The Harry Potter series is finally advancing into eBook land, and has been released in full in electronic format. As opposed to what were used to, the Harry Potter eBooks are available for purchase only from the Pottermore shop, which handles the Harry Potter eBook sales exclusively.
You won’t find these books on Amazon or Google Books, but they are nonetheless compatible with almost every eReader out there, including the Kindle, Nook, Kobo eReader and all tablets, including the iPad. Check out the full list of all compatible eReaders before you purchase to make sure your device is supported.
As for prices, you won’t find big surprises. Books 1-3 are selling for $7.99, and books 4-7, which are significantly longer, go for $9.99. You can also buy the full series for $57.54, which is a bit cheaper than the $64 you will pay if you buy them each individually. You can also purchase the digital Harry Potter audiobooks for $29.99 or $44.99 for the longer ones.
In order to purchase merchandise from the Pottermore shop, you have to create an account on the website, and then pay using an accepted credit card or debit card. There are no other forms of payment available, and you can’t use vouchers such as Amazon gift cards, etc.
Will you rush out to buy Harry Potter eBooks? Or do you think these eBooks are a bit late into the game?
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