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I've read this book more than 18 years ago, so I won't be able to pinpoint all the details. We've just watched the movie version of this piece last night, and my youngest son just couldn't help but complain about how different the movie is from what's really written. I couldn't blame him, but our movie session still went through for the gazillionth time.
The Triwizard Tournament, Professor Moody, Rita Skitter, the Minister of Magic himself, and all graced this piece. Love angles and friend squabbles also added twists and turns. The ending had been heartbreaking, and yet the story continues on so there was still hope. I really looked forward to Book 5 thereafter.
In this book Harry is about to enter his fourth year at Hogwarts! The book starts with another characters POV who faces off against Voldemort - we see Wormtail has found his master and is back to serving him. Harry then wakes up and we find out what we were witnessing was his dream. The fact that we are only ever given as much information as Harry has really brings a good sense of mystery to the book. We work through the story, clues and obstacles with him, rather than knowing the ending and waiting for the main character to hurry up and realise. A good portion of the start of the book is spent on the Quidditch cup - were we learn a lot more about the magical world of wizards. What it would be like growing up with magic always around you, how wizards act in the outside world. We learn quite a bit about what people do with themselves after they leave school through out this book as well. Back at school they learn about the Triwizard Tournament and.. Someone has entered Harry! But why? Is someone trying to kill Harry? A lot of the teachers think so, including Dumbledore. Who would go through all this trouble to get Harry? I can think of one person... Highly recommended!
This is a great book for many reasons I will tell you 4 of them…1 the Quidditch world cup that was excellent and the Dark Mark that was weird.2 I liked How there was a fourth champion and how Harry got a golden egg.3 I like how Harry used Gillyweed and saved someone he wasn't supposed to.4 I loved how there were stuff like spinex's it's a shame someone died.There I have given you four reasons why you should read this book.I recommend this for ages 7+.(I also love it because it's got Sirius Black in it.
The goblet of fire is an intresting book and a must read but before I get into my review I will tell you what is on so far:Harry in the last book learns Sirius Black is his godfather and is not the mass murderer he is thought to be.He 'murdered thirteen people with a single curse.'The true guilty one is none other than Peter Pettigrew who is a huge supporter of Voldemort and is also known as Wormtail.
Anyway,this book opens a darker world so anyone who is about to read it needs to know that there are deaths in this heartbreaking book.Those lives that were lost belonged to Bartemius 'Barty' Crouch;a Senior ministry of magic worker and Cedric Diggory a Hufflepuff student in seventh year who is described as very handsome,clever and fair.
The legendary triwizard tournament is on for the first time in centuries and the three (it's in the name:tri wizard) schools competing in this risky tournament are Durmstrang where legendary Bulgarian seeker Viktor Krum goes to school,Beaxbatons French Academy of Magic where radiant Fleur Delacour (she's part Veela which is like a beautiful woman who has the power to attract men)goes and last but obviously best………………HOGWARTS!!!
Sadly as the saying that I made up goes;there is no completely spotless house which means that first of all there is an extremely dangerous Death Eater at Hogwarts you see,Albus Dumbldore who is currently headmaster aHogwarts hired ex-Auror Alastor 'Mad Eye' Moody who has been captured by Barty Crouch Jr.and the imposter always drinks from a hip flask full of polyjuice potion (more of that in the second book)this book is great and funny but very dark