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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

by J.K. Rowling (Read by Jim Dale) Audio Book CD

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling - AudioBook CD

Brand New (nevertheless shrink wrapped):  Unabridged. 20 hours   17CDs 

The 4th book opens as Frank Bryce, the Riddle manor's elderly caretaker who had been questioned by surrounding authorities for murder of the Riddles over fifty years ago, sees lights inside the abandoned mansion. Investigating, he overhears Lord Voldemort and Peter Pettigrew (Wormtail) plotting the death of Harry Potter. Frank is noticed and slain by Voldemort's Avada Kedavra, though the Dark Lord is just called "The Thing".

Soon after, Harry, Hermione Granger, the Weasley family (with all the exception of Molly) and many Wizarding colleagues leave for the Quidditch World Cup. After the match, a flight of Death Eaters (Lord Voldemort's servants) storm the camp, creating panic and destruction. Harry sees that he has lost his wand and becomes worried. Harry, Hermione and Ron flee into the woodland whence they see the Dark Mark, the signal of Lord Voldemort, beamed into the evening sky. The head of the Department of International Magical Co-operation, Barty Crouch Sr, arrives and accuses the trio of conjuring the Mark. Soon they find Winky, the home elf of Crouch himself, clutching Harry's stolen wand. A furious Crouch sacks Winky found on the place, infuriating Hermione and beginning her near-obsession with elf rights.

Narrated by the great British Actor Jim Dale - who narrates more Harry Potter Audio Books sold internationally than anybody else!

The sound adaptation of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, narrated by Jim Dale, has become the initial book inducted into the Audio Publishers Association's new Hall of Fame.

About the Narrator Jim Daleaudiobook

Jim became "The Toast of Broadway" [NY Times 1981] when he created the flamboyant title character in the today planet distinguished Cy Coleman musical "Barnum", winning him the Tony Award and the Drama Desk Award.

He began training for his profession at the age of 9. For six years he studied tap dancing, judo, National dancing, ballet and tumbling. During these years he performed in various amateur shows and began to include comedy in his act. 

At the age of seventeen he became the youngest expert comedian in Great Britain, touring all distinguished Variety Music Halls. 

He joined the Royal Air Force at the age of eighteen and invested the upcoming 2 years entertaining troops in England and Germany.

At the age of 22, he became a quite lucrative 'pop singer'. He initially appeared in, then hosted the best pop music show on BBC tv, "6-5 Special." Later he became the initially recording artist under the wing of the today famous Sir George Martin, who produced countless hit records for him over the upcoming 2 years.

He was invited to join the BBC as a disc jockey, and hosted their top Saturday morning 2 hr record show for over a year. 

In 1966 he was asked to play the clown Autolycus in Shakespeare's, The Winter's Tale at the Edinburgh Festival. 
The upcoming year he played Bottom in A Midsummer Nights Dream and the title character in Scapino. 

In 1970, at the request of Laurence Olivier, he joined The British National Theatre as a leading actor. 
Over the upcoming 2 years he appeared in Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Merchant of Venice, The National Health, The Great Natured Man, The Captain of Kopenick, along with a 2 hander play with Anthony Hopkins, The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria. 

At the Young Vic, he re-created the title part in Scapino, which he co-adapted with Frank Dunlop, and played Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew. 

His different West End theatre credits include The Burglar, The Wayward Way, The Card, A Midsummer Nights Dream, A Winters' Tale, and many newly, the piece of Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver! at the London Palladium.

Broadway saw Jim in the smash hit, Scapino (Drama Desk Award/ Outer Critics Award / Tony nomination). 
Other credits on and Off-Broadway include, Joe Egg, (Outer Critics Award / Tony nomination). Travels With My Aunt, (Drama Desk Award / Outer Critics Award / Lucille Lortel Award) Candide (Tony Nomination), The Comedians, (Lucille Lortel Nomination) The Invisible Man, Privates On Parade, The Taming of the Shrew, Me And My Girl , A Christmas Carol - The Musical, The Music Man and Address Unknown.

Television 

Huckleberry Finn for PBS, The American Clock by Arthur Miller, The Bill Cosby Show, The Ellen Burstyn Show, The Dinah Shore Show, Sunday Night at the London Palladium (Host), Six Five Special (Host), Thank Your Lucky Stars (Host), Meet Jim Dale and The Jim Dale Show for ATV London. 

Films 

The National Health, Joseph Andrews, The Spaceman and King Arthur, Hot Lead-Cold Feet, Pete’s Dragon, Adolf Hitler - My Part in His Downfall, Lock Up Your Daughters, Scandalous, The Winters Tale, Digby, The Hunchback, and eleven movies in the British "Carry On" series.

Song Writing

He won an Academy Award Nomination for composing the lyrics to Georgy Girl, and has created songs for such movies as Shalako, A Winter's Tale, Twinky and Joseph Andrews.

Audio Books

Jim has recorded all six sound books in the "Harry Potter" series, winning a Grammy Award 2000 and 4 Grammy Nominations.
He is furthermore the recipient of 7 Audie Awards, and 7 Headphone Awards.

2001
"Best Narrator - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire""

2004 
"Audio Book of the Year - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix", 
"Best Childrens Audio Book - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" 

2005
"Best Classic Audio Book - A Christmas Carol", 
"Best Childrens Audio Book - "Peter and the Starcatchers", 
"Best Narrator - Peter and the Starcatchers"

About the Author J K Rowling:

Joanne Rowling was born in South Gloucestershire, England on 31 July 1965, found on the outskirts of Bristol. There is some confusion as to precisely where; Rowling has mentioned she was born in Chipping Sodbury, whereas her birth certificate apparently claims she was born in the Cottage Hospital at Yate. Her sister Di was born when Rowling was virtually 2 . The family moved to Winterbourne, Bristol when Rowling was 4, and then to Tutshill, near Chepstow, Wales at the age of 9. She attended secondary school at Wyedean School and College. In December 1990, Rowling's mom succumbed to a decade-long battle with several sclerosis.

After studying French and Classics at the University of Exeter, with a year of research in Paris, she moved to London to function as a researcher and bilingual secretary for Amnesty International. During this period she had the idea for a story of the young boy attending a school of wizardry while she was on a four-hour, delayed train trip between Manchester and London. When she had reached her destination, she started composing instantly .

Rowling then moved to Portugal to teach English as a foreign code. While there, she married Portuguese tv journalist Jorge Arantes on 16 October 1992. They had 1 child, Jessica Isabel, before divorcing in 1993. Their daughter was called after Rowling's heroine, Jessica Mitford.

In December, 1994, she and her daughter moved to be near her sister in Edinburgh. Unemployed and living on state advantages, she completed her initial novel, doing a few of the function in surrounding Edinburgh cafes whenever she may receive Jessica to fall sleeping. There was a rumour that she wrote in surrounding cafés in purchase to escape from her unheated flat, but in a 2001 BBC interview Rowling remarked, "I am not stupid enough to rent an unheated flat, in Edinburgh, in mid-winter; it had heating"

In 1995, Rowling completed her manuscript for Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone on an older manual typewriter. Upon the enthusiastic reaction of Bryony Evans, a young reader who had been asked to review the book's initial 3 chapters, the Fulham-based Christopher Little Literary Agents agreed to represent Rowling in her quest for a publisher. The book was handed to twelve publishing houses, all of which refused it. . A year later she was finally provided the greenlight (along with a £1500 advance) by the editor Barry Cunningham within the little publisher Bloomsbury. Although Cunningham happily agreed to publish the book, he claims he advised her to receive a day job, as she had small chance of creating cash in children's books. She then received an £8000 grant within the Scottish Arts Council to allow her to continue composing. The following spring, an auction was held in the United States for the rights to publish the novel, and was won by Scholastic Inc, who paid Rowling over 0,000. Rowling has mentioned she "almost died" when she heard the news. In June, 1997, Bloomsbury published Philosopher's Stone with an intial print run of just 1000 duplicates, 500 of which were distributed to libraries. Today, such duplicates are valued at between £16,000 and £25,000 each.  Five months later it won its initially honor, a Nestle Smarties Book Prize. In February, the novel won the prestigious British Book Award for Children's Book of the Year, and, later the Children's Book Award. In October 1998, Scholastic published Philosopher's Stone in the States under the title of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, a change Rowling today claims she regrets and would have fought if she had been in a greater position at the time. .

In December 1999, the 3rd Harry Potter novel, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,won the Smarties Prize, in the task creating Rowling the initial individual to win the honor 3 occasions running. She later withdrew the 4th Harry Potter novel from contention to enable additional books a fair chance. In January, 2000, Prisoner of Azkaban won the inaugural Whitbread Children's Book of the Year honor, though it narrowly lost the Book of the Year prize to Seamus Heaney's translation of Beowulf. That June, the Queen honored Rowling by creating her an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

Rowling has reported that she plans to continue composing after the publication of the final Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, In an interview with Stephen Fry in 2005, Rowling advertised that she would much like to write any next books under a pseudonym; yet she conceded to Jeremy Paxman in 2003 that if she did, the hit would "find out in seconds." In 2006, Rowling revealed that she had completed composing a limited brief stories and another children's book (a "political fairy story") about a monster, aimed at a young audience than Harry Potter visitors.

She is not planning to write an eighth Harry Potter book, and has reported, "I can't state I'll not write another book about that globe simply because I think, what do I learn, in ten years' time I may wish To return with it but I think it's unlikely." But, Rowling has mentioned she is composing an encyclopaedia of Harry Potter's wizarding planet consisting of many unpublished information and notes. Any income from such a book will be provided to charity. During a news meeting at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre in 2007, Rowling, when asked how the encyclopaedia was coming along, mentioned, "It's not coming along, and I haven't started composing it. I not mentioned it was the upcoming thing I'd do." As of the finish of 2007, Rowling has mentioned that the encyclopaedia might take as much as ten years to complete, stating "There is not any point in doing it unless it is actually amazing. The last thing I wish To do is to rush ­something out".

In July 2007, Rowling mentioned that she wants to commit "lots" of her time to her family, but is currently "sort of composing 2 things", 1 for youngsters and the alternative for adults. She didn't provide any details about the 2 projects but did state that she was excited because the 2 book condition reminded her of composing the Philosopher's Stone, explaining how she was then composing 2 books until Harry took over. She reported in October 2007 that her future function was unlikely to be in the fantasy genre, explaining, "I think possibly I've performed my fantasy....it will be incredibly difficult to go out and create another planet that didn't in some technique overlap with Harry's or borrow a small too much from Harry." In November 2007, Rowling mentioned that she was functioning on another book, a "half-finished book for youngsters that I think will be the upcoming thing I publish." In March 2008, Rowling confirmed that her "political fairy tale" for kids was nearing completion.

In March 2008, Rowling revealed in interview that she had returned to composing in Edinburgh cafés, aim on composing a modern novel for youngsters. "I can continue composing for kids because that's what I enjoy," she told The Daily Telegraph. "I am great at acquiring a appropriate café; I blend into the crowd and, naturally, I don't sit in the center of the bar staring all around me."

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