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Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Breaks Sales Records

The 8th book in the Harry Potter Series, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child, has reportedly broken all sales records since its release, according to WebmastersPost, an Elko, Nevada based company. The company states that the new book has sold more copies at its initial release than any other in the series to date.

Robert Stone with WebmastersPost states, "We knew that it was going to be a popular book, simply because it's part of the Harry Potter legacy, but we honestly could not have predicted how well received it has been."

The book is unsurprisingly popular, given that the entire series has been highly popular since the first book, Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone, was released. All of the books to date have been made into movies, which have also been highly popular, selling out quickly and breaking records of their own. Stone says that a theater production of this newest in the series is set to open in London sometime next month.

"People were lining up for tickets the instant they heard about the production," Stone says. "Again, we're not surprised by the popularity, and we expect it to become an even better seller in the months to come."

Book 8 in the Harry Potter Series is actually in the form of a play and it was written by Jack Thorne. Harry is now an adult and married with three children, and the book follows his difficulties as a parent and adult. Harry struggles with his past while his son, Albus, struggles with the weight of the family legacy, a legacy that he does not want. The story fuses Potter's past with young Potter's future, while the father and son learn to deal with darkness that often comes in unexpectedly.

The play, which is based on the original new story by J.K. Rowling, will debut in London's West End in July 2016. This is the first official story from the entire Harry Potter series to be presented on stage. An official Facebook page set up for the play has raised quite a bit of excitement, with thousands of Harry Potter fans anxiously awaiting tickets in their local areas.


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