“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” Translation Published in Bulgaria

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Dec 13, 2007

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The translated edition of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” the seventh and final novel in author J. K. Rowling’s series, was released this Thursday in Bulgaria. The Novinite News Agency reports, this translation will have an initial printing of 40,000, which is considered high by Bulgarian standards, and is expected to break all previous sales records. Word also came from its publishers, Egmont Bulgaria, that the book “was printed on recycled paper in Germany, which saved 500 trees.” This “Deathly Hallows” translation contains 656 pages and went on sale for BGN29,90.

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8 Responses to “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” Translation Published in Bulgaria

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You shouldn’t have!!

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I got the book for my birthday.I turn 17 today so I consider myself a very lucky guy :)

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Yope, i’m from Bulgaria!I buy the book today, but i’ve read it on english months ago!

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Great to hear it was printed on recycled paper! hope this becomes a common trend :)

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I find this use of recicle paper great, too :) ! And the translation is great :D ! It will be fun reading it again, this time in my mother’s language.

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I loooove harry potter.

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did anyone else notice how weird J.K. Rowling’s name looks written in the Bulgarian language, it passes no resemblance to the English writing….

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I love harry potter very much.pleaeaeaeaeaeaea…...................se wish me on my birthday-31st ,dec…..

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