Amazons KindleUnlimited offers the seven Harry Potter novels, but not the three Hogwarts Library books.
Anyway, back to Harry Potter on Oyster. In celebration of the launch of Harry Potter on its service, Oyster has created a special reading experience for readers of books in the series.
The first time you open a Harry Potter book on Oyster, youll be prompted to choose a custom theme with colors and typography inspired by a Hogwarts House: Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin. Alternatively, you can tap the Sorting Hat to be randomly sorted into a House theme.
Get sorted to your favorite Hogwarts House when you read a Harry Potter book on Oyster.
In addition, Oyster is publishing editorial content celebrating Harry Potter on its literary magazine, The Oyster Review, from today, Jan. 28, to Friday, Jan. 30. Oyster is also holding a contest here to send one lucky reader and a companion on a trip to enter The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at the Universal Orlando Resort.
Oyster offers unlimited access to its library of e-books for $9.95 per month.
So, if you havent read or have been planning on rereading any of the Harry Potter books, and you have or intend to get an Oyster subscription, check out Oyster now and experience the magical world of the eponymous boy wizard and his friends and foes right on your e-reading device.
The Harry Potter books were first made available as e-books through Pottermore in March 2012, over 15 years since the original publication of the first book.
As a huge fan of the franchise, including the film adaptations, Im glad that the Harry Potter novels and spinoff books are now available through Oyster, thereby allowing users to enjoy the series as part of their subscription.
Given the series popularity, the inclusion of Harry Potter in Oysters library is also expected to help attract more subscribers and perhaps even help raise public awareness of e-book subscription services in general.