WARNING: SPOILERS INCLUDED After reading The Goblet of Fire, I thought the series could not get better. It did. And The Order of the Phoenix, where Harry faces the unreliability of pretty much the whole Wizarding World, has to top anyone's list of favorite books. Every chapter had a new surprise and the plot could not have gotten any better. It all starts when some dementors attack Harry, and using the Patronus Charm to defend himself almost causes his suspension from Hogwarts. This happens while Harry is trying to figure out why Dumbledore has shutted him from the rest of the Wizarding World, and happens when the Minister of Magic himself has created a rivalry with Dumbledore. Just when things couldn't possibly get worse, they do. At Hogwarts, a horrible Defense against the Dark Arts teacher awaits him (perhaps worse than Snape), and of course, Voldemort does too. He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named had returned, and Harry feels like he is being used. That might just be true, but with Dumbledore shutting himself out, almost the whole Wizarding World against him, and more problems at Hogwarts, will Harry have what it takes to fight Voldemort, and more importantly, does he have to accept defeat this time around? Or will he once again step up and overcome Voldemort for the 5th time in the series?