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The best of the four...Harrys world gets darker,
This review is from: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4): Adult Edition (Paperback)
Over the space of four books JK Rowlng has managed to create something almost as magical as the Weasly twins magic custard creams...she has created a secret world cleverly hidden behind ours, and one which, though fantastical, is utterly believable! The key characters from previous books are all developed furter and the plot is as exciting and twisting as the previous novels but the key here is the trick that film makers like Quentin Tarantino and Woody Allen have mastered the interest in the banality of everyday life. By concentrating on sub-plots such as Hermione's concern for the plight of house elves, the internal politics of the Ministry of Magic or Hagrids personal secret while doing little to further the main plot add depth to the world it all takes place in.
Bascaly you should already have read them all and if you have make sure everyone you know does...this is 1 time when the majority is right!