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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Community Reviews back

by J.K. Rowling, Mary GrandPré
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Mary's Books
Mary's Books rated it 3 months ago
Harry is more miserable at the Dursley's. His cousin has been put on a very restrictive diet and they give him less food than Dudley so that they can make him feel better about the fact that he is getting so much less. He requested and received food from his friends so that he is not starving, but h...
Thalia @ Pictures in the Words
Thalia @ Pictures in the Words rated it 5 months ago
You guys, I have good news! There here is a Harry Potter book I actually liked! You were beginning to think it wasn’t going to happen, huh? My string of short reviews isn’t over quite yet, since I finished this book more than a year ago. I have definitely learned my lesson that my reviews are next...
christina's book corner
christina's book corner rated it 6 months ago
November 4-19Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the pivotal fourth novel in the seven-part tale of Harry Potter’s training as a wizard and his coming of age. Harry wants to get away from the pernicious Dursleys and go to the International Quidditch Cup with Hermione, Ron, and the Weasleys. He wa...
Bridget Blogs Books
Bridget Blogs Books rated it 8 months ago
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Kell's Reading Realm
Kell's Reading Realm rated it 8 months ago
Diving back into the world of Harry Potter has been really fun. I forgot just how much I missed this series. Jim Dale is extraordinary as he reads the book. I am catching so many things that I either skimmed over when I read it the first time because I was inhaling the book, or just plain forgot. It...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 10 months ago
The review below was based on my first read of the Harry Potter books, ages ago and in Dutch. Updated reviews will follow after a reread (in English) I plan to do. The Prisoner of Azkaban was my favorite book of the series, so it's obvious I didn't like this one as much as I did the third. In my o...
Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 10 months ago
Ugh the feels! I went back and forth between listening to Stephen Fry and reading the actual book this time. I love that Harry is using the threat of Sirius to get just a little bit of peace from the Dursley's. I am so happy that he and Sirius are corresponding and that he still has hope of cleari...
Knotty Thoughts
Knotty Thoughts rated it 1 year ago
Jim Dale is really a phenomenal narrator. In addition to having a gazillion voices to remember how to portray, he makes each of them memorable and constantly evolving along with the character's story arc. The Harry we see (and listen to) here - aged 14, with the beginnings of adolescent fears and in...
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books
This is a novel where J.K. Rowling's games metaphor, always present in the Quidditch chapters of her stories, is taken to another level. About the first half of this novel centres around the Quidditch World Cup, which for plot purposes brings us into the larger world with a vengeance, providing the ...
Aashaman
Aashaman rated it 1 year ago
Harry potter and the goblet of fire J.K Rowling Protagonist - Harry potter, Fleur delacour, Viktor krum and Cedric diggory Antagonist - Bartemius crouch jr., Lord voldemort Short summary - Harry has been taken to the burrow by Mr. Arthur weasley from floo powder . The Dursleys are a little bit...
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