JK Rowling's latest work 'The Ickabog' is now available online for free

Harry Potter author JK Rowling is releasing his latest work, The Ickabog , online for free. The Ickabog was originally said to be a story to be read to my children, but because many children are exposed to the lockdown due to the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19), It seems that they have decided to release it for free.

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According to Rolling, The Ickabog has nothing to do with Harry Potter's world and no magic, but it's a story made for children, not for adults. The Ickabog was considered a publication in the past because it was Mr. Rolling's favorite, but at the time it was too busy to publish and I could only read one chapter to the children every night.

The following is a handwritten manuscript of The Ickabog, unearthed for free release. When Rolling reread the manuscript at the time and read it again to the children, he received some requests to 'return his favorite parts', so it is published online with them reflected.

The Ickabog can be read in English from the following. Up to two chapters have been published at the time of article creation, and one chapter is planned to be published over the next seven weeks.

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The title of the first chapter is 'King Fred the Fearless'. A story about Fred, the new king of the rich country 'Cornucopia', depicts how Fred's 'best friends' Sir Spirworth and Sir Frapoon seek to prevent Fred from marrying because they do not want to disturb the fun of the three people. On the other hand, it is revealed that there is barren land where the monster 'Legend of Icaborg' remains for some reason at the end of Cornucopia, which should be rich.

King Fred the Fearless-The Ickabog

Chapter 2 'Ikaborg' is an anecdote about a boy who actually saw the legendary monster Ikaborg.

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In addition, The Ickabog is soliciting illustrations from readers, and the book scheduled to be published in the second half of 2020 will include the illustrations selected in the contest. On Rolling's Twitter, some of the illustrations posted by the children were published.

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