Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Book Review by:Rowan, MMS

“ Roar!” The dragon came so quick! Everybody screamed, it was madness everywhere. people looked. More important, in J.K. Rowlings Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire Harry wanted to find out who put his name in the goblet, but Harry had to face a lot of obstacles that came with the tournament. So, he beat everything that came his way. Then Dumbledore and some of the teachers found who put Harry’s name in the goblet and captured him.

My favorite part is when Harry and Cedric touch the Tri-Wizard cup and get teleported to a graveyard. Then Harry has to battle Lord Voldemort! It was so intense. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time.

From all of the book, the book taught me this life lesson by having Harry against all odds win the Tri-Wizard tournament. In fact I think it’s special because of the way she says how the emotions boil up and fall down. This is an emotional book. It has many twists and turns.

Last but not least a book lover or fantasy lover would love the intensity and friendship this book has. The moment I put down the book I was so sad and amazed at what just happened.

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Created with images by scott1346 - "horned-tail dragon" • Apoca_Lipstick - "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" • Doug Kline - "Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Goblet of Fire" • Karen Roe - "The Making of Harry Potter 29-05-2012"

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