Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Downloadable Audiobook - 2012
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In response to his reappearance, Dumbledore reactivates the Order of the Phoenix, a secret society which works to defeat the Dark Lord's minions and protect his targetsespecially Harry Potter. But Harry doesn't want to be protected. Even as the Ministry of Magic denies his claims, The Daily Prophet discredits him, and even Dumbledore won't look him in the eye, Harry grows more and more determined to fight his lifelong enemy Voldemortif only he had the "weapon" the Order is guarding. In the meantime, he visits his godfather at his ghoulish London home, Grimmauld Place, and learns more about Voldemort's deep reach into Wizarding history and the Wizarding world. Back at Hogwarts, Harry must deal with a Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher with a personality like poisoned honey; a surprising new member of the Gryffindor Quidditch team; the possibility of his first real romance; and the looming nightmare of the Ordinary Wizarding Level exams. He's haunted by dreams of a heavy door at the end of a silent corridor, and a vision of his father and the young Severus Snape that changes everything he thought he knew about them. Even the joy of working with "Dumbledore's Army"a group of Soon Harry will discover the true depth and strength of his friends; their boundless loyalty and unbearable sacrifices. His fate depends on them all.
Publisher: Valley View : Pottermore, 2012.
Edition: Unabridged.
ISBN: 9781781102565
Characteristics: sound file (26 hr., 32 min. : 5 KB) :,digital, MP3 file.
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Aug 17, 2016

We love the Harry Potter audio books. I'd almost rather listen to the audiobooks than read the books since Jim Dale does all the voices so perfectly and in the correct accents :).

Natillez Jul 07, 2015

Jim Dale is an amazing reader

mergirl47 Apr 29, 2013

love harry potter and must agree jim is great

Aug 15, 2012

If you can JUST get through the first half of this large book the “last half is worth it”! The ending was exciting, as usual, but about 2/3 into the book Fred and George steal the show with some really funny pranks that I can’t wait for my daughter to read!

Warning - the first half just might make you grumpy! I want to call Harry a “flawed” hero in this book cause of his constant lack of anger control or ... is he just being a typical teenager? In this book there’s a lot of arguing and SHOUTING at his friends and even professors! Harry has at times VERY good reasons to be grumpy or mad but it’s rather unpleasant to read. I thought Voldemort would be more to blame about this but not really... Also, his clueless attempts at talking to or understanding Cho were laughable but I’m sure quite common behavior for a typical boy!

I would have to say that I wish there could have been more edited out of the 1st half to make this book shorter.

Still this is a very superior child/YA book and worthwhile series to read! Look forward to seeing the movie now then eventually reading the next.

Apr 26, 2012

Not the best book but it is still good

Natillez Mar 04, 2011

Doyle as reader is amazing!

Natillez Mar 04, 2011

Doyle as reader is amazing!

Although I've read all the books, this sound recording was a new and different experience! I loved it so much!

Mar 15, 2010

Agreed. Jim Dale is truly an incredible narrator! He really brings the characters to life. This series is well served by the audiobook medium.

Dec 18, 2009

awesome!!!I own all the CDs in this collection and this is probably my favourite.
Jim dale rocks!!

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Jun 22, 2013

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