Movella Reviews

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16. What If: A Harry Potter Fan-fiction-By Prez

I don't know about any of you, but the minute I finished the seventh book in the Harry Potter series, I placed it next to my side, looked at the wall forlornly and thought "What do I do with my life now?" So I have to admit, when Prez asked me to review this Movella, I felt as though my life were complete again.

Anyways, out of all the Harry Potter Fan-fictions I've read, I think it's safe to say that this Movella has been the best so far. This particular story was different- it wasn't the usual plot about what happens to Harry's kids, an believe me, I love that type of plot but it was renewing to read something slightly different.

This movella follows the life of the daughter of Sirius Black and it was very imaginative, I thought, on how Prez presented it. Meadow had been put under a 'freeze' curse which basically means she can't age so she only wakes up after Sirius has been dead for 30 some years and her  mother is in Azkaban. She is awakened by her godmother (who I thought had a very strong and well written personality) and she receives her letter from Hogwarts. 

What I thought was one of the biggest highlights about this particular Movella is that Prez really stuck to all of her character's personalities and what I mean by that is that Meadow's godmother, who is cold and reclined, doesn't suddenly become the fairy godmother in the next chapter. This was certainly one of the reasons the book was written so phenomenally becuase you could easily acquaint and get to 'personally' know all the characters.

Of course, Prez always manages to flawlessly add little bits of hidden humor into all of her novels and this I love. It changes the pace of the story and doesn't keep the whole thing gloomy and obstinate, which keeps the reader constantly engaged. "If it was really 2017 and she had been asleep since 1981... shouldn't they've at least repainted [Diagon Alley]?" I thought this was a great piece of humor to stick in because, again, it really gave a goo back bone to the character as I could literally see her staring up curiously at the melancholy stone walls with a puzzled expression on her face. 

Next, Prez kept the story interesting with not adding gobs and gobs of description. For instance: "She ran a hand through her raven black hair." gives a good idea of what Meadow looks like and the reader gets the chance to interpret the rest of her appearance, and that's always fun. It makes the story slightly more personal, I feel, to that specific person because everybody would imagine her differently.

Also, through the course of the story, if old Harry Potter characters popped up, Prez managed to keep all of their personalities the same, which was great because who would want to read a story about an evil Harry Potter? Exactly. For instance, I found myself chuckling when I read about Pansy Parkinson's daughter and she explains how her own mother probably didn't even know who all the fathers to her children were. This is exactly like Pansy, just the way I like it

Overall, I truly enjoyed reading this and when I got to the last line and it said "However, with her family be her side, she was on the road to recovery," I got that sweet, gushy feel whenever you read something so touching. The moral of the story was great too- about racism really, just in a hidden sense. I loved it!

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