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Catching but too similar narrative structure
14 de septiembre de 2018
The second chapter of Harry Potter sequel is still powerful. The plot catches attention, mostly at the second half of the novel. It's vivid, fresh and full of action.
However, I presume Rowling uses a too similar structure than the first book, probably thinking of the youngest readers: Harry Potter suffering at Dursleys house; starting the first adventures at Hogwarts School; solving the case first with his friends and finally on his own. I just hope that the third book will show a totally different structure that will surprise me.
There are certain issues at the end of the narrative that it seems unclear to me. [Spoiler:] How the Phoenix and the Hat show up at the very critical moment, when Harry Potter was about to die, and rescue him doing what nobody expected. I am not sure about the rational causes of this sudden appearance and I am afraid the ending could be built more accurately, without that rush.