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James Potter y la Maldición del Guardián (James Potter #2)

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A summer of change brings James Sirius Potter back to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with a new perspective. Confident that last year's adventures are well behind him, James prepares for the more prosaic challenges of schoolwork, trying-out for the Quidditch team, and keeping an eye on his brother Albus and cousin Rose.

A new year brings a new adventure, however
ebook, 459 pages
Published 2008
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Marisha Darice These books are fan fiction spin-offs. They're about the children of Harry, Ron, Hermione, etc.
Marisha Darice No, this is the second book. This first is the Hall of Elder's Crossing.
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Huda Yahya
May 20, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
هذه السلسلة الجديدة بالتأكيد تصلح لمهوسيين هاري بوتر
الرواية طبعاً وليس الفيلم
فسلسلة الأفلام لا تحمل حتى 1%من بهاء الرواية و سحرها
حتى مع كل المؤثرات الخاصة المبهرة
لم تجاري خيالي وخاصة بطريقة المملثين في الآداء التي لا تقارب جمال الشخصيات المرسومة
-خصوصاً دمبلدور الذي لم يقترب
Michael Gambon
من روحه ولو بنسبة ضئيلة ،الرجل لم يقرأ الرواية حتى
من أين له أن يعرف دمبلدور؟؟

G. Norman Lippert
بكتابة 3 أجزاء حتى الآن من سلسلة جايمس بوتر وهي مبنية على عالم هاري بوتر كما عرفناه
ولكن في هذه المرة البطل هو ابن
Mar 02, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Sarah by: Clorissa Rene' Hurst
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To be honest, I didn't read the whole book, but I think that what I read is enough for me to share some thoughts.
I appreciate Lippert's decision to continue these series, but I didn't enjoy it. I don't think he is a good writer, since the book was filled with unessecary dialogs that annoyed me so much. I'd read this in a review of a friend and I said to myself that I like long dialogs, it shouldn't be a problem. Well, turns out I was wrong. Also, Lippert uses his imagination and makes stuff up t
Jun 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When the Harry Potter book series finished it didn't quite dawn on me that it was 'the end', I knew I could quench my magical needs by just watching the films, but that was until the last instalment of the Harry Potter film came out. It was then whilst sitting in the cinema I finally realized there isn't going to be any more Harry Potter. Sounds quite sad now I'm admitting it, but I actually had a little silent cry to myself, in the cinema, with my brother staring weirdly at me.
That's why when
Jan 16, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Lippert's James Potter books are delightful. They are a rebirth of the Harry PotterUniverse. It is a real shame that he is not getting compensated for these wonderful stories that so well continue what JK Rowling created. I plan to read his original work.

The characters evolve, growing over a year at Hogwarts. Elements of the HP books form the backbone of the story but the modern muggle world gives us a current feel, and a slight technological, scientific descriptive undercurrent works well.

In h
Dec 20, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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I didn't enjoy this book nearly as much as the first James Potter novel. Again, if the Harry Potter novels felt formulaic, this one felt even more so.

While I have no objection to killing off characters in a novel, somehow it feels wrong for a work of fan fiction to kill off an established character from the works it's derived from. The death was eventually shown to be necessary to the plot, it seemed Lippert could have come up with a better mechanism that didn't require taking such drastic liber
Jyotsna Ps
Oh no..oh no...This book is so all over the place!!
Lippert has these grandiose ideas, not one but ten that he tries to put into each book. Its like awesome concept 1.... Bunch of frustration, concept 2.... Frustration..... And then it all blows up on your face!!

Ok things that really annoy me to no end......**Some Spoilers**

1) James Potters' angle of obtuseness continues to increase.... He has tried to make James the hero without hero factor....not working at all!!!

2) he has literally trampled t
Samuel Johnson (the dictionary man) once famously said to a young author whose book he'd been asked to review that there were parts of it that were good, and parts of it that were original. But the good parts were not original, and the original parts were not good.

This book is largely the opposite. The original characters (including those that might as well be original characters, because J.K. Rowling has done little more than write their names on a genealogical chart) worked well for me, but t
Cindy Compton
Feb 04, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
G. Norman Lippert produces yet another enjoyable book in the James Potter series. I was so excited when I found these thru Goodreads. He really stays true to the characters created by J. K. Rowling in the original series. I enjoy the way he introduces historical characters (Merlin, Ben Franklyn, and others) into the Potter world. He also slyly inserted even Ms. Rowling into the books as one of the new professors at Hogwarts this term as an author who is known for fictionalizing the Harry Potter ...more
May 28, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
When Merlin speaks, I hear Optimus Prime in my head...
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