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Help needed converting PDF of "James Potter and the Hall of Elders' Crossing" Calibre. E-Books · Mark Forums Read. James Potter and the Hall of Elders Crossing (the "Work") is Harry Potter . could see the endless corridor of the Hall of Mysteries stretching away behind it. James Potter and the Hall of Elders Crossing (James Potter, This book is about Harry Potter's son James and his experience at Hogwarts. There are at least 3.
I loved the middle part of the book: Chapters ! Specially the scene of the Grotto's keep! Also, i must add here, the sketches in each of the chapters was quite well done, and add much to the overall feel of the book! The Science of Apparition was so well explained, that it once again made me regret, why i was not a student at Hogwarts.
What I disliked: 1.
James comes across as a rich kid, having loving parents including a celebrity dad , who knew his destiny since he was a child.
He's everything that Harry was NOT, as an 11 year old. His past is untainted -- he has never felt loss and pain in any way. The initial part of the book dabbles too much with the ways of Muggles for any Muggle's liking. And James' natural talent lies in Football?
Oh no! The villain is not exactly the villain. Give us someone like The Dark Lord. I wish we could see more of the old characters.
Other than a fleeting mention, or just a few random scenes, we don't get to see them at all! Missed the trio!
Moreover, there was no mention of classes like Potions, Charms, etcetra, and the subjects introduced instead, like Technomany and Divination seemed, at least to me, too advanced for a first year! S: Of course, remember that being a super-big fan of the original series, I'm being overtly critical! Norman Lippert.
The book was written in the essence of the Rowling books, which I was thankful for. In fact, for fan fiction, the book was very well written. I enjoyed it immensely. All Potter books have the Quidditch scenes. Sorry, but quidditch is boring and I find myself skimming over the paragraphs hoping not to miss anything important, but really not interested in the actual sport part of it. James has two friends—Zane and Ralph. It took me a short while to get used to them.
Yes, I saw James as being Harry but found it difficult to replace his two friends with Ron and Hermione. The interesting thing that happened at the hat sorting was that the three friends were placed in different houses. It will be fun to see how that turns out. Going back to the subject of Harry Potter, he makes several appearances. I think that was the hardest thing to cope with—Harry as an adult, as a parent.
Especially as I think of him as a teenager. He was there to be a father or to do his job, but James was the main character.
Another thing I liked about this book was the references made between the original books and this one. They served as well placed reminders of what happened then, and connected the two series.
It was like reading about old friends and revisiting precious memories.