this one when at the mall yesterday.
Then I had to read it quickly because the daughter really wants to read it. Well that and once you start reading you are drawn in and want to continue.
It is an interesting extension of the story. And I admit I do like stories that explore alternative histories, the "what if this had gone differently" plot device.
It largely fits well with what we know from the earlier books (unlike for example the Star Wars prequel movies which do not fit with what we learn in the original trilogy). As I was reading the first act I was trying to determine who the cursed child was (thinking of a curse as in a spell). But I think really there are 3 cursed children in it -- and none of them because a spell was cast upon them. And of course, as with the original books, this play pushes us to think about relationships and choices.
Though I must say it seems like a really expensive script to put on stage....