Two New Harry Potter Books To Be Released Later This Year!

Posted on July 20th, 2017 at 10:26 am by         Comment:

Fans are in meltdown after it was announced TWO new Harry Potter books will be released later this year to mark the 20th anniversary of The Philosopher’s Stone.

The novels are called Harry Potter: A History Of Magic and Harry Potter: A Journey Through A History of Magic – and they are set to accompany an exhibition by the British Library celebrating the magical franchise’s milestone. Oo-er!

But neither release has been penned by JK Rowling, who ruled out writing any more Potter books following the release of the seventh and final novel in the series. Boo!

The two books are aimed at a family audience and will delve deeper into the world in which they are set, but they won’t further the storyline involving lead characters Harry, played by Daniel Radcliffe, Hermione Grainger (Emma Watson) and Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint).

Fans have still gone wild for the news, with one writing on Twitter: “2 new Harry Potter books incoming! Bye bye life. Well.. after a long wait, I’ve got patience. ”

Another said: “2 new Harry Potter books woooah amazing ”

While a third posted: “the 2 new harry potter books coming out have me feeling all the feels i’m pure buzzing ”

Since the last Potter film was released in 2011, fans have been able to get their teeth stuck into prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them starring Eddie Redmayne

The film explores the wizarding world prior to Potter and is expected to have four star-studded sequels.

Earlier this month Rowling revealed she’s got the manuscript of an unpublished novel stashed away.

But Potter fans will be dismayed to hear the writer has no direct plans to publish the story, because it’s written on one of her dresses.

During a recent interview with CNN, the 51-year-old author revealed that the manuscript of almost an entire book was written on to the frock last year for her 50th birthday party.

She asked pals to come dressed as their “worst personal nightmare”; her own was a lost manuscript.

The author set about scribbling away on a gown, which then became a garment and an original J.K. Rowling story combined.

How much that dress is likely to be worth now doesn’t bear thinking about.

The writer said: “I wrote over a dress most of that book.

“So that book, I don’t know whether it will ever be published, but it’s actually hanging in a wardrobe currently.”

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