Anyone who watched the 2012 London Olympics opening ceremony remembers J.K. Rowling’s monologue (not to mention the colossal Lord Voldemort). Now you can purchase the very copy of the book she read, along with other goodies from this year’s Olympics. The Washington Post wrote an article on the subject.
Officials have put almost 2,000 Olympic relics up for auction, along with a replica of the “Isle of Wonder” book that Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling read from during the July 27 opening ceremony.
The book’s price had risen to 1,066 pounds (US$1,670) Tuesday, after opening at 1 pound a few days ago.
What did you think of the opening ceremonies?