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Harry Potter Digital at Pottermore!
Let’s order a round of butter beer, send owls out to spread the news, and really celebrate this momentous occasion in the worlds of literature and electronics. You know what Pottermore is. It’s the magical purple website that could. You know who J.K. Rowling is. She’s one of the world’s most celebrated authors. Well, as promised, her site, which is associated with the Sony brand, has finally released the Harry Potter books in e-format. The e-books are literally just a few clicks away from being yours. I think this calls for dress robes! …So long as they aren’t antiques from the Weasley family closet.
Not only can you now purchase The Sorcerer’s Stone, The Chamber of Secrets, The Prisoner of Azkaban, The Goblet of Fire, The Order of the Phoenix, The Half-Blood Prince, and The Deathly Hallows individually for your e-reader, tablet, or smart phone, for $9.99, but you can also opt to buy the complete series for $57.54. You can even choose between U.S. or Great Britain English. If you want, you can even gift these timeless tales.
Don’t forget that Pottermore is much more than an e-book buying venue. It is an “interactive story-telling experience” in which fans can “discover new information about the world of Harry Potter from the author herself.” That’s the way Sony describes it in a collaboration, which Rowling writes is a delight. As Sony’s latest motto suggests, let’s go “Make. Believe” with some digital Harry Potter goodness. What are you waiting for? Get to shopping! I can just imagine rows of little wizards in black robes huddled over their e-readers at the tables of the Three Broomsticks. Yes, that is a delight.