Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (英語) CD – オーディオブック, 2007/7/31
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Jim Dale has won a record ten Audie Awards, two Grammy Awards, and seven Grammy nominations as a narrator. As an actor, he has received a British Academy Award nomination, a Tony Award, five Tony nominations, and four Drama Desk Awards. As a writer, he has received an Academy Award nomination for the song "Georgy Girl."
Dale is perhaps most famous for being the voice of all the Harry Potter audio books, in which he notably performs hundreds of distinct individual character's voices. He also voices the Harry Potter video games, as well as the interactive extra features on the Potter DVD releases.
Awarded an MBE by Queen Elizabeth II in 2003, chiefly for his work promoting the work of chldren's literature, Dale was also inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame in 2009.
I truly enjoyed the entire series.
(1) After reading this volume, you will probably have almost all questions that you have accumulated through Volume 6.
(2) It is good to witness that Harry and his friends stood up against Tom and prevail.
(3) I liked Fred. He was the first to forgive Percy when Percy returned home.
(4) “Look at me” and “Always” uttered by Snape shook me up deeply. I would not forget these for a while.
They say Ms. Rowling has earned about $700 a word for the 7 volumes. Here, I would like you to beware of this well-known epigram: "Do not often stay up reading a book, however great, or else when a morning comes, you might faint."
Should I name the title, "Harry Potter and the Memory of the Prince's" would be the best. Severus Snape is the greatest in this volume, and throughout the whole story, too, now that I read the last one. Gee, he is almost equal to Sydney Carton or Jay Gatsby in the literary world, at least for me. God bless him.
色々と意見が分かれると思うが、The Deathly Hallowsの邦訳の副題も含めて検討していただきたいと思う。
The book is a present for my child that loves Harry Potter and has seen all the films, but now when she is older (10 years old) she wants to read all the books too. I was between buying a full set with the box that is more expensive or buying separate books from this company - cheaper option especially that this book came in an offer.
I have ordered book 1 and 2 to check if it is worth it.
I am very happy to say that it is and now I have all 7 books for £30.
The set looks great and I am very happy with my buy
The books are:
- good size that can be held by a child or adult for a long time
- weight - this version has a paper cover and light weight pages so the book is on the lighter side and good for kids
- paper quality and the colour are good. The books that I bought had all their pages, the bonding is holding them in and does not feel like they will fall out any time soon
- size and spaces between the words is very comfortable for my eyes and I can read it without glasses
- illustration that is on the cover is very nice and definitely in the Harry Potter style
- very good delivery time and I can have all 7 books for £30 with all the promotions I have got on them:)
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It’s also an great adventure, with the trio of friends hunting for horcruxes while trying to evade the Death Eaters. At the same time there is plenty of room for laughs and humour, the twins Fred and George Weasley for starters manage to keep it at least a little light hearted. The Deathly Hallows revisits key characters and places and from all of the previous six books with subtle references to previous events or dialogue from earlier books, making the read very enjoyable. Most of the loose ends planted in the previous books will be tied up.
All in all a great and worthy conclusion to the series in my view. I’ m very thankful for the books and for the tremendous magical world created by J.K. Rowling.
Harry Potter, together with his teenage companions and the members of the Order of the Phoenix, enter the final struggle with Voldemort and his Death Eaters, without the guidance of Dumbledore. They seek to uncover and destroy Voldemort's horcruxes and the secrets of the Deathly Hallows. What could possibly go wrong?
This last book is a great climax, probably the best in the series, with plenty of action. In fact, one needs to pay close attention at times as we the discover the complex history of Dumbledore and Snape, and come to understand the ambiguity and true allegiances and objectives of the two characters. The final chapters are a powerful and moving conclusion to the series.
This is a once in a generation (or even century) series that has captured the imagination of so many and made such an impact on popular culture and imagination.......(one can only overlook the outrageous use of coincidence to move the story along in places!)
And so the greatest literary saga ever written comes to a close. J K Rowling, probably the most read children's author ever, had a lot of fans to please and a massive weight on her shoulders to deliver something epic and awesome in equal measures.
With Deathly Hallows she has definitely done that, this book could not be any bettter, it is moving, action packed, epic, entertaining, very well written and unbelievably fast paced. The descriptions are vivid and engrossing as are the characters. The events throughout are original and so well described you feel you are actually riding the cart through Gringotts or fighting beside the students of hogwarts as they battle to defend their lives and their school. Never has a series of books been so involving and engrossing - it is impossible not to be swept up in the wizarding world and become lost for a few chapter every night in this halls of Hogwarts or the forest of dean or the winding streets of Diagon alley.
While i was reading this book the pages seemed to fly by as if they were enchanted to do so, i lapped up this final installment in the series with great enthusiasm and it never failed to have me reaching for it every night and yearning for it when i was in school. There was not a moment, whilst reading this, that i was not entertained or engrossed - i literally had to force myself to put it down at two in the morning when i should have been sleeping.
As usual the story seems to be well thought out and very pleasing. Rowling uses her boundless imagination to deliver a roller coaster ride through thoroughly brilliant chapters. Each of the chapters gets subsequently better and seem vastly shorter than they are in truth. The final battle of hogwarts is gripping and brilliantly paced, the action (never overdone) blends seamlessly with the emotion and I truly could not put this book down.
The revelation that Snape sent the silver doe, that he had vowed to Dumbeldore to protect Harry and that he was not in fact in league with Voldemort were a stroke of genius and a very wise plot twist to include.
The Harry Potter novels and films have been a massive part of mine and millions of other peoples lives and Rowling could not have ended this phenomonal series any better. It has been unbelievable growing up in Hogwarts and the wizarding world and though it is over a part of me will never leave the Gryffindor common room and the big old castle that was our chance to be a part of something unique and completely extraordinary.
Well done J K Rowling and thanks for making my childhood so much more.
I bought this thinking it was a square boxed audio set, either illustrated or had pictures on that matched the printed children and adult versions of the story, that was just substantially cheaper that other similar items for sale, but it's not.
This item actually comes sealed in a dvd type case and has been produced by the RNIB. The case sleeve design does not match the editions I thought I was purchasing and the front of the cover is written in braille. There is no mention on the cover as to whether or not it is narrated by Stephen Fry.
Second place goes to listening to Stphen Fry read the books.
Third places goes to watching the film's.
Love the stories and audible is a great way to enjoy them while getting on with work.