James Potter and the Crimson Thread (Print PDF 34 MB) · James Potter and the Crimson Thread BOOK 2: James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper. In case you didn’t suspect it from the title, this is the sequel to James Potter and the Hall of Elder’s Crossing. Not only are we following James in. Curse of the Gatekeeper is the next book in line in the James Potter series. Is it as good as the first one? Got to read here to see the answer.

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Maybe I just can’t stand double L’d words to never be double L’d, maybe I didn’t like the story, perhaps I just don’t like the style of writing – I don’t know what it is about these, I just can’t dive into them. Norman Lippertan unofficial follow-up to Harry Potter.

Having just come off the pottr of my review of the first book, I’ll try and do as justice to this book as much as I can. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: I liked Albus a lot more and he just got outrageously sidelined.

The first book had left me excited for more, and so immediately after finishing the first I devoured the second. It just seemed a bit too fast and without enough cause. In this book it became rather clear that Mr. So, due gatfkeeper possible copyright infringement legal actions, this book cannot be made for sale.

Rowling and related rightsholders, has recorded the first three books, with the final two currently in production. He has also received some flack from his writing. But, he still appears in this book as a hologram. Is this the first in this new series? JK Rowling made a statement during Order of the Phoenix that she was going to kill off Mr Weasley, but decided against it.


But now about the book. So for Scorpius to be sorted to Gryffindor, and Albus in Slytherin, is necessary for this theme. Well, turns out I was wrong. It;s time now to mention how much Ralph grew on me,he is such a Ron Weasley version,I freaking love him. Now, I felt a little mad about this.

But, they became friends at the end Crazy, huh? However I could have dealt with this stretch of magical ability–chalking it up to “Albus has inherited Harry’s magical potential” or something like that, cutse then other first year characters start having similar issues in being able to perform magic far out of the range of believability for a first year to be doing.

Next there was the growing distinction between brothers plot line between Albus and James that I found on the whole well done until something came along to upset this nice little train–and again it goes back to one of the weaknesses of the first book, that Mr. Reader Trent Rayner commented on the book, stating how, “G. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

James Potter and the Hall of Elders’ Crossing

Norman makes you keep reading and reading,he also makes you really attached to the characters. Print files coming soon, as well as the amazing audiobook from LivingAudio. As does the integration of Merlin’s story. Conclusion Although I have some dislike with some things dealing with Curse of the Gatekeeper, I enjoyed reading it. Yup, just as Draco, you hate Scorpio in an instant.


Overall, if you liked the first one you’ll probably enjoy this one enough to finish it. For more information, do visit their official website.

They each bring in there own personality.

The James Potter Series by G. Norman Lippert

The story can’t definitely end here, can it? I feel so happy to be ‘lost’ in Hogwarts all over again. I had a similar complaint with the story length as I gatekreper with the last one.

He would have known better. James Potter and the Hall curde Elders’ Crossing. I only want to finally say that this series is absolutely promising and worths a try! And the way Hogwarts history is enacted, playing out scenes that were mentioned in HP stories, ties things together so nicely. Lippet was repeating himself on that theme.

That scene reminded me of how it felt, even after I thought I was done mourning, and even reminded me of back when I was little playing at my other great-grandparents the last who died in ’07 house, with the yard of many pecan trees and the secret passage from the middle bathroom to another room which led back to the front of the house.