...how would you continue it and what kind of series would you make?
If it were up to me, I write a whole new book series that takes place after Voldemort was defeated for the second and final time. But, it wouldn't be based around Harry's life and the main protagonist would not center around a kid going to Hogwarts. Pansy Parkinson would be the protagonist and it would be mostly about her life after Hogwarts and she would start to grow up a little bit out of her old bullying and evil ways as she struggles with her adult life and finding love. She also learns to find redemption and deeply regrets being on Voldemort's side during the final battle. It would be a good female-centric series and we'll get to understand events through the psych of someone who is full blooded Slytherin.
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I'd like another series of views of Hogwarts...this time depicted from the PoV of the headmasters/headmistresses or other officials there (though not necessarily told in First Person). That new series could comprise seven books, moving through the centuries, each dealing with a different witch/wizard heading the school--or functionaries in other positions, such as Head Nurse at the Hogwarts Hospital. Book #1 could feature the four original heads-of-houses, perhaps alternating on them through the chapters, with the epilogue focusing on the four of them together...or the three of them dealing with the departure of Salazar Slytherin.
Book #7 could be seen through the eyes of the Headmistress chosen some years from now: Professor Hermione Granger-Weasley.
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