James Potter and the Hall of Elders' Crossing
Publish date: 2007
Publisher: G. Norman Lippert
Pages no: 549
Edition language: English
Series: James Potter (#1)
Read this review, and many more on my blog October Tune!I wanted so badly to like this story. But I just have to admit that I did not like it at all. I found out about this about two years ago, when I was desperate to find some nice fanfics about Harry Potter. But when I first started reading it, I ...
As a piece of fan fiction, this is an extremely impressive book. As a continuation of Harry Potter, I feel that it fell short of my expectations. Most of the novel followed Rowling's original descriptions of the magical world and Hogwarts. There were some instances that didn't quite fit. For exampl...
This book brought me back to HOGWARTS. It has a great storyline and follows the way Rowling wrote the original series. Although, this is not an official sequel, it is nice to think about the way things worked to the next Potter Generations. Lippert truly has an amazing imagination.
I love JK Rowling. So, I'm rather dubious about his "series". However, I might give it a try.