J.K. Rowling Just Released a New 'Harry Potter' Story about Lily Potter and Severus Snape
The holidays are here early for Harry Potter fans.
It's called "Cokeworth," and it presents a brief explanation of the town where Harry's mother Lily Evans, his Aunt Petunia and potions master Severus Snape grew up.
It requires readers to answer a riddle to gain access (and we're not telling!), but once inside, Potterheads will learn that Cokeworth was the site of many important scenes in the series.
Besides being where Lily turned into a "talented witch," it's also where Harry, his aunt, his uncle and his cousin spent a night in the beginning of The Sorcerer's Stone and where Bellatrix Lestrange and her sister Narcissa Malfoy visited in the opening of The Half-Blood Prince.
Here's a sneak peek:
An email to Pottermore subscribers promised "wonderful writing by J.K. Rowling in moments from Half-Blood Prince, shiny gold Galleons and even a new potion or two."