The shop window in Flourish and Blotts contained seven copies of the same lurid, purple hardback. The spine proclaimed 'The Chimaera and the Hippogriff: My part in the Secret War against Voldemort’, by P. I. Weasley. On the front cover, the Percy Weasley in the picture was clothed in a trench coat, with a wizard's hat shading his eyes, and holding a finger up to his lips, but for all his apparent attempts to evade notice, he never failed to draw the eyes of casual passer-bys.
The back of the book was covered in quotes, some of them truncated by the person who was being quoted, and some by the publishers. The result was less informative that it might have been, so I have provided the missing information inside brackets. Ron Weasley said, "I'm enormously impressed. I never thought Percy had it in him. (Who would have thought he had such a vivid imagination?)."
Hermione's quote was, "I couldn't put it down. I enjoyed it immensely. (I laughed so much that Ron thought I was going to be sick)."
The quote from the Ministry of Magic was simply "No Comment," but since they had provided those exact words for each volume of Hermione's detailed and authoritative `The Self-Corruption and Fall of Tom Riddle, also known as Lord Voldemort,’ this was generally seen as an endorsement.
My version is not told from Percy's perspective. It starts in the decayed industrial wasteland that is all that is left of a once thriving industrial powerhouse, in Spinner's End.
Thanks to my pre-Beta Tinnidawg for both detailed comments and advice.