The fifth in the phenomenally sucessful Harry Potter series, it certainly lives up to the hype.
Herry is now 15, and a typical moody teenager. All the characters seem a lot more mature, and ready to face the dangers that undoubtedly lie ahead for all of them. Although there is less action in this book than the last, there is a sense of tension and darkness that Goblet did not have.
We visit several new places in the magical world, which is very interesting.
The much discussed death did not affect me as I thought it might, but the last few chapters were very exciting. A lot of questions are answered in this book, though many are asked.
Rowling, however manages to balance… Read more