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English | 2007/2008/2010 | EPUB/MOBI/PDF | 5.32MB/5.24MB/8.23MB
|“||A word from the author – G. Norman Lippert:
A word before we begin. You don’t mind, do you? I’d like to discuss, for just a moment, who these story is for, and who it isn’t.
If you are the sort of Harry Potter fan prone to get exercised about the proper capitalization of terms like ‘Umgubular Slashkilter’, then this story is probably not for you.
If you are among that most faithful of fans who simply cannot countenance any slight discrepancy in the number of buttons on Professor McGonagall’s tartan dress robes (six; tortoise-shell) or is driven to fisticuffs about the relative pulling and carrying strengths of Thestrals (1,120 kilograms and 70 kilograms, respectively) or breaks into cold, nervous sweats at the thought of improperly scheduled dates of any given season’s Quidditch matches, (See HPL; ‘Quidditch’), then this story might not be for you.
If, in short, you are among that most delightful and vigilant cadre of HP fans who believe that the Harry Potter stories and themes exist only to support the “canon” minutae of the Harry Potter universe, and not the other way around, then this story is most assuredly and emphatically not for you.
If, on the other hand, you simply loved the Harry Potter stories and characters and were sad to see them come to an end, then welcome. If you delight in shared adventure more than solitary navel-gazing, then come ahead and join hands. If you prefer battling evil over battling one another, then you are among friends. If, in short, you believe that the story is king above all else, then this story, most definitely and affectionately, is for you. Enter and join us on the ongoing journey! I hope you have a grand time.
For the rest of you, surely there is an argument going on somewhere about who the best movie Dumbledore was. I’d hate for you to miss it.
|“||In November 2007, The Scotsman reported that Rowling had threatened legal action against American computer programmer G. Norman Lippert for allegedly violating her intellectual property rights by producing and publishing the online novel, James Potter and the Hall of Elders’ Crossing, an unofficial and unauthorised continuation of the Harry Potter series. Written as a fan fiction project for Lippert’s wife and sons, the novel is set eighteen years after the end of the last official installment in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and describes the adventures of Harry Potter’s son, James Potter, during his first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. A specialist in intellectual property law at Strathclyde University commented that, “If an insubstantial character from a novel is taken and built up by another author in a new story, that can be a defence against copyright infringements.” However, after Lippert offered Rowling an advance copy of the novel, Rowling dismissed her threat and said she supported the novel and any others like it. Lippert subsequently produced a sequel, James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper. After the novel first appeared online in early November 2007, some Harry Potter fans on the Internet initially speculated that the site might be part of an elaborate viral marketing campaign for an official continuation or spinoff of Harry Potter, one either written or at least approved by Rowling herself. On November 9, 2007, Rowling’s agent Neil Blair denied that Rowling was in any way involved with the purported project, and Warner Bros., the studio which owns the rights to the Harry Potter film series, denied that the novel was in any way connected to the official Harry Potter franchise. - wiki||”|
James Potter and the Hall of Elders’ Crossing
2007 | EPUB/MOBI/PDF | 2.04 MB/1.5 MB/2.47 MB | 233 pages
James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper
2008 | EPUB/MOBI/PDF | 1.63 MB/1.81 MB/2.7 MB | 270 pages
James Potter and the Vault of Destinies
January 1st 2010 | EPUB/MOBI/PDF | 1.65 MB/1.92 MB/3.06 MB | 321 pages
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