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I do not read Harry Potter fan fiction so I have never looked it up. However, while searching for something else I stumbled across fan fiction by G. Normal Lippert and I now want to read his stories. I just need to find the time to do so! Apparently, author J.
Norman Lippert , an unofficial follow-up to Harry Potter. During which, he attempts to stop the "Merlin Conspiracy" that promises to unleash a war between the wizarding and Muggle worlds. The book was published online in November , and received widespread critical and media attention upon release. It has currently been translated into more than nine languages, and has been made into an independent short-film by filmmaker, Kellen Gibbs. James Potter thinks he knows, but as he begins his own adventures at Hogwarts , he discovers just how much of a challenge it really is to live up to the legend of the great Harry Potter. As if it wasn't enough dealing with the delegates from the American wizarding school and figuring out the mysteriously polite Slytherins , James and his new friends, Ralph and Zane , begin to uncover a secret plot that could pit the Muggle and Magical worlds against each other in an all-out war.
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Since first coming to wide notice in the late s, the Harry Potter book series by J. Rowling has engendered a number of legal disputes. Rowling, her various publishers and Time Warner , the owner of the rights to the Harry Potter films , have taken numerous legal actions to protect their copyrights, and also have fielded accusations of copyright theft themselves. Another area of legal dispute involves a series of injunctions obtained by Rowling and her publishers to prohibit anyone from distributing or reading her books before their official release dates. The sweeping powers of these injunctions have occasionally drawn fire from civil liberties and free speech campaigners and sparked debates over the "right to read". Outside these controversies, a number of particular incidents related to Harry Potter have also led, or almost led, to legal action. In , a man was sentenced to four years in prison after firing a replica gun at a journalist during a staged deal for stolen copies of an unreleased Harry Potter novel, and attempting to blackmail the publisher with threats of releasing secrets from the book.