Constance December 21st, 2006
The website also provides a difficult interactive that allows you to learn the name of the forthcoming and final Harry book.It doesn’t access very well, either because there’s something wrong with the links, or because it is heavily used.But here are the instructions for that part of it, courtesy of today’s NY Times.Â Remember to have your audio enabled.Â It’s pretty good stuff.
[ "Meanwhile, she set up a test for her Potter fans.
If you go to jkrowling.com, click on the eraser and you will be taken to a room -- you'll see a window, a door and a mirror.Â (By my own experience this link doesn't work, you have to get there via the one I provided above; nor does the eraser thingie work.)
If you go to , click on the eraser and you will be taken to a room -- you'll see a window, a door and a mirror.Â In the mirror, you'll see a hallway. Click on the farthest doorknob and look for the Christmas tree. Then click on the center of the door next to the mirror and a wreath appears. Then click on the top of the mirror and you'll see a garland.
Look for a cobweb next to the door. Click on it, and it will disappear. Now, look at the chimes in the window.Â (All of this works, by my experience, up to here -- then it just quits working; the key doesn't appear.Â Your cursor on the door knob turns the knob, butÂ nothing else happens.)Â Click on the second chime to the right, and hold it down. The chime will turn into the key, which opens the door. Click on the wrapped gift behind the door, then click on it again and figure out the title yourself by playing a game of hangman." ]
However, by now you all alreadyÂ know the title of the last book is:Â Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.Â