JK Rowling has conveyed her contentment after seven books, eight films and one Broadway play. The Harry Potter series has come to an end, but the magic still lives on. The story of Harry has come finally through and the author feels if something else is added, then it will become stretched. Rowling is rather satisfied with how the story turned out and its time to walk away before Harry Potter loses its charm.
JK Rowling along with director John Tiffany and playwright Jack Thorne co-created Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and has conveyed all that should have been about ‘The Boy Who Lived On’. The audiences should not expect a sequel to the play, as the story should be left with Harry sharing a relationship with his son Albus Severus Potter, which is also the plot of the play.
The story made a move forward as the epilogue of the seventh book clearly implied at Rowling being more interested in Albus Severus Potter’s character and if the story starts to incorporate Harry’s grandchildren then it will be a cynical move and would end up being too strained. Even though fans keep pushing Rowling with more on the Harry Potter front, she does know when to call it quits.