YES I KNOW, I’M REVIEWING THE CURSED CHILD. Ok guys, calm down, don’t freak and start fangirling. I mean it’s only HARRY POTTER FOR CRYING OUT LOUD. A moment of silence for our dear, departed friend, Severus Snape… *sniffs*
19 years later, Harry, Ron and Hermione have settled comfortably into their lives, normal lives without Lord Voldemort. But that’s all about to change. For young Albus Potter, unlike his father, Hogwarts is awful. The one thing that seems to keep him going is his friendship with Scorpius Malfoy, the only one to accept him for being so unlike his father, the great wizard Harry Potter. When there is a fight between Albus and Harry, Albus is determined to prove himself and help Amos Diggory bring his son, Cedric, back. With the last remaining Time-Turner, he and Scorpius set off on an incredible adventure to save Cedric Diggory. But evils have come back from the past to haunt the Potters, and the mission to rescue Diggory creates chaos across time. Can Albus and Scorpius put things right before another war begins?
I was SO excitled (totally a word) to read this book. Like, um, everyone in the world, I am a huge Harry Potter fan; and I am very happy to say that this book/play thingy didn’t disappoint me! It was just beautiful in every way. A bit different, being a play and all, but I loved the plot – it was just an awesome sequel. I mean you’d think that, after the popularity of the original series, this could never, ever, ever live up to its perfection, but it actually did. Thank you, Jo. You’re a babe. As is Scorpius! He was probably my favourite character because he was so cheerful and such a good friend to Albus. A fantastic book thingimy; I highly advise you to buy this little piece of amazingness, or suffer certain death…
Simi’s awesome new way of rating – clover count: ♣♣♣♣♣♣♣♣ (8/10)