Five Years Later, J.K. Rowling Returns with a New Book

All good things must come to an end, and back in 2007, the end came for J.K. Rowling’s beloved Harry Potter series. Now, nearly five years after we said goodbye to Harry, Ron, and Hermione, J.K. Rowling is back with a new book. This time, however, don’t expect a visit to Hogwarts! Rowling’s new book will supposedly target a more adult audience than its wizard-based counterparts. According to the New York Times Arts Beat, Little, Brown and Company – part of the Hachette Book Group, has acquired rights to publish the book. As of today, the title and publication date have not been named.

We started off loving Harry Potter as children and now have grown up just in time to enjoy J.K. Rowling’s latest literary endeavor. Do you think you’ll be picking up a copy of her new book or are you still holding onto your love of all things Hogwarts? Post a comment below!

 

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