Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Book 4

Editorial Review - - Shannon Maughan

He's baaaaaack! Harry Potter, boy wizard, returns in this much-anticipated fourth book about the amazing goings-on at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.  With two weeks of summer to go before school starts, Harry is thrilled to learn that he'll be leaving his wretched relatives, the Dursleys, and going to stay with his best friend, Ron Weasley, and Ron's family. But even more special ... Read full review


Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

As the bells and whistles of the greatest prepublication hoopla in children's book history fade, what's left in the clearing smoke is—unsurprisingly, considering Rowling's track record—another grand tale of magic and mystery, of wheels within wheels oiled in equal measure by terror and comedy, featuring an engaging young hero-in-training who's not above the occasional snit, and clicking along so ... Read full review

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so good. sooo good. loved it!

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really awesome book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The movie is good too

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this is a amazing book the best one in the serise so far

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If you've read the past 3 books and believe Potter's adventures can't get any better, think again for #4. GOF may be the beginning of the wizarding world's darker times, now having a somewhat high death count, but it's definitely a brilliant entry into the series that tells you why you got interested into Potter stories in the first place: the mere excitement of it. With creatures and such within the pages of the book, this book--and whole SERIES--shows that the genre of wizardry is far from dead. 

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awesome book!! but so sad that cedric died at the end...:(

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From the black heart of Voldemort to the fever pitch excitement of the Quidditch World Cup, the magical world of Hogwarts and Harry Potter is more spellbinding than ever. Deep in mystery, rich in history and sparky in adventure, J.K Rowling's rare gift for storytelling enthralls.

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