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J. K. Rowling Is Preparing To Release Four New Harry Potter Books
The famous author will publish four new books next month, inspired by subjects taught at Hogwarts.
Good news for Harry Potter fans: J. K. Rowling has announced that several e-books linked to her famous saga will soon be released. The new tales will be based on magic classes at Hogwarts. She came up with the idea following the audiobook and British exhibition Harry Potter: A History of Magic in 2017. The new publications will follow the three e-books which have already been published, and the theater production Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
On Pottermore, we learned that the four new books would all be entitled "Harry Potter: A Journey Through…". Pottermore told lovers of witchcraft that they should "prepare to delve deeper into the rich history of magic".
Ever wondered where magic really came from? Introducing the Harry Potter: A Journey Through... non-fiction eBook shorts, adapted from the audiobook Harry Potter: A History of Magic and inspired by the @britishlibrary exhibition of the same name. https://t.co/bsp3X6QTMy pic.twitter.com/FDXIxUKlih— Pottermore (@pottermore) 24 mai 2019
Two of the e-books will be published on June 27 and will focus on "Charms and Defence Against the Dark Arts" and "Potions and Herbology". You can already pre-order them on Amazon and the Apple Store.
The third book will look at "Divination and Astronomy", and the fourth will explain the "Care of Magical Creatures". Although they will be quite short, these new stories will certainly help some fans to forget that the saga came to an end more than ten years ago already.
Article translated by: Eleanor Staniforth
By Eléna Pougin, published on 31/05/2019