Friday, February 15, 2013
James Potter and the Curse of the Gate Keeper by G. Norman Lippert
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I am thoroughly enjoying this series. This book forces James to make choices and to come to grips with his own mortality at such a young age. It is James' second year at Hogwarts, making him 13 years old. On the lighter side of his life, he becomes involved in a school play. On the darker side of everyones' lives, he must save both the magical and the Muggle worlds. Lippert has a way of making James seem older than his years, like his father before him was made older acting in many ways. It must be a family trait... or perhaps it is a trait of magical beings, since the other students of the same age act older as well. Whatever causes this, it makes for interesting reading and I'm looking forward to the next installment in James' life adventures.
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