Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Book 4- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Written by J K Rowling
Published by Bloomsbury

Contests or tournaments always have some sort of age limits. The contest in the wizarding world are no different. The Triwizard tournament was one in which Harry was forced to compete. Why?

The Goblet of Fire is a magical object in which one must only drop a chit with their name and school’s name to stand for the tournament.

Harry couldn’t remember putting his name in, but he is chosen by the Goblet to be the fourth (!) Triwizard contestant.

What with dragons, underwater trips and mazes, Harry’s year is packed full of exciting, interesting and scary incidents.

At the end, Harry meets his worst enemy. Again, Voldemort fails to destroy Harry, but a good friend of Harry’s is killed.

What is more, the next three books are darker because Voldemort comes to power in this book. The first death after the ones of Harry’s parents is in this books.

This review is by my 11 year old, A.

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