Do we believe J.K.Rowling when she says this is the end of Harry Potter?

“No. No. He goes on a very big journey during these two plays and then, yeah, I think we’re done,” Rowling told Reuters.

When asked about the future of the Harry Potter story, this was the answer we got from J.K.Rowling, famous author of this incredibly popular book series. She continued-

“This is the next generation, you know. So, I’m thrilled to see it realised so beautifully but, No, Harry is done now.”

This might be a bit of surprising, since Rowling often said “never say never” when asked about a new Harry Potter story.

As a reminder, The Cursed Child went on sale Saturday night. It was envisioned as a West End play, but readers got a chance to read it as the premiere hit the London theatre.

Perhaps now, with an eighth story finally out there, she finally decided that the eight story is the one that brings a full circle to the entire universe, and therefor should be the last one in the series.

What do you think? Is this the end? Do you want more?



One thought on “Do we believe J.K.Rowling when she says this is the end of Harry Potter?

  1. Of course, the entire Universe of this world wants more, including me, a dedicated and passionate reader of Harry Potter since age 8!!! 🌸❤✊ Harry is meant to live forever, not only in Dreams, but inside bound magical literature as well, continuing the spontaneity and fierce love of Harry’s entire family…even more so on the part of the Weasley Family…the Malfoy Family…the future of Hogwarts in books for as long as Joanna lives her beautiful life because I know for a fact that She can make Harry happen again and again, never a bore or a bust for any generation of Children & Adult Readers. Harry does not belong buried inside just seven installments. He needs to live and breathe in our hearts, with the quirky and passionate new series of books, thriving with a name engraved so vividly, that everyone will NEVER STOP TALKING ABOUT POTTER. I love you Jo, and I really hope that you seriously reconsider, because our hearts haven’t stopped yet, and neither should Harry’s.


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