Harry Potter is awesome. It has a lot of action. Those people are absolute idiots. Rowling's books are gripping, stunning and filled with so much literature.
August 3,7: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is definitely the eighth book in the Harry Potter series, picking up from where we left — nineteen years after the Battle of Hogwarts. Released as a special rehearsal edition script, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is divided into two parts and is spread across four acts and various scenes.
But, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has more than that to offer.
It also has mentions of many dead characters — Dumbledore, Cedric Diggory, Lord Voldemort, James and Lily Potter — and all of them have something to contribute in their own unique ways.
The book is compelling enough, like its predecessors, to force you to not put it down. At the same time, it is a light-reading book with less text, which adds to the ease of reading.
It juggles between the past and the present in ways that could change their future to extents that are unimaginable and unforeseen. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child brings to the fore the troubles of dealing with both famous and infamous legacies, of fragile human relationships, of having a shot at altering your life and deciding who to put first — yourself or others.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is very much a Potter book — it has all the plot twists and turns and characters and quotes that stay with you long after you have read the book.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a beautiful rendition. An ardent lover of chocolates, coffee, chicken, mountains, the colour purple, MS Dhoni and Chandler Bing, she is curious and not-so-sensitive, but at the same time knows how to appreciate life in its sheds and forms and all that there is to see, to travel to, to eat and to imbibe.
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K. Rowling just seems to get better and better with each new entry in the Harry Potter series and this volume, without a doubt, is the most compelling book yet. From the outset we learn that Sirius Black, a notorious criminal that even the Muggles know, has escaped from Azkaban prison.
In the final book of the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Voldemort has taken over the Ministry and has put out a man hut for Harry. Harry cannot return to Hogwarts and must live on the run with his two closest friends, Ron and Hermione.
Nov 18, · A review for the second Harry Potter book. A villain is turning students to stone, and Harry is being framed! Can Harry prove his innocence? Along the way, Harry has to kill a giant snake, write in a diary, deal with an incompetent teacher, steal a car, visit the girl’s bathroom multiple times, turn into another person for an hour and free a slave whose contract has gigantic loopholes.
Jul 19, · A version of this review appears in print on, on Page A20 of the New York edition with the headline: An Epic Showdown as Harry Potter Is Initiated Into Adulthood.
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Book three Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, another year at Hogwarts and Harry meets his uncle the only other living relative. How do you save someone who everyone thinks is a murderer. Harry and friends succeed and reveal more secrets at the school.