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The Imagination Chamber
Written by:
Philip Pullman 
Read by:
Philip Pullman 
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
1 hours 29 minutes 
September 01 2022 
Available Date:
September 01 2022 
Age Category:
Children (10+) 
Fiction; Children; Children's Fiction; Fantasy 
Bolinda audio 
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Award winning author
UK Author

Master storyteller Philip Pullman returns to the world of Lyra and Will, Mrs Coulter and Lee Scoresby, Pantalaimon and Iorek Byrnison, in this must-have companion to the His Dark Materials trilogy.

Appearances can be deceptive – this is an audiobook like no other. It contains untold riches – every page a tiny particle of story from the universe of His Dark Materials, made alive for us by the writer's imagination. The story gives you exciting new glimpses of Lyra’s world, as well as astonishing insight into the storytelling mind of Philip Pullman. So step into the imagination chamber. Listen carefully, linger over each story particle. And be amazed by what you find. This audio edition of The Imagination Chamber also includes the following exclusive additional content: • A recorded live event on His Dark Materials from Hay Festival 2022, featuring a chaired discussion between cast members of the popular BBC adaptation Amir Wilson (Will Parry) and Simone Kirby (Mary Malone), as well producer Jane Tranter, about the joys and challenges of bringing the series to life. • An insightful Q&A with the author, in which Pullman shares his love of libraries, the joy of storytelling, where he finds ideas and much more.

'One of the supreme literary dreamers and magicians of our time.'
The Guardian

'Mr. Pullman’s writing is clear, clean and forceful, never striving for effect and all the more effective because of it. He’s also a man of ideas, which gives great savor to his work.' (on The Secret Commonwealth)
The Wall Street Journal