The Seeker's Guide to Harry Potter takes you on a journey and exploration into the underlying themes of J. K. Rowling’s fantastically successful Harry Potter series. Drawing from her unique background and personal experiences, the author provides original insights into the mysticism, magic, and symbolism within the world of Harry Potter.
Dr. Geo Trevarthen is an academic who has painstakingly researched the Harry Potter craze. But she goes far beyond the normal criteria and steps into a world of real magic and its shamanic past. In doing so, she reveals the origins of many of the elements found within the novels and films. She developed and taught the course on Harry Potter in Open Studies at the University of Edinburgh, where she received a Ph.D. for her groundbreaking work on Celtic shamanism and is currently a postdoctoral fellow.
Join us in this fascinating interview as we journey into a world full of mystery and wonder.
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This might have been better if someone actually spent time making it for audio instead of taking it from the DVD. Tons of background noise, so noisy that you really can't tell what the speaker is saying. Traffic noise, long periods of repetitive music, "OM"ing. All probably works in the DVD, BUT NOT FOR AUDIO!
The fact that she has a ton of great information but the audio was so full of background distraction that it wasn't possible to hold attention to what she was saying.
The quality of the recording (her voice only) was shallow and tinny.
I would have cut all the background noise and actually allowed the listener to focus in on the story, her message.
Yes. Watch the DVD, don't waste a credit on this audio.
The audiobook is artificially lengthened by long stretches of music interrupting pieces of content.
Even worse, the music continues over the content making the book difficult to listen to.
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