BOOK REVIEW: Harry Potter & the Cursed Child by Jack Thorne

I remember reading all the Harry Potter books when I was a teenager *cough* as an adult too  *cough* and being transported to the wonderful world of magic. The Cursed Child wasn’t any different. Every page put me in the middle of what was going on and I imagined the scene unravel in front of me.

Deep down, I still wish J.K Rowling had written it and made it into an actual story instead of a play. The level of details she would’ve added to the story would’ve brought us right back where we left off in 2007. I am however not ungrateful for the glimpse into Harry Potter’s life after so long – even though some parts were right out of an after-school-special type of life lessons (the importance of friendship and whatnot…).

Potterhead for life though – through the good and the plays!

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