Harry Potter Paperback Box Set

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Posted 13 May 2010 in General

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Now for the first time ever, J.K. Rowling’s seven bestselling Harry Potter books are available in a stunning paperback boxed set! The Harry Potter series has been hailed as “one for the ages” by Stephen King and “a spellbinding saga’ by USA Today. And most recently, The New York Times called Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows the “fastest selling book in history.” This is the ultimate Harry Potter collection for Harry Potter fans of all ages!… More >> Harry Potter Paperback Box Set


  1. April L. Manglaris

    Never recieved product and as of today still dont have my money back. Doubt I will order from amazon used again Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Brenda

    What an awesome product! If for some bizarre reason you don’t own the magical world that is Harry Potter, then this is the product for you. All seven books are included for less then they would cost if they were purchased seperately. The fact that they’re hardcover and the case are extra bonuses. A perfect gift for Harry’s fans everwhere! Rating: 5 / 5

  3. S. Catherall

    I have read the first three books and I am underwhelmed. If you want great fantasy for children, try the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis(which are just as good and subtle for adults), the works of Edith Nesbit, or the works of Edgar Eager (beginning with Half Magic). I have to admit that, of the three I’ve read, the first one was the best. It was very funny with regard to the descriptions of the Muggle family, the Dirsleys. But there is always a touch of rebellion and plain revenge to the story. The later books are more mysterious, but I say it’s unfair in a mystery to not give enough subtle clues to make it possible for me to figure it out before I am told the answer by the author. The third book, The Prisoner of Azbakan, was especially frustrating in this regard. I found the second and third books hard to wade through. I don’t care about Quiditch and I just didn’t care about what happened to Harry and his friends. In the end some new info would FINALLY tell the answers to the mysteries in the book. Rowling is no great author and I consider these books a waste of time–except for the Dirsley parts of the first one. If you want comraderie and adventure, fun and REAL life insights, check out the titles above. You won’t regret it! Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Richard Moore

    Harry Potter is a phenomenon with witches, warlocks, treachery, flying chickens, and more! Now that you’ve read all of HP books what can you read that is of the same genre, quality, and passion?? Type in Robert E. Howard in Amazon search and start with ‘The Coming Of Conan The Cimmerian’ by Del Rey with the first story The Phoenix on the Sword, The Frost-Giant’s Daughter, The God in the Bowl, and to the last story a full novel called The Devil in Iron. It’s beautifully illustrated every few pages by Mark Schultz which adds value and more!

    Excerpt on back of book ‘Conan is one of the greatest fictional heroes ever created–a swordsman who cuts a swarth across the lands of the Hyborian Age, facing powerful sorcerers, deadly creatures, and ruthless armies of thieves and reavers.

    Collected in this volume, profusely illustrated by artist Mark Schultz, are Howard’s first 13 Conan stories, appearing in their original versions–in some cases for the first time in more than 70 years–and in order Howard wrote them.’

    ‘Howard was a true storyteller–one of the first, and certainly among the best, you’ll find in heroic fantasy. If you’ve never read him before, you’re in for a real treat.’

    Highly Recommend all of the Del Rey books of REH Conan’s, Kull, Bran Mak Morn, Solomon Kane, Crimson Shadows, The Best of REH Vol 1 & 2, The Last of the Trunk and Selected Letters of REH Foundation, Blood & Thunder, The Life & Art of REH by Mark Finn, One Who Walked Alone by Novalyne Price, and The Beast from the Abyss about cats -my favorite. Enjoy!! Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Mr. G. Dunne

    The price that you’re paying here people is for the ENTIRE run of the Potter books in hardback. Count them, ALL SEVEN. Anyone who honestly expects that the packaging is actually going to make a difference here is living in la-la land. What are you going to do with them once you get them? Leave them in a box? Or do what was meant with books with dust covers as nice as these and put them on a shelf for display? I think the box is fine for what it is. But I tell you what. Go out and buy these hardback books one by one and see how much they cost. Complaining about the box? Gimme a break. Rating: 5 / 5

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