Thursday, February 01, 2007

Potter set to fly July 21

Not that you're all Potter freaks or fans, but you should at least prepare yourself for widespread public weeping and a riot or two. PW Daily Reports:
The Harry Potter bookselling bonanza will take place this July, though not on July 7 as many expected, but two weeks later, July 21. Scholastic announced this morning that the final volume in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, will be priced at $34.99, the first price increase since 2003. Scholastic has received the manuscript, but no page count has been released, though at the hefty price the book is likely to be a long one. Amazon is already accepting preorders and is discounting the title at $18.89. It will be interesting to see how the discounting story plays out in the U.S. In the U.K., where a number of independent booksellers said they won’t carry the title because of deep discounting by other retailers and e-tailers, Bloomsbury will also release the book on July 21, in four editions: a children’s hardcover, an adult hardcover, a gift edition and an audio version.


At 3:58 PM, Blogger joshua citrak said...

i waited in line at midnight for the last book to come out -can't wait for this one to drop.


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