Harry Potter Books 1-3: Audio Collection - 25 CDs (35 hours running time) £19.19 delivered @ The Book People
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Harry Potter Books 1-3: Audio Collection - 25 CDs (35 hours running time) £19.19 delivered @ The Book People

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Found 11th Dec 2017
Another good price for this Harry Potter audio collection including 25 CDs and 35 hours running time

Use codes GIFT17 and AFMISTLETOE at checkout to get for £19.19 delivered


Harry Potter Books 1-3: Audio Collection - 25 CDs (Audio)


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This set contains unabridged audio versions of the first three Harry Potter books - the perfect gift for young witches and wizards. They might not be on the Hogwarts Express but they can still enjoy the magic of these timeless tales.

Narrated by Stephen Fry, they follow the young wizard Harry as he heads off to Hogwarts and battles with the evil Lord Voldemort. Everyone will be on tenterhooks as they listen to these gripping and timeless stories by J.K. Rowling.

  • Running time: approx 35 hours
  • Format: CD
  • Unabridged

CDs in this collection:
  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - Disc 1-7
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Disc 1-8
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Disc 1-10
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Keep them coming Chanchi. Hot


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Atheist11th Dec 2017

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finger in many pies
Cool stories bro
I love the audio Harry’s Potter books just a pity I don’t have a CD player anymore
Not bad, although I'd recommend getting an Audible subscription and grabbing them each month there, if you're not bothered about collecting the CDs
Great price, great set, just a shame that CDs are going the same way as cassette tapes! I used to love rewinding those things on my finger! Good times.
tonybarnes2717 m ago

Great price, great set, just a shame that CDs are going the same way as …Great price, great set, just a shame that CDs are going the same way as cassette tapes! I used to love rewinding those things on my finger! Good times.


sucka! I used to use a pencil, much faster
I prefer Jim Dale, unfortunately the US version only.
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