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Four 'five stars' in a row,
This review is from: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4) (Paperback)
This book highlights the thrilling and dangerous Triwizards Tournament between the three most famous Wizardry schools , Hogwarts must compete against the French Beauxbatons Academy of Magic and Durmstrang Magical Institute (somewhere in northeastern Europe)
The champions chosen are the handsome and good-natured Cedric Diggory (for Hogwarts) , the famous Quidditch star , Viktor Krum (for Durmstrang) and the beautiful Fleur De La Cour (one of my favourites) (for Beauxbatons).
But someone has put Harry's name in the hat , and he to must compete , who is it? and why? Is somebody trying to get Harry killed? As the championships begin , other strange events are taking place.
Meanwhile Harry Ron and Hermione must deal with the poisonous pen of witch-journalist Rita Skeeter (A good lesson for children on how the media so often lie and distort things), while Hermione is absorbed in her own campaign for the rights and welfare of House-Elves.
Goblet of Fire , the fourth in the series adds depth to the Harry Potter saga , and in it we learn a lot more about Harry Potter's world , wizardry and Hogwarts.
A large book , but it go's quickly as it is 'unputdownable' by both children and adults. Full of mysteries and surprises as author Rowling has gained a reputation for in her Harry Potter series.
The film is also the best in the series.