Well, well, well. All is well. I smiled, giggled, giggled, giggled, sighed, sighed, and cried (just a little :p). It’s quite a relief to know that they’re ALL in the same team. The reason I rated this book 4 stars—don’t mean to say that a 5-star book needs to be perfect—is because I just couldn’t accept the only 300something pages this book contains (you know, with those such things happened after 19 years). I couldn’t get enough of Harry Potter! Desperately need to find someone to talk to about this book and it’s so frustating since none of my (real)friends read Harry Potter. How bad is that?
Reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts One and Two (Special Rehearsal Edition) by J.K. Rowling
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