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'Harry Potter' books to be part of Kindle lending service


Accio your Kindle over, because e-reading got a lot more magical today. Amazon.com announced that e-book editions of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series will become part of the Kindle service available to Amazon Prime subscribers. Members can download a book for free once a month.

As previously reported, this is in addition to the e-books now available for download on Pottermore, which officially launched last month.

So for those of you who still haven’t checked out Hogwarts, or for those that want to go back and digitally reread Prisoner of Azkaban, mark your calendars for June 19, when the Amazon Prime lending begins.

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