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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
by J.K. Rowling
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14 entries have been written about this.

Why I recommend this — 3 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

“If you want to know what a man’s like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.” (Sirius Black) – JK Rowling

A story about this — 6 years ago

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I think this one is the most action packed. Things happen one after the other!

For those fans of the Movies — 6 years ago

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Books 1-3 are 90% just like the book. But Goblet of Fire was like a totally new book. Only 60% like the book. Several characters have meatier roles in the book than the movie- so I was really in shock as to what may happen. Dobby and another house elf are big players in the book, yet never seen in the movie.

So for this one, do not rely on the movie alone.

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Harry Potter and the goblet of fire — 6 years ago

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The book was very good. It took me quite a long time to read it all because I was a little unmotivated to finish it since, having seen the movie, I knew hot it endend. I was quite pleased with the ending of the book since it gives out more details than the movie. I’ll have to see it again. Now, I have to read the fifth and sixth tome before the seventh tome.

A review of this — 7 years ago

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I was drawn into the Harry Potter series by the light-hearted, magical world J.K. Rowling created around the students of Hogwarts School or Witchcraft and Wizardry. The first three books were heavy on school activities, light on the dark, horrible world of Voldemort and plentiful with the fun, magical moments that made me fall in love with Harry, Ron and Hermione. The third book was by far, my favorite of the series thusfar.

The fourth book was considerably darker than any of the others and as a result, I enjoyed it less than I did the first three.

It’s very interesting to see the books becoming more mature as the characters and readers age. I’m finding that I don’t really like Harry Potter or his attitude and keep on reading for Ron, Fred and George. I also can’t help but feel that Ron and Hermione would (will) be the perfect couple. I’m confident that they’ll end up together in the end.

Why I recommend this — 8 years ago

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one of the best in the harry potter series.

5/5

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A story about this — 8 years ago

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I need to re-absorb it after that horrid movie.

A story about this — 8 years ago

re-reading

A story about this — 9 years ago

This chapter in Harry’s life reads more like a thriller and an exciting voyage into hormones etc. Adventure, heartbreak and sadness. More uses for the invisibility cloak. Of course, you want to read on.

A story about this — 9 years ago

By far my favorite in the Harry Potter series. (That is pending the highly heralded book 6).

A story about this — 9 years ago

This one is starting out so much darker than the first three.

A story about this — 10 years ago

Very good.

A story about this — 10 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

Jumped straight from the third book into this one and haven’t stopped (except to type these words). I’m going to be sorry when I’ve finished it!

Update: this was the best Harry Potter book that I’ve read so far. I was absolutely shamelessly addicted to it and read it in abotu four days. Highly Recommended.

A story about this — 10 years ago

The last 100 pages were far superior to the rest.


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