Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts One and Two: The Official Playscript of the Original West End Production: Playscript. With the conclusive and final dialogue from the play.

February 21, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

An enjoyable revisit to an excellent world 3.5 of 4 stars[…]This is a difficult book to review I admit – mainly because of mixed feelings, which to be clear from the outset does not mean that I disliked the book at all, just that I had certain issues.I don’t want to give away too much about the plot in this review. Time has moved on. Harry and Ginny have three children and their middle child Albus is about to attend Hogwarts. It isn’t easy living in the shadow of such a famous wizard – big boots to fill and…

Anonymous says:

Entertaining, but doesn’t fit I was very excited to pick this up, and would certainly describe it as an entertaining read. I can’t say I particularly enjoyed it however.First thing to be clear about- it’s a play script, for anybody who wasn’t aware. Personally that’s what I was expecting, but I know it’s not for everyone. As a script, it’s writing and structure are good.The reason I didn’t enjoy it too much is that it doesn’t really fit in the “world” JK Rowling created through the Harry Potter…

Anonymous says:

Worse than fan fiction The cursed child takes much beloved characters & stories and reduces them to a series of random jumps across time for no reason. The script is lifeless and lacking in Rowling’s usually excellent dialogue. Not fit to be part of the canon.

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