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The book was sold to 14 people who snagged a copy of J.K. Rowlings' much anticipated "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," when it landed on shelves last Thursday at a local grocery store.
The book, officially set for release this coming Saturday, has been shrouded in secrecy and its debut has been highly orchestrated to enable everyone -- readers, reviewers, even publishers -- to crack it open all at once. It's the sixth in J.K. Rowling's seven-book fantasy series on the young wizard.
But the store slipped up and sold 14 copies before realizing its mistake.
Originally posted by cpr12r
Just read the story..... how can the judge tell them not to read it? Also how are they gonna monitor them not readign it... doesn't make sense.
Originally posted by they see ALL
if they read it and spoil the book for everyone by posting it on the internet, nobody will by it...
will say, if they read it and spoil the book for everyone by posting it on the internet, nobody will by it...