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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter Book 4)

253 Ratings: 3.6
The fourth book in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series.

In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, J.K. Rowling offers up equal parts danger and delight--and any number of dragons, house-elves, and death-defying challenges. Now 14, her orphan hero has only two more weeks with his Muggle relatives before … see full wiki

Author: J. K. Rowling
Genre: Children's Books, Fantasy
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks, Scholastic
34 reviews about Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry...
Quick Tip by . June 16, 2010
Witchcraft is handed to kids like a piece of tempting candy when in fact it is a dangerous dark art with serious consequences.
Quick Tip by . June 15, 2010
One of the best books of the series because it goes into great detail on some parts, but is still easy for younger readers to follow.
Quick Tip by . June 09, 2010
love this book
review by . August 29, 2006
"Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" is the fourth book in J.K. Rowling's beloved "Potter" series. It's also the fourth Potter book that I've read. It's the best of the lot that I've read so far, and that's saying a lot in my book since I really loved "Prisoner of Azkaban." "Goblet" starts off with something quite adult--a murder. Then, Harry is brought onto the scene with the familiarly miserable Dursleys. He's whisked away from them by the Weasleys in a humorous series of events. Eventually, …
review by . March 17, 2005
Harry is growing up and Rowling is getting even better at her craft. This, in my opinion, is the best of the series so far. These are timeless books, books for all ages. Being over 60 years of age, I must admit to enjoying them as much as my preteen grand children. I admit they are probably overly hyped, but in lieu of their popularity and in lieu of the author's skill as a story teller, perhaps this hype in justified in the case of these books. As with the others, I actually feel rather sorry for …
review by . January 29, 2003
HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE is the fourth installment of the Harry Potter series and (so far) is also the longest and most dark. I had enjoyed the previous three books immensely, but had heard so many conflicting reviews about GOBLET OF FIRE, that I didn't know what to expect. After finally finishing the novel, I found that it was a most intriguing read and has become my favorite in the series so far.The book begins during the summer before the fall term starts at Hogwarts. Harry joins the …
review by . February 06, 2001
Pros: Lots of magic, great sub-plots, well developed characters.     Cons: Dobby and Winky.     The Bottom Line: Drive or fly to your nearest bookstore and pick up a copy right now-if you can lift one.     In my 19-year lifetime, I have come across 3 fictional worlds that were so magical and spectacular that I would give up almost anything I own to be a part of them. The first was "Star Wars". I fantasised for years about how much fun it …
review by . September 12, 2000
Pros: Too Many To Print!     Cons: None     How does she do it? With each book, we become more and more enthralled! Each can stand proudly on it's own merits, but together they are sure to endure as a beloved children's classic.      I have heard all the debates, and still have to chuckle. Look at children's literature and magic abounds!To name just a FEW: Alice in Wonderland & through the Looking Glass, Peter Pan, The Once and Future …
review by . December 30, 2000
After three books you couldn't help noticing a pretty rigid plot formula in the Harry Potter books: Harry starts out in Privet Drive, goes to Hogwarts, singlehandedly wins a vital Quidditch match, encounters either a mysterious but seemingly friendly character who turns out (a) to have an anagram for a name and (b) be in the service of Voldemort, but eventually manages to save the day, without completely squashing you-know-who. The good news is that while not abandoning her idiom, in The Goblet …
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