Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry The great North American school of magic was founded in the seventeenth century It stands at the highest peak of Mount Greylock where it is concealed from non magic gaze by a variety of powerful ench

  • Title: Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
  • Author: J.K. Rowling
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: ebook
  • The great North American school of magic was founded in the seventeenth century It stands at the highest peak of Mount Greylock, where it is concealed from non magic gaze by a variety of powerful enchantments, which sometimes manifest in a wreath of misty cloud.

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    1. As much as I get excited by the title when I saw it on And As much as I wished to have an Actual book of Ilvermorny, the 'American' HogwartsBut this is NOT A BOOK,yet.It's still one story, Not as ,May be later they will do. about its rich worldِAnd who knowsy be it'd contain more schools' information.ose hot spots around the worldOur World.Please, Make it a real e-bookMohammed Arabey6th Sep. 2016

    2. I decided to catch up on all the things I missed on Pottermore in the last two years I have been inactive on the said site. Here’s what I picked: Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It follows the story of Isolt “Morrigan” Sayre, one of the founders of the said magic school, an Irish witch who was on the run from her aunt who raised her. She is a descendant of Salazar Slytherin and the famous Irish witch and Animagus Morrigan.I adore this tale. It is a quick read that gave me sat [...]

    3. Whoa! The wizardry school in North America was actually co-founded by a muggle! *claps* Loved this one. This amazing woman never ceases to amaze me!My Ilvermorny house is Pukwudgie. Really happy about that! :D

    4. How do you feel when someone offers you only a single spoon of chocolate pastry? You get craving to eat more, right? That's exactly how I feel every time I read J.K.Rowling's write-up about wizarding world. Come on, JKR, I want more. Why do you keep teasing us with such magical stories when you have no intention of writing proper books about the enchanting wizarding world you created and the one we love so SO much? This is really not fair. *sobs*

    5. I love J.K. Rowling and I will love Harry Potter forever! new information and new witchcraft schools are always welcome <3

    6. This was a cute and short story putting the heart of Ilvermorny's history in focus, why and how it was founded. I find it charming and encouraging that one brave girl, a descendent of Salazar no less, could escape and create a life not only for herself but help others heal and grow strong in a place so different from home. William, that son of a Pukwudgie got to my heart, and I do believe that its him after all this time. Bitter as he may be, he had a big heart and stayed loyal to those who dese [...]

    7. A lovely short story that explained how the American wizarding school came to be. It's always fun to delve back into the brilliant world Rowling created.

    8. This is a very interesting story about the foundation of the Ilvermony School in the US. It sheds light on the founders, their stories and origins, how the houses were created, how the school developed and even the problems that happened with ancestors (again related to Salazar Slytherin). It is a very short text but very interesting and enlightening about the story and development of this school.

    9. ONE WORDAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!It feels like I'm back to the wizarding world - but in a new dimension. Ugh. Idk why but I instantly fell in love with the name "Rionach" lol. I hope I can use it for a boy's name but I just realized it's a girl's name. TBC (review)

    10. I can't help myself. This is a brief origin story, but I obviously had to read the history of Ilvermorny. I always struggle with the idea of two very inexperienced wizards dueling with a dark wizard and winning, and find it odd that James is named James (considering this is already a very important name in the wizarding world) but I LOVE that he lives as a muggle amongst wizards for the majority of his days. He is fully accepted, and even revered in the American wizarding world. Maybe this can g [...]

    11. A short but also quite long story written on one page. This is reminds me about the stories of Beedle the Bard, only this is a story about how the American Wizarding School came to be. I love this story a lot. By the way, I've sorted in Thunderbird house of Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

    12. Pretty sure this is just a short story on pottermore? It is the story of how the wizard world came to build a school in America. I was somewhat excited to see someone reviewed this title and then was all, wait, this is just the thingy on the internet? It's fine, but calm down people.

    13. It could be just "one page" but is really, really long.I like a lot this story by J.K, I want to read the story as a book, srly.

    14. (3.5?)I'll read anything that has something to do with the amazing world Rowling's created making no exception here. I just wish there was more of this. The story was great but so short (I know it's a short story but still), hence just 3 stars (actually more like 3.5). Still think Rowling's one of the best authors at creating nuanced magical worlds that feel super real. Loved how this story tied in with the Potter books through Gaunt and Slythering.

    15. So cool to finally know more about Ilvermorny! I hope JK decides to write more about this school. As usual, Rowling does a great job of making a believable and interesting backstory for the school. It is unique from Hogwarts, but still just as interesting. Definitely take a few minutes to read this free story.

    16. I think this short story should be the next movie franchise in the HP movie universe. It’s a wonderful story that expands the wizarding world beyond England and even the Fantastic Beasts movies. I really enjoyed it.

    17. Just by reading this very short piece, I literally can't wait for more. I'm on Pottermore right now trying to find anything related to it, or a sequel. J.K. Rowling never fails to get me attached to her writings.

    18. Ah, kind of a half asses attempt at American Wizards and the Native American stuff is not good at all. Wouldn't mind if she actually wrote a novel that took place here, like present day.

    19. Skvelé, ibaže je zvláštne, že som mal celý čas pocit, že by to normálne mohla byť celá séria. Ilvermorny je cool, len škoda, že toto bolo také krátke a rýchle :/

    20. fun read on the Pottermore website. great to hear the history and understand more about the American wizarding school.

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