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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling

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AuthorJ.K. Rowling
TitleHarry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
SeriesHarry Potter
Volume4
Year2000
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Meradith 
(Dec 06, 2005)

I love the Harry Potter books! They make you laugh, cry, and wish that magic really exists. I myself loved them so much that I am looking into auditioning for the 6th movie. At the end of book 5 I cried. I can relate to Cedric Diggorys father's and Harry's sadness because I too lost a friend. Your books are awesome and I cant put them down! Keep up the good work!


Submitted by Rory 
(Sep 02, 2005)

Out of all of J.K Rowlings books, this is her best. Prisoner of Azkaban was running close to second, but Goblet of Fire is number one! It brings in something different than the normal "He who must not be named" comes after him in some form or another. Instead, a game progresses and relationships, not just romance, form. It's humorous with the different schools clashing together either stepping on toes or just trying to make friends. I've read the book a few times. Do not let the size of it intimidate you. Some parts are a bit too droned out but this book is a nice break from the usual Harry books.


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Jul 08, 2005)

Out of all of J.K Rowlings books, this is one of her best. Prisoner of Azkaban was running close to second, but Goblet of Fire is number one! It brings in something different than the normal "He who must not be named" comes after him in some form or another. Instead, a game progresses and relationships, not just romance, form. It's humorous with the different schools clashing together either stepping on toes or just trying to make friends. I've read the book a few times. Do not let the size of it intimidate you. Some parts are a bit too droned out but this book is a nice break from the usual Harry books.


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