Book Review: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling

When I tell you I devoured this book in just a few days, I sure did. From the very beginning this book sucks you in and brings you into a new world. This book hits different for me because I owned it when I was in 4th grade but was never able to commit to reading it. I am so glad that I read it now as an adult because I was able to understand it so much better.

The 4th book in the series is Harry’s 4th year in Howgart, so he really has gotten well acquainted with the world of magic and wizardry. He is still dealing with his aunt and uncle that could care less about him and don’t do much to hide it. In this 4th part, Harry is suspiciously chosen to take part in a mysterious event that only experienced wizards can take a part of. This event has caused many people to die and not make it passed the different tasks.

Harry is worried sick about this tournament and the different tasks while everyone turns on him and sees him as suspicious. In order to be a part of the event, you had to sign yourself up but they were warned that younger students should not be signing up. Harry swears it wasn’t him who signed himself up but who was it ?

Through our this novel, they solve the mystery of who signed him up and how will he get through each part of the events? More family secrets are revealed and Harry learns more about who he is. I felt Harry matured so much in this novel and you saw him take on so much more pain and strength.

Spoiler alert 🚨: Harry Potter comes face to face with Voldemort once again. I was left speechless during those final chapters because this man / demon is just pure evil, but yet comical. All this drama to get and kill Harry Potter & you still can’t manage to do it.

Stay tuned for a review of Book 5: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. The mission is to finish the whole series by the end of the summer. Wish me luck.

Jules 💜

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