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'Harry Potter' official ebooks now available on Pottermore

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 27 Mar 2012 2:06 User comments (2)

'Harry Potter' official ebooks now available on Pottermore The popular franchise is now available in multiple formats from Pottermore.
Five years after the release of the last novel and almost a year after the release of the last movie in the series, you can now download the highly-anticipated official ebooks for the series.

Last year, author JK Rowling created the Pottermore site with the expectation that ebooks would eventually be made available. The books are now available in ePub, Kindle, Nook, Google Play and Sony Reader formats.

Once you register at Pottermore, you can buy the first three books for $7.99 each and the last four for $9.99 each, or buy the whole set for a discounted $57.50. After purchase, you can download the books up to eight times, in any choice of formats, from Pottermore. Once it is connected to your Kindle or Nook account, for example, it can be downloaded an unlimited amount of times for those devices.

While pirates have had access to each of the ebooks for years now, many fans will appreciate the formatting of the new books, including original illustrations. Into the future, "enhanced editions" will bring audio and video content.

Buy them here: Pottermore

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2 user comments

130.3.2012 22:14

Not a Harry Potter fan, but I'm glad for Ms. Rowling's fans that they can now get the entire series on any eBook that they choose.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 30 Mar 2012 @ 10:15

231.3.2012 04:07

Oh what a surprise, a quick look on Amazon UK shows it's cheaper in most cases to buy the physical copy than the kindle versions. Even when the kindle versions are cheaper its only by 18p...

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