News broke last week that J. K. Rowling, who has made it clear that Harry Potter is over, will produce a play based on the famous wizard’s childhood. The play will premiere in London; development begins this year. This move follows the September announcement of a film inspired by the Potter-verse textbook Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Like a lot of other Potter-heads, I wanted more of the story when I finished book 7. I also hated the epilogue (how did Neville and Luna not end up together?!? why did Harry fall for Ginny in the first place???), so I would’ve loved to get some closure on how everyone ended up the way they did.
That said, I really cared about the characters more than the world-building. While the magical communities Rowling created are undoubtedly rich and fascinating, I enjoyed learning about them through…
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