JK Rowling’s latest book, “the Tales of Beedle the Bard” have been flying off the shelves since midnight Wednesday in London.
It’s a collection of five fairy stories for wizards. Harry Potter devotees will be glad since the famous author JK Rowling produced the seventh and final volume in the series last year.
With no more Harry Potter stories to look forward to, the tales will give fans a welcome, short-term fix of a world they thought they’d lost.
They are written, the author tells us, by a 15th-century wizard, and translated from the original runes by Hermione Grainger, with sage commentary by Albus Dumbledore, the late lamented head of Hogwarts.
When asked in an interview with Time magazine if she’d consider an eighth Harry Potter book, author J.K. Rowling didn’t quite say no. Instead, she suggested asking her again in 10 years.
Have you read it yet? Please let us know what you think of it.