‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ by J. K. Rowling

“What would come, would come … and he would have to meet it when it did!”

Welcome to the fourth book of the series Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire written by J. K. Rowling.

It all starts by yet another normal year in Hogwarts, School of Witchcraft and Wizardy for all its students. Things slowly grasp out of the hands as everyone including his two best friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger is shocked to see that Harry Potter is chosen as fourth champion of Triwizard Tournament. As told the tournament is only for wizards or witches who are seventeen or above and is highly dangerous. The competition has three phases including getting past a dangerous dragon, saving the allotted person from a high depth lake and to get past a very tricky maze. Meanwhile, the main enemy of Harry Potter; Lord Voldemort and his servants are plotting to destroy him with in this turn of events. This book is also directed into a major film having acted the leading roles by Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint

Talking about the plus points of this book, I would like to say that it is highly entertaining and time passing and also has a prick of humour sense in many of the chapters. This book, like any other Harry Potter books by J. K. Rowling shows moral values, friendship, sorrows of losing beloved ones and trust. This book also shows the jealousy and frustration of kids in the age of adolescence. Counting the flaws of this book, which are only a few, I would like to say that this book will be not so appropriate for people who likes serious thrillers or anything like that and this would also be not so good in thinking or developing thinking skills.

This book would be highly amusing and appropriate for people who want a story, humour and a good climax.

Thank you and have a dynamic day!

Reviewed by Vishwa Asokan.

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