Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Review


Harry Potter and the Cursed ChildAre you a Harry Potter fan? You must have heard or already read the eighth installation of the Harry Potter series. If you have not, you might want to learn more about what others think about this book since it is not only a creation of the original author herself, JK Rowling, but also incorporated by other authors named John Tiffany and Jack Thorne. Most fans were eager and excited about the eighth book,
which takes place 19 years later after the events in the seventh book. Harry Potter, the protagonist of the first 7 books, is now struggling with his life with being overworked at the Ministry of Magic, a husband and even a father of his three children. However, in this story, Harry is not the main character. The story revolves around the life of his youngest son named Albus Severus Potter. From this point on, there might be a lot of spoilers, so read at your own risk!

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Many Harry Potter fans loved the development of the book, but there are those that have difficulty following through the story. The book is in a script format – it is created for the purpose of creating a stage play for it. Some readers say that they have noticed differences in how the story developed, which made them form a conclusion that it was not necessary Rowling’s own words that made the story, but just gave the approval when the other two authors made the script.

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JK RowlingIt seemed like the story somehow is quite different from the usual 7 Harry Potter books. It can’t be blamed as the style of how the story is created is not on Rowling’s hands alone. It was the other two authors, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne. There is another central character to this story, Scorpius Malfoy. The name already suggests that he is the son of Draco Malfoy. The differences of how the characters are played seemed questionable, unlike how Rowling developed the characters and unfolded within the story. If you are looking for more magic and wizardry, it is best to focus on the first seven books. It feels like the whole story has been forced to fit according to what most Harry Potter fans are used with. It would’ve been better if Rowling had moved the story “forward” rather than going backwards, as it seems that the children revisited the past to find some answers that they are seeking.

The whole story has much to do more with alternate worlds and time travelling, with so many what ifs sprawled into it. It is interesting at a mild level, but most of it is very confusing. It is kind of baffling that a story like Harry Potter or even his son with Draco’s have to visit the past using time travelling. There are so many fantasy stories like that that seemed to go out of whack as the story unfolds. Most of the story is focused on specific events that happened way in the past. All the good elements start to fall apart when the story develops.

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Book Rating
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