Between the fourth and fifth books, Potter fans had to wait three years. The first four volumes of Harry Potter audiobook Part 5: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix had had sold 200 million copies and been translated into 55 languages in 200 countries before the release of the fifth.
Dementors attack Harry Potter and his cousin Dudley during the summer of Harry Potter audiobook Part 5: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Harry is expelled from Hogwarts after being forced to use magic to ward them off, but his expulsion is postponed pending a hearing at the Ministry of Magic. A squad of wizards from the Order of the Phoenix whisk Harry away to Number 12, Grimmauld Place, Sirius Black’s childhood home.
Dolores Umbridge, a senior Ministry employee at Hogwarts, is appointed as the new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher. She refuses to believe in Voldemort’s reappearance and clashes with Harry, punishing him by having him carve “I must not tell lies” into the back of his hand with a magical wand. She also refuses to teach her students defensive magic, leading Harry, Ron, and Hermione to start their own Defense club with the help of other students. As the new High Inquisitor, Umbridge is given the authority by the Ministry to intervene in Hogwarts, and she bans unapproved clubs, forcing Dumbledore’s Army to assemble in secret in the Room of Requisition to rehearse under Harry’s direction.
The Death Eaters are fought by Harry and his allies, who are soon joined by members of the Order. During the battle, Neville breaks the prophecy by accident, and Bellatrix Lestrange murders Sirius. Harry pursues her, but he is no match for her. Voldemort arrives to assassinate Harry, but Dumbledore arrives as well, and the two fight to a draw. In an attempt to persuade Dumbledore to kill Harry, Voldemort takes possession of him, but Harry fights back, and Voldemort flees just before Fudge arrives. Fudge accepts the truth after seeing Voldemort.
At last of this part of Harry Potter audiobook , Harry becomes morose as a result of the prophesy and the loss of Sirius, despite the fact that the wizarding society now holds him in high regard. Harry returns to the Dursleys, spurred on by his cronies.
Harry Potter audiobook Part 5: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix earned largely positive reviews and a number of awards. It also won the 2004 Gold Medal from the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, as well as several other honors. Deirdre Donahue, a reporter for USA Today, appreciated Rowling’s creativity. “The Order of the Phoenix starts cautiously, develops speed, and then skateboards, with somersaults, to its ferocious finale,” wrote New York Times writer John Leonard. The majority of the unfavorable reviews expressed concern over the novel’s violence as well as morality issues that arose during the story.
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