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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With unexpected events happening all around him, James needs his friends more than ever to keep him on his path, and not the one his father led. I regret to say I’m in the former group, but hope anyone in the latter group enjoys this as much as they no doubt squealed over the first.
I like the idea of him, sure. I couldn’t really buy the reason that a school for magic was necessary from this book series like I could from Rowling’s original work, and that there were far too many “special exceptions” of characters being “beyond their normal level of magical abilities” for me to wonder if there was a “rule” at all.
In he second book, time travel plays an important part quite effectively. The legendary Merlin who can banish ppl to the netherworld in a snap, actually has a whole page devoted to stopping a mere train that’s hurtling on a broken track That might’ve worked on my mum back in the day, but that’s only because she had an overdeveloped sense of responsibility.
Rowling in the original series. Of course, like my theme, some things remain the same. I believe the bloodline would have been a better plot device for the story. Norman Lippert is an artist and author of several novels and short stories, includingThe Girl on the DockThe RiverhouseRedeyeThe Nightmare Pearland The Freezing Seasonwhich is currently in development as a feature film by award-winning director Kellen Gibbs.
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Want to Read saving…. Norman had to kill him.
Lippert has these grandiose ideas, not one but ten that he tries to put into each book. Our favorite characters are back. I was so happy JK. The first book had left me excited for more, and so immediately after finishing the first I devoured the cuese. And you know what? In terms of plot, the story did well with pacing though I think Mr.
They have a tradition of over a years of evilness, why would they stop so suddenly, in just 19 years? Like the first one, there are enough differences to keep you hooked.
May 13, Elizabeth rated it did not like gatemeeper Shelves: The thing that bugs me about this book, is the length of some of the chapters. I plan to read his original work.
James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper
Click to open and read book in new tab! Trivia About James Potter and With the Gatekeeper looming, preparing its prophesied human host for a final reign of doom, James, Rose and Ralph forge unexpected allies in a last-ditch effort to stop it before it is cugse late. Lippert added more characters te the story. A summer of change brings James back to Hogwarts with a new perspective. Norman Lippert Goodreads Author. Lippet was repeating himself on that theme.
The big bad this time is the gatekeeper and his human host. His hate towards Ralph Dolohov completely understandable.
Not to fear, Zane makes some appropriately kooky cameos throughout the year, imparting wisdom from a safely disengaged viewpoint that makes James’ headstrong and conclusive first impressions a little easier to deal with.
And like Jakes stated in the last review, James Potter series felt like it was a detective type of book.
I enjoy the way he introduces historical characters Merlin, Ben Franklyn, and others into the Potter world. The reason is not to put down the author, because I believe that would be an injustice to his abilities and potential, but simply to offer my perspective as a reader.