The End and The Beginning
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Thanks for the great podcast. I really enjoyed it!
What are you going to do with the extra time you get now that this is finished?
Come back next week ;)
This was very good. I think this whole arc worked really well. The “Something to Protect” section hit me a lot harder in voice than it did first reading it. And it was great when I read it.
This project has not just transcribed a work from one form to another, it really has made something new and in many ways better. Congratulations for having made something great!
Thank you so much for making this possible. :)
I havet followed this podcast since around episode 20 came out. You (and everyone contributing with voices) havet done a great job. You have made my wednesdays great for years now. I really hope you till continue with another book :)
It’s been a tremendous pleasure Eneasz. Thank you very much for producing this. You did well and good.
Also, good job not succumbing to the planning fallacy when saying you’d finish this year :)
Congratulations for not only completing this huge project but doing it on shedule as well.
Thanks for everything :)
Happy New Year and thank you for doing such an amazing job.
I can’t wait to see what the future has in store for this site, as I also enjoyed the non-HPMOR fiction presented here I truly hope you continue.
Absolutely beautiful work. Listening to podcast helped me to understand all the things better then from reading the book. Respect for you and all the voice actors.
Thank you. But the full audio file skips from chapter 63 to chapter 86.
This is fixed now. So sorry! :(
Can’t say enough to describe all my feelings on all this, so.. thank you so much for all your work on this (and to the author and all the voice actors and so on!)
It has helped me feel like..my mind is turning on, again, if that makes sense.. revitalizing..
I’m excited to see what comes next, as you said
Wow. I’m sad that it’s over. The quality of hpmorpodcast both got me into the idea of audiobooks, and then ruined them by setting such a high bar. Stunning. Love the use of music, particularly in the last 2 arcs.
I really appreciate the effort you’ve put into this podcast. Its given me a lot of joy. Many thanks.
I just noticed something. You ruined audiobooks for me! Seriously!
I was trying to listen to the Worm audiobook a while back but then couldn’t because of the huge difference in quality. Now I tried to listen to the Commonwealth Saga Audiobook (in german) and I run into the same problem! And this one is a professional production!
(Don’t take that as criticism though, simply the fact that you have different voices for the cast and the music in the background where it’s fitting and all that puts your whole production on an entirely different level. You did a really really good job there!)
Thank you! I tried my best. I hope audio books aren’t ruined forever though, they can be very handy. :)
I agree with Senjiu about this podcast changing the way I perceive audiobooks. Of course the credit for that goes mostly to the author, but your presentation has been amazing!
One side effect of HPMOR is that I can never tolerate the original Harry Potter series any more! Harry is depicted as dumb as you depict captain Weasley, so I find it very hard to sympathize with him.
This goes for all other audiobooks. Unless I care for what happens to the hero, and he/she does something inspiring, amazing, or smart within the first two hours of audio, then that book is removed from my player.
I just wanted to say thank you. This podcast is awesome.
Thanks for all the great work, hpmor and the other ones!
Seriously. I listened to the last 50 episodes in maybe a week. I can’t stop^^
Still no donate button, so I’ll probably just buy some of your books.
Thank you for this great work of art!
Thank you!! I’m very happy you enjoyed it, hearing these sorts of things always brightens my day. :)
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