Oh My God Oh My God!

Just like any other Harry Potter fan of both the books and the films, I will not be divulging  any secrets of the book because that is just not good policy to the rest as we are classed more like a family than just a fan base.

The book itself was written by Jack Thorne an accomplished playwright, based on a new story that J.K.Rowling herself had input in. In all, there are three writers involved J.K.Rowling, John Tiffiny and Jack Thorne and the story stays true to the wizarding world that it comes from. I think that is because of the background that Jo has in the wizarding world, that she set all the Harry Potter. And the resources that the others had from asking her while bringing their own twist within the confines of what Jo has already done.

At the beginning of the book, you see the end of the last being used and yet continued on with and I loved how this is done. It is like welcoming an old yet comfortable friend and going on another adventure together. Whether  it is with them directly or not,  I will not say but it is superbly written and so inviting even as the script. So much so that I forgot that it was a script for two plays.

I imagined the characters again the way I had seen them previously in my head and obviously played fantastically by the actors of the films. I can also see why if it was to ever be made into a film then Daniel Radcliffe would be the ultimate to reprise his role as Harry Potter.

There are many twists and turns and even from this point as someone who just read the book, I can see why you must go and see both and not one or the other because you will be left wondering.

So if you have not got the time or money to see the plays  or just the average Harry Potter fan you must read this. But if you are a true fan you will already have tickets and will have had this on pre-order just so you know what happens.

But even if you are remotely curious then get it anyway it is so superbly written and worth the read.

I think this book is worth 4 3/4 out of 5.


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