LONDON, ENGLAND -- For years people have been captured by the magic J.K. Rowling placed on each page of the Harry Potter series. The phenomena changed the way kids and adults read, making them wish for more and more pages. It had such a huge influence they even created Harry Potter World in Los Angeles!
But like all great wizard stories, this chamber of secrets must, at some point, come to end.
And that’s where the eighth book, called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, comes in.
It was released Sunday morning! Okay, so it's not a book in the traditional sense. It's actually a word for word script of the play that also just opened up in London.
The bittersweet novel is 300 pages of dialog and begins right where the seventh book left off. It follows Harry, Ron and Hermione passed their twenty-something years and right into the parent world where their kids all attend their Alma mater, Hogwarts.
Even with Rowling declaring the end of Harry Potter, a spin-off called Fantastic Beasts and Where to find Them, is set to be released in November, with two more sequels after that.
So relax you muggles, the magic isn't over just yet!