Harry Potter ebooks now available on Oyster with Pottermore partnership

J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore has partnered with ebook service Oyster to make all Harry Potter– related books by J.K. Rowling available to subscribers.

For the first time, electronic editions of the seven Harry Potter books and the three selections in the Hogwarts Library collection are accessible through a service other than the Pottermore Shop. With an Oyster subscription of $9.95 a month, customers can read the Harry Potter titles along with thousands of others in the Oyster library. Oyster is only purchasable in the United States.

Subscribers can access the books with the latest version of the Oyster app, version 1.9 and ¾ — available in the App Store and Google Play. To go along with the Harry Potter theme, Oyster released new reader themes for the four Hogwarts houses. Users can choose their house theme, either Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff, or tap the Sorting Hat icon to have one selected at random.

"House Themes", inspired by the Hogwarts houses, as seen on Oyster.

“House Themes”, inspired by the Hogwarts houses, as seen on Oyster.

In addition to all this, Oyster is dedicating this week’s edition of their review publication to Harry Potter. In a preview article released today, young adult novelist Lauren Oliver writes about her experience with the Potter books.

While the whole collection is offered at a reasonable monthly price under $10, ebook editions and digital audiobooks of the series are still available to purchase at the Pottermore Shop. Once purchased, the file can be transferred onto a maximum of eight devices. The series is priced at $57.54 from the Shop.

Do you have Oyster? Will you be subscribing to read the books? Tell us in the comments below.

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