**WARNING: This post contains spoiler alerts**Completing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child may have been one of the highlights of my summer. As a crazed Potterhead, I fell in love with the initial pages when I first started reading it. It became more and more of a page turner, as I flipped through the rest of the book, admiring every single word, every dialogue, every description. After the release of the final movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 in 2011, I thought the Harry Potter obsession/trend was going to come to an end. But here we are, in 2016, and the fascination of the wizarding world still continues today. We have been given a play, the play script, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will be releasing this November. The year couldn't get better. But anyways, back to the Cursed Child - it was written almost like a fan fiction, which is most likely why many praised it. We, the readers, were only given a preview/sneak peak of the personas of Harry's and Ginny's children. We were not familiar with the characters, not even the adult versions of everyone introduced (Ron may be an exception). My favorite character in the play is, without a doubt, Draco. He seems like the one character that has evolved the most; he went from this troublesome, mischievous bully to a matured, sophisticated being. A part of me also pitied him because of his wife's death and his history, noted in the past seven books.
The new Harry Potter play script could not have been better, and I genuinely applaud J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany, for creating the best sequel possible and for not letting the world forget about Harry Potter.