The book chronicles the events directly following Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, leading to the long awaited final struggle between Harry Potter and his allies, and the ever-more-powerful and influential Voldemort and his allies, the Death Eaters.
Retailers such as Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and Borders are reporting that more orders have been placed for this book than for any other in history, and American publisher Scholastic announced an unprecedented initial print run of 12 million copies.
Borders reported that its 1,200 stores worldwide sold 1.2 million copies on the book's first day of sales. This is the highest single day sales of any title ever in Borders history. In comparison, the sixth book sold 850,000 copies on its first day.
Rowling spent seventeen years writing the seven Harry Potter books. In a 2000 interview through Scholastic, her American publisher, Rowling stated that there is not a university after Hogwarts and "I won't say "never," but I have no plans to write an eighth book." However, she states in her website that she might write an eighth book for charity.
When asked about writing other books similar to Quidditch Through the Ages and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, she has said that she might consider doing this with proceeds donated to charity, as was the case with those two books. Another suggestion is an encyclopedia-style tome containing information that never made it into the series, also for charity
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