Jack Thorne’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

As a hardcore Harry Potter fan, I was reluctant to read this. It took me nearly two months to read finally sit down and read it, and when I did, I couldn’t put it down. I was done in a day and a half.


It was with hesitation that I started reading the “eighth story” of the Harry Potter franchise. The last time a new Harry Potter book came out was the day after my high school graduation and admittedly, I was way more excited then.


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child brought back many familiar characters while introducing us to the children of said characters. These children have a hard time connecting with their parents and in the process of trying to do something brave, they end up almost changing the Harry Potter ‘verse entirely. I think Ron became my favorite character in this book (mostly because Luna was never quite mentioned) because he retained his honesty and humor in dire times.

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Despite some nostalgic feels, and being able to read a Harry Potter book in less than two days, the story honestly felt like fanfiction that became almost believable enough so they changed it into a play and it took off in popularity. It left me a bit disappointed but that happens from time to time.




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