Harry Potter en die Orde van die Feniks

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Dompeldorius laat sak sy hande en tuur deur sy halfmaanbril na Harry. "Dis tyd, " se hy, " dat ek vir jou vertel wat ek reeds vyf jaar vir jou moes gese het, Harry, sit , asb. Ek gaan jou alles vertel"

Die vyfde boek in die baie gewilde Afrikaanse reeks vertalings van die Harry Potter boeke. Janie Oosthuysen, bekroonde vertaler en skrywer in eie reg, toor behoorlik met woorde om die Afrikaanse uitgawe net so boeiend en betowerend te maak as die oorspronklike.

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Harry Potter staan aan die begin van sy vyfde jaar by Hogwarts Skool vir Heksery en Towerkuns. Anders as die meeste skoolseuns geniet Harry nooit sy somervakansie nie, maar hierdie vakansie is nog slegter. Soos gewoonlik versuur die Dursleys sy lewe en selfs sy beste vriende, Ron en Hermien, skeep hom af. Harry het genoeg gehad. Hy begin voel hy moet iets doen, enigiets, om sake te verander. Maar die vakansie eindig op n baie vreemde en dramatiese noot. En by Hogwarts vind Harry dat die lewe amper ondraaglik geword het . . .
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AuthorJ.K. Rowling
PublisherHuman & Rousseau
PlaceCape Town
Year2003
ISBN9780798143783
BindingPaperback
ConditionFair
CommentsCorners curling slightly; edge wear
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