Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – J.K. Rowling

Here comes another Harry Potter review! I’m zooming through these books and really feeling the magic that comes with every page. Here’s to another year at Hogwarts that will only be one step closer to the huge battle that we all know is coming. 

Plot

As Harry begins his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, he is pulled into yet another plot, crafted by Lord Voldemort. Harry must undergo three very challenging trials in order to win the Triwizard Tournament and bring victory to his school, but is there something going on behind the scenes of this captivating and magical competition? 

“Don’t talk to me.”

“Why not?”

“Because I want to fix that in my memory forever. Draco Malfoy, the amazing bouncing ferret…”

Characters

Harry is, as usual, an amazing character to follow. I love learning about the school through his eyes and how wizardry works because it’s like we’re learning at the same time. He’s also such a fun character, really getting into everything that’s presented to him. I love how he tries to look on the positive side of things, it’s so refreshing!

Ron and Hermione were Harry’s best friends, helping him through each task and the dreadfully terrifying school year. I love how Hermione’s brilliance constantly saves the day, or how Ron is able to find himself in their friendship. 

Cedric Diggory is also more present in this book. We were introduced to him in Prisoner of Azkaban, and I can honestly say that I enjoyed his character from the beginning. He seemed like a genuinely decent guy. 

Finally, my honorable mention has to be Sirius. I love the relationship forming between him and Harry, it’s so adorable to see. 

“We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided.”

Setting

Hogwarts has never been so magical! Yet another year where i’m amazed at Hogwarts and the incredible beauty that it is. 

In Conclusion… 

I really enjoyed this book. I don’t think it beats Prisoner of Azkaban for me, but it’s definitely high up there. 

Rating: 5/5⭐

About the Author

Maya

Maya is an eighteen-year-old psychology student that loves to read a range of genres of books. She also loves to write her own stories and is working on the second draft of her first novel.

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