The leader in Harry Potter analysis books, Wizarding World Press, recently brought together 53 of the most ardent HP Sleuths to work on unlocking the mysteries behind J.K. Rowling's popular series.
They created what has become the hottest new book about the mysteries of Harry Potter, "The Plot Thickens ... Harry Potter Investigated by Fans for Fans", and readers can now learn about these knowledgeable authors on their brand new website: http://www.theplotthickens.com/.
One aspect that makes their collective work so intriguing is that it is the first of its kind to be comprised of such a large number of authors, from such a diverse range of country, age, and backgrounds. Their credentials tell the story -- PhDs, Masters degrees, social scientists, lawyers, engineers, grandmothers, writers, etc. Their perspectives are quite enlightening, well-researched, and are very helpful to those trying to understand the wide appeal of the series and the mysteries within.
Galadriel Waters, editor in chief of "The Plot Thickens" project, says, "The level of expertise among this professional group of authors was inspiring. Seldom does a fan have the opportunity to experience such breadth of topics and depth of insight all in one place."
The authors were recruited from the site that received Rowling's personal fan site award, MuggleNet. They were chosen by one of the most-cited experts on identifying the clues Rowling packs into her stories, Galadriel Waters, author of "The Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter".
This compilation of insights into Harry Potter has already sparked high sales in stores and enthusiastic discussions online.
ThePlotThickens.com now allows fans to get to know and interact with these authors.
Wizarding World Press' Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter is not authorized, licensed or approved by J.K. Rowling, her publishers, or licensors. The Harry Potter name is a trademark of Warner Bros./Time Warner Entertainment.
Source: Wizarding World Press
NILES, Ill., Dec. 21, 2004 /PRNewswire/ --