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The Harry Potter series as a whole captures its audience in ways the world has never seen before. J.K. Rowling has produced such an intricate and fascinating universe that I believe is both suitable and entertaining for any-aged reader. I personally started reading the series when I was in second grade; I read books one through four, and then had to wait in anxiety for Ms. Rowling to write the rest of the books in the series. The Goblet of Fire has always been my favorite, possibly because of all of the incredible and wonderful details of the Wizarding World it contains. We see the QuidditchWorld Cup, other magical schools besides Hogwarts, and we see Voldemort as a tangible, legitimate villain for the first time. My generation has been fortunate enough to grow up with the Harry Potter series and franchise; we got to wait in line at the bookstores for the next book to be released and we got to see each movie adaptation come to life before us, the actors growing older as we grew older. The characters in Harry Potter grow up, face mature situations, develop romantic relationships, and grow into their true personalities just as Ms. Rowling's readers do. I cannot recommend this series as a whole highly enough; each book is imaginative and captivating, as evidenced through every magical detail.
This is perhaps about the last book I'll be able to read and sort of remember bits and pieces of the movie in my head simultaneously. The book is great from start to finish. The introduction is sort of slow with the QuidditchWorld Cup occupying much of the beginning of the book, though it slowly leads to the start of the fourth year at Hogwarts, and how something accidentally becomes of the goblet which was not meant to have been.
When you realize the Wizarding World isn't Neverland...
The Goblet of Fire introduces the QuidditchWorld Cup and Death Eaters are the WORST party crashers, the TriWizard Tournament, we get to learn about a Penseive which is an awesome concept. If you watched the movie you can picture The Doctor as a baddie, and Hufflepuff's Cedric Diggory as that Twilight guy whose vampire name I genuinely can't remember and I'm actually laughing out loud about it.
Oh and for Potterheads: The password is still Lemon Drop. (Sherbet Lemon for the Brits).
Harry arrived at the burow. They were going to the quidditchworld cup. Triwizard tournament is hosted at Hogwarts school. Between dumstrang, bougbatons and Hogwarts. Meets Viktor krum. There is many more things more in book. Have fun reading