With today being the 4th of July and the recent release of Pottermore’s Ilvermorny House Sorting quiz, we thought it would be fun to Sort a few of America’s Founding Fathers into both their Ilvermorny and Hogwarts Houses!
The “Order of the MoonStone” series continues with “A Dangerous Love”, a short story about the meeting of Dvarius’s parents. If you’ve been keeping up with the books and in-between books, you’ll know that a lot has been alluded to about the love of Dvarius’s parents, but we haven’t received the full backstory until now.
Have you ever watched “Star Wars” and thought, “I’ve seen/heard this in ‘Potter’?” Here are a few parallels I found upon re-watching “Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope.”
J.C. Morrows does it again. “A Treacherous Decision” is a wonderful follow-up to book 1 of the “Order of the MoonStone” series, a dystopian story set in a future U.S. that looks a bit more like the past than the present.
What if Cinderella had been sent to kill the prince? J. C. Morrows gives us further insight into the story that will answer that question with, “A Cunning Masquerade.”
The “Potter” stories are filled with doppelgängers—characters who seem very similar but are opposites. They could have had the same future, but their choices led them down separate paths. Here are a sample of the many doppelgängers in Rowling’s magical story….
“A Reluctant Assassin” is a dystopian novel set in a future United States where monarchs rule, women wear big dresses, and princes must marry to become kings. The story opens at a ball where 25 of the most eligible ladies have been selected from the kingdom in order that the prince might choose his bride. Only, one of them isn’t really a wealthy noble; she is an orphan plucked from the streets and trained to assassinate the prince….