Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the fourth novel in the Harry Potter series by acclaimed author J.K. Rowling. It was #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list along with every other single Harry Potter book that has been released. This book picks up where the third one left off pretty much as Harry is midway through his wizard training at Hogwarts and beginning to grow up; and he gets to attend the International Quidditch Cup with Hermione, Ron, and the Weasleys. Once he gets to school he finds out about the famed TriWizard tournament that hasn't taken place for hundreds of year and that the Goblet of Fire launched his name out as a competitor! Go along with Harry on each of his adventures as he tries to complete each task for the tournament and then eventually come face to face with Lord Voldemort! Does Harry make it out alive? You'll have to read to find out!
Overall I would definitely recommend this book to pretty much anyone and everyone no matter what their age! J.K. Rowling writes in a way that lets you just fall into her stories about Harry and forget about everything else. This series is one of the best series of books that i have ever read, and probably ever will read!
I have always been a fan of books and reading my whole life, however I mostly read mystery or crime novels; never really anything fantasy like. For awhile I was a little bit anti-Harry Potter, I didn't understand what all of the hype was. I thought it was a stupid idea for a book. I finally broke down after seeing the third movie in the theatre when it came out. I was really intrigued by the movie and it defintely peaked my interest and I was caught up in the ending and I wanted to know what happened next. So I went out and picked up the books that had been released at that point and started to read. I couldn't believe how good these books were and how stupid I was for avoiding them for so long! These books definitely opened up my interest to another genre of fiction books to read and broadened my reading library, which I think is great. And they also made me want to have a wand too, that works of course! How cool would that be? So yes, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" along with the rest of the books have been a really good treat for me to read. I'm really glad I finally gave in and joined the rest of the fans, I didn't know what i was missing!