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J.K. Rowling Hints to Oprah That She Could Write More Harry Potter Books

Do You Want More Harry Potter Books?

As a Harry Potter superfan, I'm both excited for the final films in the anthology to be released (Deathly Hallows Part I is out Nov. 19) but also disappointed that Part II will wrap up the film adaptations. The end of the movies signifies the true end of the Harry Potter series in terms of things to look forward to, and I'm prepping myself for the depression. But maybe I won't have to, if author J.K. Rowling makes good on the hopeful statements she recently made to Oprah Winfrey: "I could definitely write an eighth, ninth, 10th [book]."

I had closed the book (pun intended) on more Potter books, but I would gladly read any extension of the series Rowling were to make. Then again, I felt that Harry's story was wrapped up so neatly and eloquently that I almost wouldn't want to mess with it. What do you think?

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citygrl12 citygrl12 5 years
a part of me wants more,and another part thinks everything ended properly with Deathly Hallows.
Danny-Feekes Danny-Feekes 5 years
Duh. I would love to see the team as adults!
roseate roseate 5 years
I loved the books, but I think seven was enough. I don't want additions to the series--that could potentially be less wonderful--to taint my view of the original seven. That's what happens for me with a lot of movies: the sequels often aren't as good as the original, and they ruin the originals for me (ex. PotC).
lekatvt lekatvt 5 years
I think she should do a prequel about his parents saga
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