G.Norman Lippert – James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper

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  • Written by G.Norman Lippert
  • Format: Spoken Word (unabridged)
  • Length:19 hours 3 minutes
  • Narrated by: Jus Sargeant
  • Publisher: Living Audio C.I.C.
  • Living Audio release date: 29/10/2014
  • Regular price: £5.00 (available for blind/print disabled only!)

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A summer of change brings James back to Hogwarts with a new perspective. And confident that last year’s adventures are well behind him, he prepares for the immense challenges of schoolwork, trying-out for the Quidditch team, and keeping an eye on his brother Albus and cousin Rose.

But for James, a new school year brings some worrying questions about the new headmaster, as well as the increasing fear that an entirely new and unspeakable evil has entered the world, one whose origins stretch all the way back to the time of the founders.

Unsure who to trust, but knowing that all of his hopes hinge on the questionable loyalties of one individual, James faces a struggle that challenges his deepest fears…and most secret hopes.

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by Abby Jennings on Blank Product Name
Another great audiobook...

OK, I couldn't quite bring myself to give this one 5 stars, but it was pretty close! I just thought the stuff about the school play was a bit too much really. I think it needed to be there, but it was all a bit ... dramatic ... Lol! Anyway, Justin did a great job with the narration as before, and I love how consistent his voices are across both books. I think that's the mark of a really really good narrator. Some readers are shocking! Really looking forward to the next book coming out in summer, and love the trailer you posted on Twitter! Thanks X


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