Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


harry_potter_and_the_goblet_of_fireTitle: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Author: J.K. Rowling
Year Published: 2000
Finished: December 7
Pages: 734
Challenges: Books Awards II, Fall Into Reading 2008, From the Stacks

The fourth installment in the series, after reading the first three fairly close together I needed a break, plus this being the largest of the series, I needed to gear up to read that much, especially after reading Breaking Dawn.

This wasn’t my favorite so far. The beginning felt like it dragged on and most of it didn’t seem all the necessary. I did sort of miss the fact that they weren’t playing Quiddich throughout the book and instead focusing on the Tri Wizard Tournament.

Once I finished I felt that it was worth it all in the end, but it did take me quite awhile to read and I’m sure that I will be taking another long deserved break before starting the next in the series, but I’m starting to get more excited having accomplishing this major feat. I’m halfway there.

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5 responses to “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

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  4. I love Harry Potters books!!!!!!!!!!Just keep be the best book ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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