Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Book and Play Review

The eighth story. Nineteen years later.

So I read the story when it first came out in 2016, and managed to get tickets in 2017 for a show in 2018. I wanted to wait until I saw the stage production before giving you the full review. As of Wednesday 6 June, I am all Harry Potter’ed up.

This review contains no spoilers of neither the play nor book of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, however the story itself does contain spoilers of the previous 7 Harry Potter books.

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The Moor, Sam Haysom

The Moor by Sam Haysom is something else. If I could insert fire emojis* into this post, I totally would.

For me, this book ticks all the boxes. It’s got the thrills, the chapters that make your skin crawl, and is so wonderfully written. This is one of the best books I’ve ever read. No. Joke.

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The Development, Jackie Kabler

This. BOOK. I’m honestly so obsessed with The Development by Jackie Kabler. The characters. The story. The TENSION.

I didn’t have time to read this all in one sitting, but there were many occasions when I couldn’t stop thinking about this book, so had to make time to read a chapter. I even took it with me when cooking so I could read a page – although, I wouldn’t recommend this, as you’ll be too engrossed that you’ll burn your food (OPPS!).

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The Green Mile, Stephen King

So, I’m late to the party but I’ve finally read The Green Mile by Stephen King and I was amazed and devastated in equal measure – seriously, it took me nearly a week to pick up another book. This book is so incredibly well written and whilst it is a quick read, I could not read this book in one sitting because I just couldn’t take that much heartbreak in one go. Normally, I don’t get choked up when reading books but there were so many points in this book that brought me close!

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