Harry Potter Interactive Reading Experience

 In partnership with Sony Entertainment J. K. Rowling has just released http://www.pottermore.com/, a website containing content not included in her original seven Harry Potter novels. The website was originally released on July 11, 2011 and was limited to only one million users. It is now available to anyone interested in Harry Potter. The unreleased text from the novels includes a large number of background details concerning characters and settings. Accompanying the text is an interactive version of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone,” where users can navigate through the novel. There is also the opportunity for users to create spells, brew potions, duel with other users, and collect in-game currency. Interactive versions of the remaining six novels are set to be released this year.

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