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  • Rhonda Daniel

    Cover released for "The Casual Vacancy"!!!!! Placed under Books Worth Reading because I am CERTAIN it will be!!!!

  • Erika Brcko

    Book review for J.K. Rowling's new book 'The Casual Vacancy'.

  • Nataly Cnyrim-Kimmel

    Today, the Hachette website revealed JK Rowling's cover and page count for new book "The Casual Vacancy." The book will be 512 pages, hopefully enough to whet Rowling fans' voracious appetites for more. Fans were extremely excited about Rowling's announcement of her book, particularly since the "Harry Potter" series ended in 2007. She has been rather crafty about releasing information in order to create anticipation. First, in late February, she announcedthe fact that she'd have a new book for adults coming out. Then, in April, she announced title, release date and plot. With this, there is not much more that can be revealed (or so we think...). Here's the book cover. What do you think? Let us know in the comments!

  • Sarah Adkins

    J.K. Rowling's The Casual Vacancy Book Cover: 512 pages, on sale September 27! Worth reading??

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