Emilypotter: 'I love this book SO much because when you are reading it, you feel like you are inside the book'. All current reviews of Harry Potter books should probably be addressed to some future audience for whom Harry is book rather than. 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.

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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Harry Potter's life is miserable. His par. Magical start of the fantastic boy-wizard series. Read Common Sense Media's Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone review, age rating, and parents guide. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book Review). This book was written by J.K. Rowling. The genre of this book is fiction. This is a story about Harry Potter.

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Just drop in a mail at toiblogs timesinternet. 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.

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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. Shelves: absolute-favorites , chesuggested-reads-fall Can you hear me screaming? As expected, the illustrations brought this book to a whole new level.

I legitimately want to download another copy, solely to take it apart and frame it. Each page is just bursting with new life. Honestly, how could you not love such beautiful images?

I just can't get over how much detail is present in these pictures! I think at this point, everyone and their great-great-grandmother has heard of this book.

Harry Potter, orphaned before he was one, was sent to live with his Can you hear me screaming?

He was always a bit of an odd child - much to his family's dismay. Things just Like when he was running from bullies and jumped to the school roof.

Or when he got an atrocious haircut courtesy of Aunt Petunia and all of his hair grew back in a single night. On his eleventh birthday, a letter comes to him and a whole new world opens in front of his eyes.Harry is consistently defined by his compassion; it can even be his temporary downfall, as when his choice to disarm rather than kill one of the enemy identifies him amid a cadre of decoys.

But, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has more than that to offer.


Nicolas Flamel, the inventor of the Sorcerer's Stone, agrees that it is in the best interest of humanity for the stone to be destroyed. Throughout the story, there is the understanding that Harry's real family truly loved him and would have treated him well. In fact, the Dursleys are set up more as an example of the damage that is done when a child doesn't have a real family.

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