You know that part in The Devil Wears Prada where Meryl Streep orders her assistant to get a copy of the next, as-yet unpublished Harry Potter book? It’s considered an impossible task, but the assistant manages to snag a copy through a journalist who knows the book designer. Well the new Potter won’t be out until tomorrow, the 21st, but despite the famed embargo the New York Times managed to acquire a copy from a bookstore, and Michiko Kakutani’s review appearedâ€”gasp!â€”three days before the release date. It’s a positive review, and according to someone who’s actually read the books, contains no spoilers, but the book’s publishers, Bloomsbury and Scholastic, are miffed. If you want a career in publishing, do you side with America’s most powerful book critic, or the billionaire British author? “Wait for Oprah’s opinion” is not an answer.