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James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper by G. Norman Lippert
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Jun 04, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: read-in-2009, harry-potter
Recommended to Adam by: Liz
Recommended for: Harry Potter fans
Read in July, 2009 , read count: 1

This one was actually just as whimsical and enjoyable as the first one. Lippert is unsure as to if he want’s to continue the series and I hope he does. The way that everyone is traced back to the Harry Potter books is pretty well done, and how things from the past have other meanings like the mirror of Erised. Then of course there’s the Malfoy vs. Potter feud but with some surprising twists. Also in my favorite part James has to find a way out of Hogwarts, but he’s stuck a thousand years in the past. In case you can’t tell by the end of the book it’s based off Harry Potter number two (Chamber Of Secrets). There are a lot of deaths which go with the end where the mysterious gatekeeper tries to use to get a new host to begin his new world domination with: Petra, Tabitha, Voldemort, Harry, or James. But some of them require the help of others to escape the gatekeeper people like James, Harry, or the new headmaster Merlin where it comes down to trust of one another. Nicely done Five out of Five Stars!! (ps he kind of did continue it by telling the story of Petra in "the girl on the dock")
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You are very convincing mister, I did not think I wanted to read it. Now you have me very interested.


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