Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban follows Harry’s successful conquest of the Chamber of Secrets. J.K Rowling’s third installment in the series was released worldwide in the middle of 1999. The adventure begins in traditional fashion over summer break. It is midnight and Harry turned thirteen. He is doing homework during this placid occasion. He never receives gifts or acknowledgment when he is in the custody of his relatives. This time it’s different. A few owls drop by and he receives presents. These include a textbook (The Monster Book of Monsters), a Broomstick Servicing Kit, various cards, and a letter from Hogwarts requesting parental permission to visit Hogsmeade, the wizard-occupied village. Teenaged Harry falls asleep.
The next morning Uncle V goes to pick up his sister at the train sister. Harry is horrified of the announcement. He eats breakfast and learns that a dangerous convict named Sirius Black has broken out of prison. With the arrival of his aunt and escaped convicts, Harry’s birthday takes a dark turn. It’s still morning and the atmosphere is serious. Aunt Marge arrives and praises Dudley (aka Big Duds). She later insults young Harry and his deceased parents. His anger explodes and he subconsciously inflates her body. Tempers fly and Harry threatens U. Vernon at wand point and runs away from the Dursleys.