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Publisher Description

"'There will be three tasks, spaced throughout the school year, and they will test the champions in many different ways … their magical prowess - their daring - their powers of deduction - and, of course, their ability to cope with danger.'"

The Triwizard Tournament is to be held at Hogwarts. Only wizards who are over seventeen are allowed to enter - but that doesn't stop Harry dreaming that he will win the competition. Then at Hallowe'en, when the Goblet of Fire makes its selection, Harry is amazed to find his name is one of those that the magical cup picks out. He will face death-defying tasks, dragons and Dark wizards, but with the help of his best friends, Ron and Hermione, he might just make it through - alive!

Fiction & Literature
November 20
Pottermore Publishing
Pottermore Limited
Third Grade

Customer Reviews

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Harry Awesome

I love the Harry Potter series
It is the best book series in the whole wide world. I best be off to bed. THE SERIES IS AWESOME. Nite nite

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Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire

Oh my goodness! This book is literally amazing! J.K Rowling uses so many descriptive words, which makes the book even more great than it already is! I won’t spoil it but this book has at least more than 100 exciting moments awaiting to be happened! This book is long, but never gets boring like other long books! Overall this book is exquisite!

eldamien1981 ,

The Turning Point

This book is where the Harry Potter series turns away from simply being a young adult fantasy adventure. What begins as a fun, once in a generation competition at Hogwarts swiftly takes on implications that changes the series forever and cements Harry Potter’s story as a classic tale.

Without going into spoilers, I can say that loss and dread permeate this book. The themes are so well-done, so vivid, and every page has a purpose. JK Rowling does not waste many lines - almost every plot thread she dangles in the first few chapters becomes relevant by the end of the book.

While some of the monologues and speeches can be a bit overlong (a common trope of the series), each character and their motivations are clearly defined and even the longer soliloquies are mostly meat, with little filler.

While this is not the best of the Harry Potter books, it’s one of the finer ones, and sets the stage beautifully for the superior follow-up The Order of the Phoenix. If you’ve come this far in the franchise you don’t need my recommendation, but I will say if you like The Goblet of Fire, it somehow only gets better from here.

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