Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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Author- J.K. Rowling    Genre- Fantasy    Page count- 320


It has never been easy being Harry Potter, the boy who lived, the chosen one. Having a teenage son doesn’t make it any easier. Middle-aged Harry Potter and his son, Albus, do not always get along. When Albus conjures up an idea that goes against his father, he gets into trouble with his friend, Scorpius, a friend his father doesn’t approve of. Albus comes to the unsettling conclusion that "darkness can sometimes come from the most unexpected places."

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Main Characters:

  • Albus Severus Potter--- Son of Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley. He has an older brother James and a younger sister Lily. His best friend is his father’s enemy’s son, Scorpius. Blood-Status: Pureblood.

  • Scorpius Malfoy--- Son of Draco Malfoy and his late wife. He was sorted into Slytherin. Scorpius is a pureblood, but unlike his father, he has no problem with muggle-borns. There are suspicions about him being Voldemort's son. Of course, Draco and his wife have always denied it.

  • Harry Potter--- Father of Albus, James, and Lily Potter. He is married to Ginny Potter. Harry defeated Voldemort in what would have been his seventh year, had he attended.


Where- London- Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry-the past.

When- The story starts in 2017 and ends in 2022.

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Review            Amazon Review:

By Mikaela Nadeau

What is there to say about a novel set 19 years after The Battle of Hogwarts?

Harry Potter and the characters - need I say more!? This was actually the best part to me about reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child because it gave all of us fans and readers a chance to see an adult Harry, Ron, and Hermione. The most wonderful thing about seeing these characters evolve is that some have changed for the better, and some have stayed the same.

There was no inner dialogue, therefore you are left to your own devices to figure out who the characters really are. Some may actually place this within the 'Bad' things about this book, however I really enjoyed it. It left me to my own devices to judge these characters, and also learn how true they were to themselves through the dialogue itself. If you've read all the Harry Potter novels, than at this stage of the game, not having an inner dialogue doesn't ruin anything because of our own innate knowledge of these characters.