Harry Potter à l'École des Sorciers (Harry Potter 1) : Harry Potter

  • by J.K. Rowling
  • Narrated by Bernard Giraudeau
  • Series: Harry Potter
  • 8 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Orphelin, Harry Potter est élevé par un oncle et une tante qui ne l'aiment pas. Le jour de ses 11 ans, son existence bascule : un géant l'emmène à Poudlard, l'école de sorcellerie ! Voilà son incroyable destin : être sorcier. Jeter des sorts, utiliser des pouvoirs, ensorceler les trolls... À la maison Gryffondor, il rencontre Ron et Hermione, s'initie au Quidditch, un sport pratiqué sur un balai. La vie est excitante, mais Voldemort, Celui-Dont-On-Ne-Doit-Pas-Prononcer-Le-Nom, refait surface.

Initiation ou plaisir renouvelé, plongez dans le 1er tome du célèbre chef d'œuvre de J.K. Rowling ! Guidé par une voix envoutante, revivez le début de la série Harry Potter avec ce livre audio à télécharger.

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Customer Reviews

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Very Difficult To Understand

So context, I am a fourth year university student (in Canada) taking French. I am fluent in French and fairly confident with my command of the language. That being said, I had a VERY difficult time understanding the narrator... Perhaps because I am not an native French speaker, but even with slowing down the narration I had such a difficult time understanding the voices. They seem mumbled, they seem too nasal and it causes me a lot of difficulty with this book.

I am hoping once I spend a little more time immersed in the French language I will be better equipped to understand that narration, but as someone who exclusively operates in the French language academically... I am not sure that that will happen any time soon.

Review:

As a native speaker, you will enjoy this book
As a language learner, you will probably have difficulty with this book

TIP: if you listen to this while reading a physical copy of the book, you will be able to better understand the narration.
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- Scott Reads

Overall good, but a bit mumbly

The audio and the e-book differ every so slightly, which is annoying to follow a second language learner of French. The speed of narration is fast for me as a non-native speaker, but that's fine.

Overall, the acting is pretty good, but some of the characters he reads with a mumbled. bored, nasal voice which is unbelievably hard to understand. Ron and Neville come to mind, maybe Malfoy. I didn't feel like that added anything to the story.
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- Patrick T. Baggett

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-11-2017
  • Publisher: Pottermore from J.K. Rowling