I agreee!!! About the Marauders and their school years and the first war with Voldemort@ There must be so much to tell! They were so young when the war started. They were the "Harry, Ron and Hermione" of that time! How did they get involved at such a young age! How did they become animagi! What was things at Hogwarts like for them them with Voldemort gaining power!! Yes yes yes please Rowling! I wouldnt mind seeing those 19 years but there is no conflict or anything and Lupin is dead . . . Both maybe but what interests me more is the Marauders.
You can go the sequel route or the prequel. The prequel is not necessary though. The cloak was handed to people born in Godric's Hallow so it wouldn't of ended up to either of his kids. You had to be born there. The prequel would be about Voldemort, but see it starts on the night James and Lily die so..how far back to go..and you go before it's just Voldemort torturing people and before that is Lily at Hogswort. There isn't anything to know of Petunia because she didn't get in to Hogswort and she even wrote to them. The sequel would just be about his kid Albus probably because of the green eyes. Unless Voldemort came back. He can't. Hary isn't superman. I would like to know is occupation though proabably Auror still.
i totally agree,started back at book 1 again last night for about the hundredth time so feel hogwarts:a history would be advantagous although a sequel 20 years down the line would be just as appriciated
I have started reading the books again too. Maybe J.K could write Hogwarts:A History for comic releif like she did with the Quidditch and beast books? I would love another Harry Potter book but then where would it end? We will always want more and I think JK has left it where it should stay: with the fans hungry for more.
I absolutely LOVE the Marauders! I have to admit that I would have preferred if JKR wrote about James and Co. instead of Harry...! I would be over the moon if JKR wrote about the Marauder Era and the first War...
Please Jk this old lady (much to her grown up childrens amusment) is having withdrawal symtoms. A book about the maurauders and their years at school and how Voldermort rose to power would be perfect, also a book about the missing 19 years would bring closure on what happened to all the characters who fought the battle for Hogworts when Voldermoert was finally defeated. One thing I want to say how do we know the invisibility cloak could not be handed to Harry's children where does it tell you they were not born in Godrics Hollow? Just a thought.
Surely the book most worth writing would be a full version of 'The Prince's Tale'. Snape is the one character who could have come from a classic piece of adult literature - he gives the impression of having crawled out from the dark underside of a Dickens novel, and is typical of Dickens' tragic anti-heros.
Unfortunately, JKR doesn't have as much respect for Snape (and non-evil Slytherins) as some of her readers do, so perhaps fanfiction should maintain possession of the potions master, since his author clearly doesn't want this 'gift of a character', judging from the way he was dispatched in 'Deathly Hallows'...