When should the Harry Potter year 7 book come out and what will be the name of it?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Well, J.K. Rowling has already picked the title, but it has not yet been released to the general public. However, there are a few rumors and theories floating around the web.

    If you go onto the UK Patent Office Website and type in Harry Potter, you will get a lot of titles which were registered in 2003 by J.K. Rowling so that she would always have the rights to them; for books, movies, websites, etc. However, so the titles were not so obvious to guess, she also registered fake titles to throw people off. Since 2003, 15 of these titles have been rejected, and only three remain. They are:

    Harry Potter and the Alchemist's Cell

    Harry Potter and the Chariots of Light

    Harry Potter and the Pyramids of Furmat (Has been debunked on JKR's website though)

    Personally, I really do hope that it isn't any of these. I hope JKR surprises us with something better.

    I heard this on MuggleCast, but remember that no one knows for sure, and that it is only a rumor. A real title has not been released from J.K. Rowling herself, and there is a very little chance that any of us could guess the correct title.

    It has been rumored that book seven will be released on July 7, 2007 (07.07.07), because seven is a powerfully magical number in the series. I think that would be incredible if it were, but it is unlikely because of the release date of the fifth Harry Potter movie. It is set for July 13, 2007. I don't see the book and the movie being released so close together. There would be a fight for publicity.

    Bloomsbury co-founder Liz Calder (who publishes the British versions of the Potter books), recently said in an interview, "The next Harry Potter book is likely to come out in 2007. I hope so."

    I also think it's safe to say that the book will release sometime in the summer. I think that Scholastic and Bloomsbury will make sure that kids will have enough time to devour the book. If it was during the school year, there might be some problems.

    Source(s): http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/#article:8703 MuggleCast Episode #45 Andrew Sims
  • Mary
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    No one knows either answer yet. Some people have hypothesized that the book will come out on July 7th, 2007 - 7/7/07. This would match the usual summer dates of the other book's publications, but it might also compete with the fifth moving being in theatres.

  • 1 decade ago

    Harry Potter 7 is scheduled to be released on the 7thof july 2007

    i.e. 7.7.07.

    it might be titled Harry Potter and the Parseltongue Trophy or

    Harry Potter and the Great RElevation.

  • erchul
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    who's burbage truly?sry can no longer have self assurance that hedwig and different ppl died! that's merely a RUMOR that may no longer b genuine and that i will instruct cuz Rowling suggested in basic terms 2 will b ineffective. Harry gets killed by Voldemort on pg. 704 yet comes decrease back to life on pg. 724. WOW COOL! U can no longer resurrect the ineffective! how approximately dumbledore?19 years after the events interior the e book: Ron has married Hermione, their 2 little ones are named Rose and Hugo Harry has married Ginny, their 3 little ones are named Lily, James, and Albus severus. Draco Malfoy has a son named Scorpius. Sorry yet i think that Harry and Hermione will b mutually.Ron tease hermione plenty of their first twelve months.They thoroughly argueing back in third,4th and 6th.and that i think no remember what they are asserting is this "Deep friendship wil bcome deep romance".besides who'd want to b married by Draco Malfoy? nicely in basic terms Pansy Parkinson

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  • george
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    1 decade ago

    the book may be released on 7/7/07 and there are many titles going on

    for further information

    plz check the mugglenet site

  • 1 decade ago

    7/7/07 @ 7 am title in unknown at this point

    Source(s): www.mugglenet.com
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