Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is a fantasy book written by British author J. K. Rowling and 2 Development; 3 Themes; 4 Publication and reception . gotten in contact with Crouch Jr. and had him impersonate Moody as part of his plan. THIS E-BOOK WAS NOT PRODUCED FOR PROFIT AND IS NOT FOR SALE we all know this is The Four Champions - EIGHTEEN HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE . Frank, for his part, believed the boys tormented him. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the fourth book in the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling, published in world, and thus should not be taken as a part of the Harry Potter universe. Something very important happens in Book Four.
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Our four children would all climb into our king size bed before bedtime and we would read one or two chapters each evening. We homeschooled so, as each child's reading progressed, they read a part too. Their mom died. They're in late 20s now. Five grandkids. Those will be ready to read to before we know it. But life is not always neatly packaged. I married a widow and moved us all. Today they are off to their own lives. My four and I are scattered across four states and even overseas.
So, I'm reading to myself now. I can't make a stronger recommendation than to say that I immediately downloadd "The Order Of The Phoenix" after finishing this one. I also have the set in hardbound on the bookshelf beside me. But Kindle is just too convenient. The book started out good but discovered as I was reading it that it's missing almost 50 pages in the middle of the book.
Disappointing and frusterating. The book has a printing error where pages are missing and in the wrong order. At page , the next page is number I've included images of the book where the error is. If you turn pages ahead, the pages repeat pages again and then rejoin the proper page chronology at page Also, pages are completely missing so I can't even read them in a different section and finish the story. I'm probably the only person on earth who had never read Harry Potter.
I'm taking seriously site's rating system in which 4 stars means "I liked it" and 5 stars means "I loved it.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was a fun read, creative, humorous, more absorbing than I expected. As someone who strongly prefers realism over fantasy, I thought I might be bored, but I wasn't. I genuinely enjoyed the book, which had good character development and never stopped moving.
But I wasn't sorry when the book ended, and I don't plan to read the others in the series. Fantasy is just not my genre. So now I'm back to reading either historical or contemporary fiction, because I think real life has a depth to it that fantasy cannot match.
I got this book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, after my old copy got lost during a move. I just couldn't not have this book in my book collection! The writer created a magical, wizarding world which will inevitably give you homey and warm feelings all over; by the end of this book, you'll want to be a wizard!
The book is about a young boy, Harry Potter, and his adventures in Hogwarts a wizarding school after discovering he is a wizard by a very diverse, funny, warm and very big, Hagrid, the groundskeeper at Hogwarts.
We're introduced to the rest of the trio, Hermione and Ron in Hogwarts. Rowling takes us through Harry's struggles at being an orphan, a newly wizard, and famous for surviving a curse by the darkest wizard of all times; it easily keeps you hooked! I loved the amazing character development we see with the trio, especially with Ron, who started out shy and awkward but slowly became braver.
The Harry Potter books are a must for any fantasy, magical readers. I rate it an easy 5 star! JK Rowling wrote a masterpiece and everyone no matter the age will fall in love with the wizarding world. This was the best book I've ever read. I still think about it every day. It changed my life. I couldn't put this book down.
I wanted to read it every free moment. PLOT - The plot was perfect. I loved this book. It was the best book I have read in a long time, an instant classic. There was a hook at the end of each chapter that kept me reading, and it never felt too fast or too slow. I was convinced that the world was real, and at times I was there with the characters. When I first started reading them I wasn't really sure that I would like them as I had unfortunately thought it was 'nerdy' when I was in school, and it was definitely a huge mistake!
It is still a very good read as an adult, but I really wish that I had started reading them when they came out. I wanted my kids to be able to experience the magic of Harry Potter while they are young enough to believe in that kind of magic so we have started reading them together, and then watching the movie that coincides with the book.
They love the series as well though I don't think they like it as much as me since my daughter 'teases' me about it. This book is captivating from the very first sentence.
Rowling is a very gifted writer and is descriptive enough to be able to transport you to her world without being so wordy that you find yourself losing interest. If you have not read this book yet then read it! You will not be disappointed. See all 29, reviews. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
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Can I download that book? Arya Of course you can download it! It's very popular and easy to find! This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Why does harry have to win the tournament Barty crouch could have made port key anytime and taken harry with him? PlatypusPatronus This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ The cup wasn't directly linked to Crouch the way any random object he handed him could have been and he rigged parts of the Tournament to ensure Harry …more The cup wasn't directly linked to Crouch the way any random object he handed him could have been and he rigged parts of the Tournament to ensure Harry was the first one to touch the cup.
In addition, if Harry disappeared in the middle of a dangerous task, it would take longer to notice than if he had disappeared in the middle of a normal school day.
For all the teachers knew, he could have been hiding in a bush or under an enchantment. Plus, this way Harry was already exhausted and injured when he arrived in the graveyard although whether Voldemort intended this or not is unknown. It's also possible that Voldemort was trying to be extra evil by killing Harry just when he was feeling triumphant about winning the Triwizard Tournament. See all 83 questions about Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire…. Lists with This Book.
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Rowling is a writing goddess and I can't believe how much foresight and planning went into this series. She already hints at the horcruxes and many other things in this book that don't show up until much later. Definitely one of my favorites in the series but I say that about all of them! View all 61 comments. Sep 09, Sasha Alsberg rated it it was amazing Shelves: Probably my favorite so far, just wow oh my gosh I feel empowered and sad at the same time sad because View all 56 comments.
This series has taken a damn TURN! Watch my video review here: View all 26 comments. Dec 22, Hannah rated it it was amazing Shelves: One of my favorites in the series. The ending always gets to me and breaks my heart. View all 4 comments. Mar 31, Hira rated it it was amazing Shelves: I mean Rowling is perfect. This series is perfect. So what I'm going to do is, I'm going to show you how I felt about this book: When I started the book: During the book: At the end: Mam Rowling..
All in all Sorry for the lame review, readers. I just really don't know what to say.. View all 29 comments. After a steady build, the series hits its stride.
Deep and layered, it goes down smooth, never seeming overly complex. View all 8 comments. View all 15 comments. Aug 25, Stephen rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was the beginning of my addiction to POT ter. I had previously experimented with and enjoyed POT ter on 3 different occasions, but could easily have walked away and never touched the stuff again. As the warm, easy, potato chip prose crossed my blood-brain barrier, euphoria ensued.
My inner child was smitten. Ignore the so-call This was the beginning of my addiction to POT ter. Ignore the so-called "experts" who say POT ter is brain cell killing pap. POT ter makes you feel good. POT ter makes you smile. POT ter makes you joyous and giggly.
Hell, POT ter makes you want to use the word giggly.
POT ter is enjoyable and fun. That's enough for me. The first 3 were fun but I felt like I had already "been there done that" as they were pretty faithfully adaptated for the screen. Still enjoyable, but not enough to put the POT ter monkey on my back. Then came the Goblet of POT ter and it was a big, huge, tightly-rolled fatty at pages.
It was completely addictive. The world-building details started coming fast and furious and the characters were given considerably increased depth. This was fun and wonderful and a pleasure to experience. It deserves to be recognized for the iconic work that it is in the realm of YA fantasy. Is it popcorn? Is it a joy to read? View all 65 comments. Weasley is very disapproving of how Bill looks. It was a nice thing to throw in there. She wants justice for the house-elves, she won't let Ron get away with being an idiot like when he says he just wants a pretty girl to go to the ball with , and she is especially confident in this book as well.
Malfoy and many other people are constantly teasing her, but she is completely above it, and for that I admire her. He was so close to finding out something big, but then things got crazy and he didn't, but WHOA. He was such an amazing person, and I wish that he could have survived so him and Harry could have been buddies. Probably in the top 3. View all 9 comments. Towards the end of this fourth book in the Harry Potter series, my little girl had difficulty falling asleep.
I had to defuse the situation. But be warned, Dumbledore warns us: But we should exercise caution with our curiosity Ho dovuto sdrammatizzare non poco. View 1 comment. Here are some of my favourites: Hermione in every scene ever 3. The house elves and the kitchen scenes I'm honestly so in love with the kitchens.
Every time they tickle the pear in the portrait I get all excited 4. Durmstrang and Beauxbatons 5. The Yule Ball and the fact that Harry thinks Hermione is a girl he's never seen before 6.
The fact that Ron has a huge crush on Krum while Hermione stays utterly unimpressed and as soon as Krum takes her to the ball the situation changes, Hermione likes Krum and Ron rips him well, miniature him apart 7.
Harry's fight with Ron. Not because I enjoy them fighting but because Jo perfectly captures the feeling of anger and frustration that I have everytime I'm in a similiar situation. The Wonky Feint.
I'm still laughing. Rita Skeeter's reports. I love to hate her. Severus Snape cold bloodedly claiming he can't see a difference when Hermione's teeth are half a metre longer than usual.
This incredible man. Molly Weasley being such a good mom to Harry. Got tears in my eyes just thinking about it. Hermione's triumph over a vicious beetle. Still, the book is not my favourite in the series, the reason being the horrible graveyard scene in the end.
It's just a little too much to take for my poor Potter heart. Find more of my books on Instagram View all 17 comments. Jan 02, Adam Silvera rated it it was amazing Shelves: Reread done for AdamRereadsHP! One of the things I admire most about this series is the way J. Rowling can speed through a year in under pages. I really, really could've done without the Quidditch World Cup. And the same thing happened during this reread as a year-old.
I think it was around the same part too. But once you get to the Third Task, it all picks up. This last fourth of the novel has always been my favorite. Voldemort's return!
That scene with the Death Eaters! Harry vs. Moody isn't Moody! Rita Skeeter exposed! It's all wonderful. I loved this so much. My favorite installment yet and I can't wait to continue on! Also, all the tears. View all 18 comments. I have no idea why this didn't show as being read but who cares. It's Harry Potter and I can reread and listen to them forever!! View all 3 comments. Best one so far!
Remember Cedric Diggory. View all 42 comments. I believe everyone even people that have no attachment to it at all has a Harry Potter story under their belt. Whether it be the story of their first time reading it or the time they convinced everyone in their family to dress up as the Weasley's or when their Potterhead teacher made them play 4. Whether it be the story of their first time reading it or the time they convinced everyone in their family to dress up as the Weasley's or when their Potterhead teacher made them play Quidditch in gym class, everyone has some kind of HP story they whip out at dinner parties - this is mine.
Back in my early teens, after a childhood of ignoring the wizarding craze under the guise of my idiot-self being too sophisticated for magic yes, 8-year-old Grace was an asshole - that isn't the story I was a camp counsellor.
But I wasn't a counsellor at any ordinary camp, oh no, I was a counsellor at a theatre camp. Each year we would put on a different musical and the year I was 15 it was decided we would do a child-friendly, dumbed down version of the Goblet of Fire, complete with all your favourite musical numbers stolen straight from A Very Potter Musical.
I played James Potter, helped countless kids memorize their lines, choreography and ten musical numbers and yet the only plot points I picked up of the entire musical was the Yule Ball and view spoiler [Cedric Diggory's death.
This book is masterful; it is the book where everything changes and you feel it with every flip of the page. It maintained the classic spirit of books while perfectly balancing the added stakes and darkness. Also, like every other installment the way everything that is revealed at the end answers all your questions and puts all the more new ones straight back into your head was just as satisfying as it was the first three books and it was perfection.
I want to curse 8-year-old Grace for being an idiot and year-old Grace for not paying attention at work because, boy oh boy, do I wish I read this series sooner. I had something to look forward to every day when I really needed it.
The point is books are escapism and fantasy books particularly so. As I got my shit together, this book helped me move on and get through life as so many other books have since. As Harry, Ron and Hermione entered their fourth year of Hogwarts, arguably their most challenging and intense year yet, I checked my mail box to see if my invite had finally arrived.
It still hasn't. Maybe one day. View all 5 comments. Aug 17, Riley rated it it was amazing. This one is still my favorite! Welp no one will be surprised to know that I sobbed my eyes out at the end of this one. I'm feeling so many feelings right now.
Sep 15, Nick rated it it was amazing. Jul 09, Maureen rated it it was amazing. It's so good still though.