J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter a No.1 best  seller 19 years later

The Boy Who Lived, Harry  Potter... on the bestsellers  list indefinitely.

"Harry Potter and the Order of  the Phoenix," the fifth book in  J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter"  series was originally published  in 1997. Rowling's fantasy  book series for kids,

This follows Rowling's "The  Ink Black Heart" by just over a month.

The most recent book in  Rowling's Cormoran Strike  series, published under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, debuted at No. 3 on the chart.

Rowling's bestsellers are  released amid a controversy  that has dogged the author  since the summer of 2020.

For "Harry Potter" celebrities,  this week is a huge one for  books: "Madly, Deeply: The  Diaries of Alan Rickman,"

The Magic and Mayhem of Growing Up a Wizard, Beyond the Wand "by Draco Malfoy actor  Tom Felton, who describes the gruesome details of his  rehab stay.

Additionally, it happens less  than a week after the passing  of Scottish actor Robbie  Coltrane, who portrayed  Rubeus Hagrid, the  groundskeeper at Hogwarts.

He was a truly unique talent,  and I consider myself incredibly lucky to have known him,  worked with him, and laughed uncontrollably with him."

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