Novelist J K Rowling has completed the latest installment in the Harry Potter series. Entitled "Harry Potter and the Neverending Pages," the book will weigh 20 Kg when released. Ms Rowling admitted that the weight of the book was important because it fitted in with "the philosophy of the work" and "the underlying exponentiality of the weight of the book was an important factor in that."
Ms Rowling took time to rubbish some of the rip-offs that have been appearing on the market since. Books such as "Carrie Motter and the Amazing Handbag," "Sally Slotter and the Mysterious Red Light," and "About a Boy" by Nick Hornby.
By 2010, Harry Potter books are expected to be registered planets in their own right.