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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

BY J. K. ROWLING #53 in Books

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4.82 / 5 based on 142 Reviews


When Harry Potter's name emerges from the Goblet of Fire, he becomes a competitor in a grueling battle for glory among three wizarding schools - the Triwizard Tournament. But since Harry never submitted his name for the Tournament, who did? Now Harry must confront a deadly dragon, fierce water demons and an enchanted maze only to find himself in the cruel grasp of He Who Must Not Be Named. In this fourth film adaptation of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series, everything changes as Harry, Ron and Hermione leave childhood forever and take on challenges greater than anything they could have imagined.

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Gina L.
411 reviews
Bookworm Expert Level 1
This book is just full of adventure! Dragons, sphinx, mermaids, giant spider..! The storyline is so good and it’s a fast read. You really get sucked into the book and you won’t be able to put it down!
Paola T.
Reno, NV
83 reviews
This is literally my favorite book of the series! You can feel the suspense and adrenaline throughout the whole book. You don’t know what’s gonna happen and everyone becomes suspicious of Harry’s danger. It is also a very fun book in terms of how the characters process and associate one with another.
Shelby W.
Portland, OR
246 reviews
Bookworm Expert Level 1
This is my favorite book by far! It made me imagine what my own prom would be like (their dance is similar to prom). One of the thickest books in the series. This one is a page turner and full of action and introduces some new characters and development. 
Belle B.
Matheny, WV
595 reviews
Bookworm Expert Level 1
This is one of my all time favorite Harry Potter books! From beginning to end it is so incredible. There are heartbreaking parts and hilarious parts. The twins are so incredible in this book as is Ginny.
Allie H.
St Louis, MO
374 reviews
Bookworm Expert Level 2
This middle Harry Potter book is jam-packed with new elements. From new schools joining the mix, to a bunch of new magic and creatures, this is a vivid part of Harry Potter’s story. JK Rowling is just the best.
Andra D.
New Prt Rchy, FL
160 reviews
I had read the first 3 novels In the Harry Potter series and had found them extremely enjoyable page turners, Rowling creates a complete, magical world and her characters are always perfectly developed: You cheer when Harry stands up to Snape, You scowl inside when Malfoy turns up and you feel safe and secure when Dumbledore's around. But quite simply, the extrodinary and sensational "Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire" leaves the previous books In the dust. From the opening chapter you realise this Isn't going to be your average Harry Potter book, a character suspected of murder Is himself murdered at the hands of Lord Voldemort. I had always felt a Harry potter novel didn't get exciting until the story reached Hogwarts, this time Harry, Ron and Hermione travel to see a Qudditch World Cup which doesen't leave you dosing off waiting for the Hogwarts Express. But from then on the pace becomes consistently quicker, Harry's name Is put In a "Goblet Of Fire" which chooses contestants for a tournament involving other schools of witchcraft and wizardry. Harry is helped throughout the tournament by a new teacher "Mad Eye Moody" someone who you begin to trust throughout the story. Harry makes his way through the tournament tasks and unexpectactly finds himself face to face with Lord Voldemort, resulting In the death of not a prominant, but significant character. By the end things have got so messy you can only cringe at the things which are no doubt to come. This Is by far the most compelling instalment In the series. I've read critics complain Rowling Is writing directly at a more adult audience, this Is definetely not the case; For a start, Rowling already holds a huge adult audience with these books, parents enjoy them just as much as their children, also (like Harry himself) Rowling's prime audience of 8 to 12 year olds are growing up as well, I think It's fitting that children can grow up with these stories as they themselves become more mature. Although for especially young children of anyone under seven, parents should defineteley read along, the last hundred or so pages can be frightning and sometimes shocking. And as Dumbledore explains the stories events to Harry (and readers) Rowling has you flipping back hundreds of pages to realise just how intricately intwined the plot really Is. Simply an amazing read from cover to cover, "The Goblet Of Fire" Is to the previous Instalments what "The Empire Strikes Back" was to "Star Wars", It gives the series deeper meaning and makes an already enjoying tale Into something better than you thought It could be.
Tayler H.
Richardson , TX
357 reviews
Bookworm Expert Level 1
Obviously Harry Potter books are amazing! I particularly enjoyed this one because of the complex story, I think the Goblet Of Fire tournament is fascinating and so creative! It brings you into the amazing world of magic and how cool wizards are but it also continues the plot line of Harry and Voldemort. Excellent book and one of the best ones of the series! 
Sang K.
Wilmington, DE
319 reviews
Bookworm Expert Level 1
So much action. There was so much going on and you see a lot of growth with the characters developing feelings with each other that they weren't fully ready to embrace. Also, the introduction of characters from different places was so intriguing and added an entire new layer to the universe.
Allie A.
50 reviews
Neither of my kids could get into this book., unfortunately I am not a potter fan either., I feel bad writing a review that negatively reflects what potentially could be a wonderful book. However, I think it's important to mention as much as most people love that cutie pie Harry. He's just not for everyone.
Stephanie B.
Springfield, GA
394 reviews
Bookworm Expert Level 1
Out of all the Harry Potter books/movies this is by far my favorite. This book introduces us to more new creatures, magic, conflict, and adventure. It is on going action and suspense. This is when the series takes a turn to a darker side.
The book goes into great details and you can practically smell each character as they enter a page.
Megan T.
greensboro, NC
190 reviews
Which movie of the series is your favorite?
Tina N.
Bakersfield, CA
38 reviews
What is one thing you wish you could take out of the Harry Potter movies to keep as your own? The wands, potions, or maybe even a character?
FashionDues 💖.
Staten Island, Ny
221 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 2
Whos your favorite harry potter character? i love hermonie
Amy K.
Richmond, VA
24 reviews
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Elizabeth H.
Byron Center, MI
23 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
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