Thursday, November 12, 2020

Review of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling

This review was written by Eugene Kernes

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Genre = Novel, Fantasy

Elaborate Description

The previous year ended with the servant of Voldemort in search for his master. This year shows many machinations of what appear to be foreboding events. Starting with a dream and Harry’s scar hurting, then a foreboding Dark Mark at the Quidditch World Cup. Voldemort’s supporters who are called Death Eaters had started a ruckus. But that was only the beginning of the plan to revive Voldemort.

This year, Hogwarts is holding a Triwizard tournament which has not been held in roughly a century in the hope to gain cooperation between different wizarding schools and societies. The tournament was meant to have a single champion from each school compete at three different tasks. But, Harry Potter was chosen as a fourth champion, and the tournament does allow anyone chosen to resign. It was not Harry Potter who had put his name into the Goblet of Fire which decided who the champions would be. Given that the previous tournaments had champions die, it was assumed that someone had put Harry Potters’ name into the Goblet so that he may die in the tournament. Harry Potter must overcome the trials of the tournament, and learn why his name was entered.

Book Details

Edition ISBN:  9781781100523
Pages to read:   509
Publication:     2015
1st Edition:      2000
Format:            eBook

Ratings out of 5:
Readability    5
Content          3
Overall           5