Spinnaker previously published a negative review about Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The following review offers a different perspective of the book. For nine years I have been waiting alongside the Potterhead community for any glimpse into the mysterious and exciting world of Harry Potter. “Harry Potter and the […]
The anticipation has been building around “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” for weeks. Today, the book (actually, a screenplay) centered around Harry’s middle son Albus years after the infamous Battle of Hogwarts hit the shelves of bookstores everywhere, where it was promptly purchased by lines of eager children, […]
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