that his parents had magical powers too.
"The Unfamiliar" also introduces a number of other interesting characters. It is the story of how Hermione Granger becomes disillusioned with the wizarding world. Her relationship with Harry grows from friendship to an intense crush. They also come into conflict when they are both assigned to the same task, but Harry wants to do it alone and Hermione decides to go with him.
Throughout the books, there are many references to the wizarding world in Harry Potter's world, and often, when these references aren't being made, they simply disappear as quickly as they appeared. For example, during the first book, the Death Eater Harry, after escaping from Azkaban, mentions a certain Ministry official named Riddle, who was once a death eater, but then turned to magic.
There are a lot of subplots in the series, but they don't really get the attention they deserve, as they are not a part of the main character's life. Instead, they are simply pieces of information for readers to piece together. It can be fun to read about them, and it can help you better understand the story, but sometimes, it's easier just to pick up the books and see what happens without reading all the details.
I thoroughly enjoyed "The Unfamiliar". It was a fun book that kept my interest throughout the whole series. I liked how Rowling explained certain aspects of the wizarding world. I enjoyed reading about how some of the characters developed throughout the series. Overall, I felt that I gained a lot of insight into the wizarding world through reading this book.
Overall, "The Unfamiliar" is another great read from J.K Repton. I especially enjoyed the book's conclusion, which I found to be very satisfying and thought-provoking.
If you haven't read this book yet, I highly recommend that you give it a try. It's one of the best books to read if you have never read a book from J.K Repton before.