The newest audiobook in the Harry Potter collection is going to have Game of Thrones fans going gaga! That’s because Game of Thrones alumna Natalie Dormer is lending her soothing vocal talents and narrating the upcoming audio version of Harry Potter: A History of Magic.
On Thursday, Dormer made a special announcement via Pottermore’s social media pages in order to reveal the upcoming audiobook. Pottermore captioned the video,”In every culture, in every age, in every place and, probably, in every heart, there is magic. Discover the real-world magic behind the Harry Potter stories, with a new audiobook narrated by Natalie Dormer: Audible.com/HistoryOfMagic‘
Check out Natalie Dormer introducing Harry Potter: A History of Magic below.
[row]“I’ve always adored the Harry Potter books, but it wasn’t until I started speaking with the British Library’s curators — hearing about the various myths, legends, and cultures that have helped shape the wizarding world — that I really began to appreciate the richness and depth of J. K. Rowling’s writing,” Dormer says. “There are so many wonderful details to explore, and A History of Magic unearths some remarkable gems of information that are sure to have listeners awestruck. It’s been fun to join the Wizarding World family.”[/row]
If you want to own Harry Potter: A History of Magic for yourself, you can preorder the audiobook right now from Audible and check out the official synopsis for Harry Potter: A History of Magic below:
“Throughout Harry Potter: A History of Magic, Dormer leads listeners through an audio journey like no other, delving into real-world magical texts and artifacts. From Ethiopian charms and Chinese oracle bones to the story of Nicolas Flamel and Smelly Nelly’s black moon crystal ball, listeners will be transfixed by tales of magical history and mystical traditions from all over the world, many of which they will recognize from the Harry Potter books that they know and love. Featuring exclusive interviews with series narrators Jim Dale and Stephen Fry, illustrators Jim Kay and Olivia Lomenech Gill, and curators from the British Library and New-York Historical Society, Harry Potter: A History of Magic illuminates both the Wizarding World and the creative process behind the development of the beloved Harry Potter stories.”
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