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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire review

Posted : 3 months, 3 weeks ago on 28 May 2019 01:10

Good book.


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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire review

Posted : 8 months, 1 week ago on 16 January 2019 09:00

Awesome Movie. Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire. This is a great movie. All the characters are well played. I am definitely read this book. Thanks for sharing with us.


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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire review

Posted : 1 year ago on 18 September 2018 07:02

Great book. I am a big fan of the Harry Potter novel series and Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire is my favorite novel in this series.


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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire review

Posted : 9 years ago on 17 September 2010 04:41

The Last Harry Potter book I've read which was about 3 or 4 years ago. I don't know why I stopped reading them, but I really enjoyed Rowling's detail, crazy mind blowing stories and dialouge. Although cliche, A must read for those who enjoy fantasy.


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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire review

Posted : 9 years, 1 month ago on 23 August 2010 07:00

Even though Goblet of Fire clocks in at a robust 157 minutes, Newell handles the massive story with seeming ease, keeping the pace taut and intensifying the pervasive menace that lurked more subtly in the previous films.


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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire review

Posted : 11 years, 2 months ago on 29 June 2008 06:30

As you can see from my rating, and in particular, if you have read my reviews of the other books of this series, this is not my favorite book. I think there are a number of reasons for this, but most importantly, this is the book where innocence is lost.

Before this book, even when things get dark, and Harry thinks he could die, he always holds out hope that things will be okay. That everything will work out in the end. After this book, we know that anything can happen, and that no one is safe.

Harry begins to truly move along the path that has been set for him in this book, and by the end, he is a different boy than the one we knew at the start. The world around him holds far darker things than we'd been aware of before, and the war truly begins.

This book was also the first to come out as the furor took over. And there was a huge gap between this book and the next, which I believe caused Rowling to lose the flow a bit. It's not as noticeable in Order of the Phoenix, but is quite pronounced in both Half Blood Prince and in Deathly Hallows in a way that cannot fully be explained by the darkening of Harry's world.

I think this, as the turning point of the series, is an important story, but I also think it's really mostly for the true fans. I don't think it would hold a great deal of interest for those who have not somehow been captivated by one or more of the previous books.


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The apogee of the Rowling's writing

Posted : 11 years, 6 months ago on 28 February 2008 03:33

J K Rowling's writing and story telling are at their finest in the fourth Harry Potter book. She weaves all the plot elements together very skillfully. I loved her first four books because, at their heart, they were tales of mystery and adventure and this one was the best of them. After this one, the series went into a different direction, one more concerned with telling the history of Voldemort and Harry and bringing the tale to it's conclusion. This book remains Rowling's best.


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