Harry Potter books were available in Kindle Unlimited at the time of its launch in summer 2014.
In December 2015, the books disappeared from Amazon’s ebook subscription service, as some Kindle users reported.
This move was undoubtedly related to the release of the new cover art for the series, designed by Olly Moss (and shown in an animated gif above).
While other ebookstores, such as Barnes & Noble, started offering the brand new editions right after the announcement, Amazon was sticking to the old design.
And just today, I’ve discovered that Harry Potter books are now offered on Amazon in a new edition – and all of them are back in Kindle Unlimited!
Here is a link to Kindle Unlimited eligible Harry Potter titles. You’ll see here not only English, but also German, Spanish, and Dutch editions.
What’s even more exciting, there is a Complete Collection of Harry Potter, worth over $70, and you can via Kindle Unlimited as well.
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