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James Potter and the Hall of Elders' Crossing by G. Norman Lippert
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Sep 18, 11

it was amazing
Read in May, 2011

I am very impressed by this novel. Honestly, I can say that it is different from, but just as good as, the Harry Potter novels written by J. K. Rowling. It was well-written with new and likable characters and the format of the book was the same. It covers Harry’s son James’ first year at Hogwarts and his adventures with his friends Zane and Ralph. The adventure in this book is a little similar to the Deathly Hallows with the gathering of three relics, but it is totally unique as well. This book some how managed to compliment and expand upon the endlessly interesting world of Harry Potter. Also, the length of the book was what first made me take it seriously. It isn’t huge, but it is longer in word count than the Half-Blood Prince and the following two are even longer. I haven’t read the other two yet but I definitely will. In fact, writing this review is taking away from the time I should be spending on the reading. Lippert has rekindled that overwhelming feeling of curiosity that I had when waiting for the next Harry Potter novel. I am surprised that more people haven’t read these yet. I recommend this book and the following two (even though I haven’t gotten to them yet) to anyone who has read the seven Harry Potter novels.
Again, all I can say is that I am impressed.
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