Harry Potter Now Available as eBooks

The day long awaited by ebook fans is finally here – the complete Harry Potter series is available as ebooks!  Even though the books are being advertised at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Sony ebook stores, you’ll be redirected to Pottermore to purchase the books.  They are compatible with most popular ebook readers, tablets, and smartphones;  see the complete list here.  The first three books are $7.99 each; the last four are $9.99 each.  You can buy the complete set for $57.54, a 10% discount.  You’ll need to create a new account at Pottermore and use a credit card to make your purchase.

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  2. or… you could download the digital scans of the book for free. I find nothing illegal about it since * I own all the books already* Yup if the books were… half the prices in eBook format since its already 100% profit and came out a year or two ago I’m sure there would be a lot less illegal downloading. But when you get greedy and don’t have a format readily available, this is what happens.

  3. Slightly complicated process compared to Amazon but when finished it all seems to end up on my Kindle account. I don’t think much of the 8 download limit and the kids buying their own copy if over 18. Does my wife have to get her own copy ? Rhetorical question. We have the same Kindle account. That’s what marriage means.

    Note to someone, somewhere. Philosopher is not spelt Philospher.


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