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All opies of New Harry Potter Sold Out in Moscow in One Day
9.08.2016 00:10
All opies of New Harry Potter Sold Out in Moscow in One Day

Customers of the Moscow Book House bought up 200 copies of the new book on Harry Potter in less than one day.

      This shop was the only place in Russia where it was possible to purchase the play Harry Potter and Cursed Child.


      The long-awaited book became available in the Moscow Book House in the afternoon of August 5.


      "Alltogether 200 copies, each of them 1749 rubles worth arrived in the shop. Now all of them have been sold out. It is not known when the next incoming delivery will occur", - an employee of the shop noted, having added that all that is left to do for those who missed to purchase the book is wait.



Author: Vera Ivanova


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