J.K. Rowling and Pottermore publish e-books with new contents of The Wizarding Worldby Aline Michel
Pottermore, the digital heart of The Wizarding World, published yesterday, September 7th, three eBooks that bring together a collection of copyright texts from J.K. Rowling, including some never seen before, that although aren’t many, showed themselves enough to please the fans of the Harry Potter series.
In “Hogwarts of Power, Politics and Pesky Poltergeists”, the spotlight is Horace Slughorn, bringing a huge amount of information about the character, from details about his wand to the unknown story about his relationship with the Dark Lord. Now, in “Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies”, Rowling brings to her fans an extension of her previous text about Minerva McGonagall, telling us about the relationship with the Professor and the Potters, her story after the Hogwarts Battle and, aside, the ten hard steps for a wizard become an Animagus, something that all Potterheads always wanted to know since Prisoner of Azkaban.
The third and last book of the collection, “An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide”, doesn’t bring a new text, but redeems a text published in her previous website, years and years ago: “The Ballad of Nearly Headless Nick”.
The trilogy “Short Stories from Hogwarts” has received the trusteeship from the Pottermore editorial team as well as special treatment for the publishing in several digital platforms like Amazon, as we reported with more details previously.
Available in several languages, including Brazilian Portuguese, the e-books can be found on iTunes Store and Google Play.
Translatedo to English by Bruna Lopes
Revised by Caroline Dorigon