In my opinion below average. Pretty much cliche fanfiction. If you read one you read them all. Worst of all there's are a.....TALKING SYSTEM! The worst kind! It speaks like--- 'Hello, young one' like the fuk Lol?! Moreover, cliche dumbledore is apparently bad etc. It would be more unique to see the point of view of a pureblood society or something however here mc I feel is another pro muggle proud nonsense type character which is boring. ; Lastly, apparently, he is supposed to be a pureblood but is raised by muggles or something??-why not be a muggle-born then?!I want something different you know... :(
Well written, close to 0 grammatical errors. Updates were pretty high for now, though I do expect it to drop a bit after the start. Story development is as generic as possibly can be so far. The main character has nothing interesting or unique about him. World background is just mostly canon HP with a few additions like the generic magic core thing and a few new families and one girl that isn't canon.
Writing quality: pretty good in the first place compared to allot of the stuff I've read, it gets better further into the book. Barely any mistakes in grammar either. Stability of updates: good, a little bit unstable with gaps every now and then that only last a few days. Story development: amazing, delves into the world it's set in and even builds up more. Character design: great, for once the characters actually feel like real people and act like a real person unlike many other books that make the side-characters cater to the mc every whim and seem to only exist for the mc. world background: the author mentions unnecessary characters and makes it apparent that the world isn't halted around the mc and that there is other stuff happening that the mc isn't apart of. it gives a sense of realism that you don't get with other books that pretend that only the stuff that is happening around the mc is important. it shows that there is more going on than what you see.