A Review of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling

In this volume of the Harry Potter series we follow Harry, now 14, in his Journey through the Tri Wizard Tournament.

His tale begins with him having a strange, yet scary dream of Voldemort and Wormtail. As he comes fully awake his scar burns on his forehead. Not knowing what else to do he sends an Owl to his godfather, Sirius, who is still in hiding.

He is invited by The Weasleys to go to the Quidditch World cup at the end of summer. From there, things just begin spiraling out of control.

I enjoyed this boom but not as much as the last three. I feel like this book was far too long and some things could’ve been left out. A new group of characters introduced which definitely shook thinks up. Some of them I love, some I hated.

The end left a lot of unanswered questions for me and didn’t fully wrap things up. But Rowling probably did this on purpose so everyone will rush to buy the next one.


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