Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts I & II

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts I & II

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I II Based on an original new story by J K Rowling Jack Thorne and John Tiffany a new play by Jack Thorne Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first o

  • Title: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts I & II
  • Author: John Tiffany Jack Thorne J.K. Rowling
  • ISBN: 9781781106945
  • Page: 479
  • Format: ebook
  • Based on an original new story by J.K Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, a new play by Jack Thorne, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage The play will receive its world premiere in London s West End on 30th July 2016.It was always difficult being Harry PotteBased on an original new story by J.K Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, a new play by Jack Thorne, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage The play will receive its world premiere in London s West End on 30th July 2016.It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn t much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband and father of three school age children.While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places.

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    1. Emily May on said:

      3 1/2 stars. I completely get why many HP fans will be disappointed with this, but I have to admit: I really enjoyed it. I'd love to see this story play out on stage.So yeah, I understand the sad feelings. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has a completely different vibe. Aside from being a play, it's also a more mature, character-driven, less magical story. It does not feel like an eighth Harry Potter book at all; there's a real disconnect between this play and the other seven novels. And you k [...]

    2. Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies on said:

      It was alright. It was just alright.I know I gave this 4 stars, but to be honest, J.K. Rowling can write a dictionary with Harry Potter illustrations and I'd probably give it 4 stars, so my rating is almost irrelevant here, given my extreme bias.The thing is, it was cute, it was sweet, it was entirely nostalgic to see the old crew again, but I hated the play format. As a person who grew up with Harry Potter, and who is in her early 30s now, I feel like I grew up with Harry Potter and the crew, a [...]

    3. LolaReviewer on said:

      You know, I really hadn’t foreseen the publication of something to lengthen Harry Potter’s story after the conclusion that was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. So, the way I see it, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a lovely gift to every Harry Potter fan out there who has hoped and waited a long time to see their wizard friends again.Though the plot holes are very visible and spread throughout the story, they make for charming and heartfelt conversations between characters, so I did [...]

    4. Riley on said:

      Ok wow where do I even begin with this.My summarized thoughts are that this was a waste of my time. I've seen a lot of reviews where people say this read like fanfiction and they would be correct. Because this IS fanfiction. JK Rowling did not write this. I will repeat, JK ROWLING DID NOT WRITE THIS.With that cleared up, this shouldn’t exist. The play was not meant to be read like this, it was meant to be seen. If they wanted a book they should have made a novelized version but instead they to [...]

    5. Maxwell on said:

      Update:+1 star for (view spoiler)[Scorpius Malfoy, the precious angel child that I didn't expect to love so much (hide spoiler)]-1 star for (view spoiler)[the trolley witchI mean, are you kidding me? (hide spoiler)]-1 star for (view spoiler)[Ron's character being a flat, bumbling idiot. He deserves better. (hide spoiler)]-1 star for (view spoiler)[Rose Granger-Weasley being in it for like 2 seconds (hide spoiler)]and -1 star for (view spoiler)[the Time Turner inconsistencies, no Teddy Lupin, the [...]

    6. Jesse (JesseTheReader) on said:

      I'm not going to rate this. I didn't hate it. I didn't love it. It's just a thing that exists and I'm accepting it for what it is. *edit: I didn't mean for this review to come off as shady as it did. I'm going to make a video discussing my feelings further. I'm happy that we got to visit this world again, but it just wasn't what I was expecting it to be. If you LOVED this book, that's okay! I'm happy that you enjoyed it.

    7. Cait • A Page with a View on said:

      ALL MAJOR SPOILERS ARE HIDDEN.Ok, I actually went into this with zero spoilers and very few expectations so that I'd enjoy whatever it turned out to be. I mean, I like scripts. Harry Potter is my life. We're good. So I really tried not to compare this to the HP books or look at it as an intense fan, but it's pretty underwhelming no matter how you approach itThe story picks up at the end of the Deathly Hallows epilogue where Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, and Malfoy are seeing their kids leave on t [...]

    8. Bookdragon Sean on said:

      Now this was a real shame. It read like some juvenile fan fiction. The characters were utterly lifeless. Perhaps seeing this would be better. The stage actor’s performances would carry the emotion and drama the dialogue completely failed to convey.The stage directions were also minimalistic. I mean we have a basic location set for us, but that’s about all. There’s no real expression or sense of urgency. All in all, it’s just a little flat. The plot is feasible, even if it felt a little f [...]

    9. Nat on said:

      This review contains *mild spoilers*.I've waited for this particular story for what feels like ages, and words cannot even describe for how grateful I am that it finally exists in my hands. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child continues the wondrous magical world that we all know and love.The story starts out at King's Cross with the original trio preparing their school-age children to board the train to start their first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.It's at this time that Har [...]

    10. Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads on said:

      Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsRULE FOR SPOILERS: if it's in the first 10%, and therefore (in most cases) available for scrutiny from undecided readers in the FREE downloadable preview, IT'S NOT A SPOILER.That being said, a LOT of things happen--IMPORTANT things--in the first five percent, let alone ten percent of HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, so if you'd rather go into your read without significant prior knowledge, leave this review immediately.That's the only warning you're going to get.In my ex [...]

    11. Beth Hudspeth on said:

      It's finally HERE!!! HP FOR LIFE!!My post on Hello Beautiful Book BlogWHO'S EXCITED?!?OMGGGGGGGIt's going to be published on HARRY'S BIRTHDAY!!!! OH HAPPY DAYYYYFROM TIME MAGAZINE ONLINE:"There’s good news for Harry Potter fans who won’t be able to make it to London to see the theatrical production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: the play will be published in book form immediately after its debut.The script, written by Jack Thorne and based on a story by J.K. Rowling, Thorne and John T [...]

    12. Kai on said:

      "Hogwarts is a big place.""Big. Wonderful. Full of food. I’d give anything to be going back."Final official review of the script and the play:I've read the book first. You can't expect me to wait 4 days and not read a book that has the name J. K. Rowling on it.I was disappointed for several reason. Because I'm keeping the secrets let's cloak it in a (view spoiler)[.1. Harry's scar hurts again? What a cheap trick after telling us that all was well.2. Ron was reduced to being the butt of the jok [...]

    13. Samantha on said:

      After years of wishing and waitingAT LAST! My precious!! *said in Gollum voice*UPDATED after reading: NO NO NO NO. Terrible writing I can let slide (it's a play so I would expect the acting to salvage that) but the plot was pointless, the characters were, well, out of character, and it feltHorrible like bad fan fiction

    14. Mohammed Arabey on said:

      They're backOne More time19 years later.In a different styleHarry Potter & The Cursed 8th BookDRACO: I don’t care what you did or who you saved, you are a constant curse on my family, Harry Potter.A 'Play', of friendship, courage & anti-prejudice as beforeANDMarital relations, Father/Son issues.A new Story goes farther than ever.avelling back & forth in timeThen back to where it all beganTo close the circle.Once & for all.HARRY: The Boy Who Lived. How many people have to die fo [...]

    15. Giuls on said:

      After Reading:1,5 starsNope, that's definitely not what I hoped this book'd have been.Recensione in Italiano:La prima parte della storia non è nemmeno male, poi però tutto inizia ad essere confusonario e, diciamocelo, praticamente senza senso.Nel complesso comunque sarebbe una storia nella media, una storia da 3 stelline, diciamo.Poi uno si rende conto che è di Harry Potter che stiamo parlando e allora mani nei capelli: ma cos’è sta roba?!?Questo libro non ha decisamente nulla a che fare c [...]

    16. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin on said:

      CONGRATS TO HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD FOR WINNING THE 2016 CHOICE AWARDS FOR BEST FANTASY!!!Bloody Hell!I freaking cried. I was afraid I wasn't going to like this book but I did and I damn cried. This is a SPOILER FREE review so I can't tell you what made me cry. Even though this is about the kids and all of our loves are older, they wrote the book in a way that we get to have some memories of certain things. And my favorite character made me cry again! I really hope they put this play [...]

    17. Emma Giordano on said:

      FULL VIDEO REVIEW IS LIVE: youtube/watch?v=oNTYGI have a lot of mixed feelings on this book. Am I happy we got another Harry Potter story? Yes. Am I satisfied with some aspects? Absolutely. But am I disappointed as well? Unfortunately, YES.L I K E S :Characters:I was so happy to feel like the characters were authentic. Throughout the entire novel, these felt like the children I grew up alongside and their development over the last two decades into adults felt REAL. Everyone was who I wanted them [...]

    18. Hailey (HaileyinBookland) on said:

      SPOILER FREE VIDEO REVIEW: youtu/WUFTFkyDHlY2.5* (I think)So here's the deal. I went into this being apprehensive. My expectations were low and I was right. I just felt like Harry Potter's story ended where it had to end. The questions that were left unanswered kept the story alive as I would imagine what might be going on in their lives as adults. This answers all those questions and then some. I wanted to rate this higher but I think 2.5 is as high as I can go. These characters didn't feel lik [...]

    19. Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books) on said:

      Spoiler free review!This review can also be found on my blog, Dana and the Books.I never thought I'd get to count down the days to another Harry Potter release.I was understandably hesitant about a sequel, but I'm relieved after having read it. It was everything I could have hoped for and not at all what I was expecting - seriously, not at all - but it was perfect.  It was the type of story I play within my head when I have too much time on my hands. I was super lucky to be able to go into th [...]

    20. Darth J on said:

      I need to accio! this book immediately.Sidenote: can time turners go forward into the future?

    21. Raeleen Lemay on said:

      I enjoyed this, but it also felt very unnecessary. Barely anything was gained by the end of the story due to all the (view spoiler)[TIME TRAVEL (hide spoiler)] but whatever. I would KILL to see the play because I cannot comprehend how all of that would work on a stage, and I'm glad I read this, but it's definitely borderline fanfiction in my mind. It was like watching A Very Potter Musical, but not quite as fun.

    22. Ben Alderson on said:

      Wow! What an experience this was. I loved going back and visiting Hogwarts again.Very enjoyable read. Thank you JK!

    23. Brian Yahn on said:

      J.K. Rowling could punch me in the face, and I'd still like it. The truth is, this isn't one of her stories, and it shows. For one, it's not even a book.Regardless, the magic is here, and I like it just the same. The plot might be convoluted and crazy, but the world is magical enough for it to somehow work. It makes for all the thrills and mystery you come to expect from the Harry Potter universe.Coming back to this series felt like returning to school after a long summer break. Although it take [...]

    24. Beatrice Masaluñga on said:

      As you can see on my pre-review, I'm beyond excited for this script book and relive the magic at Hogwarts. It's automatically one of my most anticipated books of 2016 but due to the mixed reviews circulated, I decided to hold it off to clear my mind from expectations and wait for the hype to go down. Until now I'm still hesitant to read but screw it. I'm gonna dive in and let's see if I'm going to enjoy it. Here's what I thought when I finished this book:My fear just got real. This book is truly [...]

    25. Natalie Monroe on said:

      "How many people have died for the Boy Who Lived?”Cynical Natalie: Beware ye who enter. Here there be spoilers the size of Aragog. Nice Natalie: What are you, narrating a movie? Don't scare them. All major spoilers are hidden, but really, we recommend going into The Cursed Child blind. Drop by after you finish!Cynical Natalie: Alright, let's get down to it. What the flip did we just read? Nice Natalie: A lovely story about family and threads we didn't know needed to be tied up, but made perfec [...]

    26. Chelsea on said:

      • review also posted on Wordpress! • Warning: This review contains major spoilers! Don’t read this if you haven’t read the Harry Potter series and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child yet!-------------------------------------If you loved Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, I wouldn’t recommend reading my review. This is going to be a rant! You’ve been warned!-------------------------------------This is the very first time I have rated a book one stars! Believe me, I don’t want to do th [...]

    27. Michelle on said:

      I think the epilogue to the original Harry Potter series, found in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", was a masterful finale to the saga. It gave readers a hint of the adult lives of Harry, Ginny, Ron and Hermione, as well as a glimpse of their children. It suggested the adventures that had occurred in the intervening 19 years without spelling them out. It was a marvelous ending, with just enough tantalizing information given and just enough details withheld to leave me closing the book wit [...]

    28. Taneika on said:

      Just going to keep my original pre-review here BC MY FEELINGS ARE THE SAME Although I do have some negative thoughts about it which I'll go into more detail with later, REGARDLESS, I finished this in one sitting and thought it was like, 95% fab

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