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10 Potter points to ponder 1) The new Harry Potter book is not a novel.
It is the script of the play of the same name, which opens July 31 at the Palace Theatre in London's West End. 2) July 31 is the same day the book will be released. Rowling's birthday. Rowling did not write "Cursed Child". The play is credited to Jack Thorne. Rowling and director John Tiffany are also noted on the book's cover. 4) Critics are, for the most part, loving the two part play. The official Twitter account quotes the Evening Standard "For once the so called jimmy choo high heel sandals theatrical event of the year really is just that." and The Telegraph "British theatre hasn't known anything like it for decades." 5) Reviews have also been strong for Noma Dumezweni, who plays Hermione. There were mutterings of discontent over fact jimmy choo lang white Dumezweni is black, which is a departure from the original films. Rowling has noted Hermione's race was never discussed in the books and praised Dumezweni's performance. 6) The play's timeline begins 19 years after the events in "Harry Potter and the jimmy choo shoes clearance Deathly Hallows". 7) The plot revolves around the lives of Harry, now an employee of the Ministry of Magic, his wife Ginny (ne Weasley) and their three children, including youngest Albus Severus Potter. Albus Severus is named after Harry's Hogwarts' mentors, Dumbledore and Snape. Harry's family was briefly introduced in the epilogue of Rowling's 2007 novel, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows". 8) People attending the play's previews have been given a pin that reads 9) However, there has been some hint. The Guardian quoted the play's co producer Sonia Friedman: "The starting point was: how does a 40 year old man, who's also an orphan and a wizard and one of the world's greatest heroes, how does he do the most basic thing of being a dad when he's had no parenting experience and actually had jimmy choo official website quite a lot of abuse." 10) Another look into the Potter world will hit theatres in the fall, when "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them", Rowling's screenwriting debut based on a spin off book of the same name, opens Nov.
18, 2016. The script is expected to be available for sale Nov. 19.