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I love a great world with relatable characters who seem realistic, even if they are fantastical.

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - J.K. Rowling, John Kerr Tiffany, Jack Thorne I love the Harry Potter universe. I grew up with them, and they will always be a part of me and how I see the world. To me, the story ended after book seven, before the epilogue.

This was not a Harry Potter book, nor a Harry Potter play. This was a play that took place in a version of the Potterverse that seemed to have been created by someone who had never read the books and wrote the story based on a ten minute explanation on what the world and characters were like. If the characters were more, well, in character, I might have been able to tolerate the abhorrent plot and all the holes in it a little better, but they weren't. The only character that was even remotely enjoyable was Draco Malfoy, and even him in a seriously fanficcy "reformed" way. Just no. Nope nope nope.

I regret reading this and I refuce to accept it into the same universe with the rest of the books.