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Is “A Cursed Child” Really the End of Harry Potter?

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First off, is it really over? The reason why this is such a big question is because this isn’t the first time Rowling said that she was done with Harry Potter as a whole. After her last book,  “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”, the author said that she was done with Harry Potter and she wouldn’t be continuing on with the series anymore. Being a fan myself, it was hard to hear that because one of the most beloved stories of this and the last generation is finally coming to an end. The Harry Potter series as a whole follows a young boys life after he finds out that he is a wizard while The Cursed Child follows Harry’s kid and his journey through Hogwarts and his relationships with the children of other characters in the original Harry Potter series.

 

 

Many people have heard about the bestselling author, JK Rowling, coming out with a new book that focuses on the continuation of Harry Potter. Written in play format, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” was the biggest selling playscript since they began recording sales. The book sold over two million copies within the first 48 hours of it coming out. But probably the biggest shock is Rowling saying that she was done with the series and world as a whole. This revelation comes with some questions from her readers.

But when she came out with the playscript, I think that it gave us a little hope that she will continue with Albus and his friends. There is always that looming thought in the back of our heads. What will she do next? Now I think that this is a question that plagues both Rowling, and her readers. The author has a lot to live up to in terms of quality of her next book. For the fans, there will always be that feeling that something is missing in her next series. It is something that happens often when an author has a big   I think we all just hope that what she has in store for us will be just as captivating and as thrilling as Harry’s life. Personally, I’m not quite convinced that JK Rowling has had enough of Harry Potter yet to give it up entirely, but that could just be me being hopeful. What do you think?

 

 

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