Harry Potter:Forever into Eternity: Fan written Novel PDF

Harry Potter:Forever into Eternity: Fan written Novel (Harry Potter Revelations Book 1) [PDF / Epub] ⚣ Harry Potter:Forever into Eternity: Fan written Novel (Harry Potter Revelations Book 1) ✈ Steve Jacobs – Buyprobolan50.co.uk The Wizarding World struggles to rebuild after the Battle of Hogwarts There are still secrets to be told Vengeful dark forces come out of hiding to complete Voldemort s work Will Harry and friends be The Wizarding World struggles into Eternity: Kindle × to rebuild after the Battle of Hogwarts There are still secrets to be told Vengeful dark forces come out of hiding to complete Voldemort s work Will Harry and friends be able to defeat their new enemies and stop the Revelations of Eternity An th Novel that dives deeper into Harry Potter:Forever MOBI :º the magical world and it s dark secretsDisclaimer JK Rowling and Bloomsbury scholastic own Harry Potter.


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10 thoughts on “Harry Potter:Forever into Eternity: Fan written Novel (Harry Potter Revelations Book 1)

  1. George Woods George Woods says:

    if it didn t say who written this book, I sure would have thought J.K wrote it I would have given it 5 stars if she wrote it A must read book.


  2. Barbara Miller Barbara Miller says:

    Good StoryThe plot and story were enjoyable There were however inconsistencies from Rowlings story Voldemort and Ollivander were ignorant about the deathly hollows They only knew of the elder wand This is I consistent with the premise early on in the story This book was also missing the masterful descriptions that JK Rowlings so beautifully wove throughout her series An overall good effort though.


  3. Gayle Chamberlain Gayle Chamberlain says:

    I Salute the EffortThe author is, like many of us, clearly in love with the world presented in the J K Rowland books I just re read the series and felt bereft at having to emerge and leave it behind, it s especially difficult to pick up Muggle books based in magical worlds and not be able to find home as provided by Rowland So, for those reasons, I admire Jacobs labor of love I would suggest though that Jacobs create a team of like minded individuals who can suggest, edit, and cheerlead fut I Salute the EffortThe author is, like many of us, clearly in love with the world presented in the J K Rowland books I just re read the series and felt bereft at having to emerge and leave it behind, it s especially difficult to pick up Muggle books based in magical worlds and not be able to find home as provided by Rowland So, for those reasons, I admire Jacobs labor of love I would suggest though that Jacobs create a team of like minded individuals who can suggest, edit, and cheerlead future efforts Writing a book based on a beloved series takes real guts, and though the story line is admittedly fragmented, the author has them I struggled continuously against the variety of confusing story lines, wording errors, the writing that often reminded me of a local role playing game plot, and a general feeling of WTF That said, I immediately adopted some of the ideas the author pursued, such as an alliance between Harry and Draco, ideas that round out, complete the Rowland stories It s my hope that Jacobs gets line by line feedback on this book, in order to build his skill level His future voice could be an important one for those of us dedicated to the genre All in all, worth the frustration


  4. Larry Fjeldsted Larry Fjeldsted says:

    Not a JK Rowling Read It seemed to me that the book moved rather slow and that Harry was always getting beat up, hurt, next to killed, and it was as if and the bad wizards always knewand better magic that he did.


  5. mary bell mary bell says:

    Not badApart from the terrible grammar etc this was pretty good, it filled in the gaps jk left when she went forward 19 years in book 7 I d recommend


  6. Jamie Jamie says:

    Not true fan fiction The editing is horrible The characters were nothing like HP Not true fan fiction This is something that I would think a preteen girl with a failing grade in English wrote.


  7. Cindy Cindy says:

    Why is this available onWhile you can see that the author put a lot of time into building this piece of fan fiction, it appears that nobody else did Any proofreading looks to have been done by middle school students and it doesn t appear that an editor was brought in at all The misspellings and poor grammar were enough to cause me stop reading after 40 pages It was as if the author used text to speech software and didn t bother correcting any of the incorrectly dictated words The cha Why is this available onWhile you can see that the author put a lot of time into building this piece of fan fiction, it appears that nobody else did Any proofreading looks to have been done by middle school students and it doesn t appear that an editor was brought in at all The misspellings and poor grammar were enough to cause me stop reading after 40 pages It was as if the author used text to speech software and didn t bother correcting any of the incorrectly dictated words The characters were not true to those developed by JK Rowling and I found them to be absolutely unbelievable This was clear after the first 20 pages or so How and why is this available on


  8. Deb Long Deb Long says:

    I did not get to finish this book because someone was using my visa card and they stopped all transactions on it so my subscription got cancelled and for the life of me I can t get it back on my kindle to read not available on , not in any library so I was left hanging at the crucial part of the book If anyone can help please let me know


  9. nancy munsell nancy munsell says:

    Love itIt was good loved it Can t wait forI hope you dobooks like this thank you find


  10. Cynthia Smith Cynthia Smith says:

    Well written, but missed wordsA well written book, but the misspelled words and missing words make it difficult to follow at times A must read for the Harry


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