Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the latest instalment of the Harry Potter Series. I got the first Harry Potter book back in 1997 when it first came out. I remember reading the book, but wasn’t grasped to it. Seeing the movie at the cinemas, I loved it even more. More films came out I didn’t read them. It wasn’t until I borrowed the books from my friend Simon to read again I fell in love with the books. Knowing this is one of the last books JK Rowling will be writing in this series, I wanted to save it.
Downloading the book onto my Kindle, I read the first part, over a couple of nights before going to sleep. I loved the magic of it, the fascination of the continuation of the characters and the story. The first half went so quickly, I wanted to save the second part but that didn’t happen, as I got home I wanted to read it straight away.
The book to me was fascinating and exciting, I loved reading it as a play, it was easy to follow and easier to picture the scenes in my mind. I would love to go see it on stage, but not likely to happen for a whilst. I’d totally recommend this for fans who are a bit reluctant due to the style of which it is published as it is a play and not a novel, it is just as easy to read as the original novels.