All about James Potter and the Vault of Destinies (James Potter, #3) by G. Norman Lippert. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for. The James Potter series is an unofficial sequel-series of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter universe, Curse of the Gatekeeper; James Potter and the Vault of Destinies; James Potter and the Morrigan Web; James Potter and the Crimson Thread. Unabridged audio versions of the James Potter Series novels by G. 41, Ep Vault of Destinies Chapter 15, The Star of Convergence.

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She makes her own tzuika, which is quite good. Don’t raise our expectations overmuch, lest we be disappointed that the rest of the country is not as pleasant as you and your delightful associates. Not any of it. They were no longer the enormous old growth of the Forbidden Forest.

James Potter and the Vault of Destiny Review

You know the routineā€¦”. Her voice was pleasant, friendly. I find it hard to believe that a character like his will never come back after performing the spell he performed. It would be rather intelligent deshinies years or daft seventh years students if they all take classes together. They do not change or misrepresent any aspect of the truly fantastic Harry Potter novels.

You know the old joke about where a thirty thousand-pound gorilla sits, right? That can’t be his swan song. Their similar but different house systems, games, etc. In James Potter and the Curse of the Gate Keeperwe met Juliet Revalvier, who was credited as writing Harry Potter’s exploits into a set of novels marketed as fantasy fiction to Muggles hello, obvious reference to J.

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I have to say that this is the best of the series so farI hope there will be more?? Petra’s mother had been tricked into transmuting the curse of Voldemort’s soul into her unborn baby, but that didn’t make James hate her any less. Return to Book Page. In his most secret heart, she awoke a deep, pervasive sense of manly nobility. Besides, he reminded himself, Rose, Louis, Hugo, and all the rest were probably just now settling into one of Professor Binns’ jamrs incomprehensible lectures or a dull study period in the library, off the strict supervision of Professor Knossus Shert.


He was getting taller, was, in fact, nearly as tall as his mum now. Don’t make me come down there. Izzy plopped onto the sunny deck and crossed her legs.

The real muscle is underneath the boat. The author is American, and though it shows in the first two books, it shines here. Something is meant to fit into it.

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I’m kind of hoping now that there will be another book in the series to tell how that all will work out. Any sense of the difference in ages of characters was jjames further from the mind of Mr.

Likable characters’ deaths often seem to come out of nowhere, but hers seemed strange and uncalled for.

Later, however, he’d realized that Petra had been under the influence of a secret, awful curse. This is the 3 rd out of 5 books in the James Potter fanfic series. Workers thronged amongst them, moving on the piers and gangways, silent in the distance.

Hte others have long since settled to their watery graves, having exhausted their magic as their populations dwindled, drawn to the fixed or. Maybe you’ll tell me my lucky lotto numbers too.

Seems there’s some question of whether she’s going to be allowed to come along on this little jaunt of yours, Potter. While turned around in his seat, James saw that the job of the captain was not so much to steer the ship as it was to angle it up the sides of the bubble as it shot around curves, thereby conserving the monumental centrifugal forces and keeping the passengers more or less in their seats.

She was so light, so festooned with bangles, jewelry, and coloured shawls, that it was like being fallen on by a thrift store mannequin. A plus from getting through the last book is details about a certain event is one of the focus in this book.

He found himself rooting for the octopus. He watched, transfixed, as the shape finally resolved into the unmistakable outline of a tiny island, hardly bigger than the back garden of the Potter family home in Marble Arch. I just have some things to work out, that’s all. The houses of the US school are arranged more like fraternities, each with their own mansion in the grounds of the school.


Sort of an attitude thing, right? To view it, click here. I enjoyed this story, as the author, because it gave me so much more wiggle room for invention. Wordlessly, she handed them over to him. Petra ran a hand through her hair and smiled down at Izzy, who clapped her hands in delight. I have to keep reminding myself that none of this should be considered official, because it’s so tempting just to adopt these stories and work them into your understanding of the Potter universe.

The Atlanteans harnessed the power of the volcanoes, though, and used their vents to power their industry. James glanced up at the lighthouse, looking to see what the Headmaster was up to. There was a group of them moving up the stairs, pushing past the others, meandering toward the bow and chattering like a flock of birds. James couldn’t help ducking and covering his head.

Rose got up to join her cousin, and the rest of the Gremlins stirred, stretching and squeaking as chairs were pushed away from the table. James saw that she had her knapsack in her left hand, partly unzipped.

The sun had finally dipped beneath the rim of the horizon, leaving only a faint pinkish glow at the edge of the star-strewn sky. Taking the story out of Hogwarts and into Alma Aleron made it a much more personal story, and allowed me to make up my own rules along the way, which I quite like.

Now, with the next one, we are moving into uncharted territories. And look how fast we’re going! I really enjoyed the glimpse of the American wizarding world offered in this book.