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Rowling to Read Harry Potter 7 In Its Entirety

At Midnight on July 21, J.K. Rowling will give a reading of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in its entirety. The reading is expected to last until dawn and will be attended by by 500 randomly selected fans, all of whom will also receive a free signed copy of the book.

The event will take place at the National History Museum in London and is sponsored by Bloomsbuy and Scholastic publishing houses who publishing the Harry Potter books in the U.K. and U.S. respectively. Seven U.S. fans can enter to win round-trip tickets to London and hotel accomodations.

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Harry

I was given the first Harry Potter book as a gift. Today I took it in pristine condition (never opened) to the Amer. Cancer Soc. resale shop where for a $1 it will do some good.

Re:Harry

Now that's just wrong Norma.

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