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Amazon: Read the first two Harry Potter books on kindle for free for (Prime members) or (£5.99 per book for non-members)

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Book 1: Harry‌ Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Book 2: Harry‌ Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

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Amazon: Read the first two Harry Potter books on kindle for free for (Prime members) or (£5.99 per book for non-members)   Book 1: Harry‌ Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. https://www.amazon

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Is this through Kindle Unlimited?

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It is, long as you're a prime member you'll get the frist two books

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