Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter is back! A teenager pitching headfirst into the world of near adulthood, Harry returns to Hogwarts for his fourth year. Will he be allowed to play in the Quidditch World Cup? Has Lord Voldemort and his sinister cohorts, the Death Eaters, returned for murder? What will happen at... show more
Harry Potter is back! A teenager pitching headfirst into the world of near adulthood, Harry returns to Hogwarts for his fourth year. Will he be allowed to play in the Quidditch World Cup? Has Lord Voldemort and his sinister cohorts, the Death Eaters, returned for murder? What will happen at the Triwizard Tournament? Will Hogwarts beat the Beauxbatons and the Durmstran? Will Harry be one of the contenders? And what about girls? All of the familiar characters are back along with several new ones in a tale that will make this book another favorite among Muggles of all ages. There are also enough loose strands at the end to keep us all in eager anticipation of book five. "Fourth in the series that is credited with single-handedly reviving an interest in reading among children of all ages. Need we say more?" (B-O-T Editorial Review Board)
Publish date: July 12th 2000
Publisher: Books on Tape
Edition language: English
Series: Harry Potter (#4)
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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...
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...
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...
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...