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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Review : Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by J. K. Rowling

Tittle : Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter #4)
 Author : J. K. Rowling
 Publication date : July 30, 2002 by Scholastic

As I have mentioned before, one of my reading goals for the end of this year is to read all the seven books of Harry Potter series. Since the books are quite thick, I guess I have to be quick. And guess what, it's not a problem at all because as you all know, this series is a page turner.

Harry Potter was in his 4th year of studying in Hogwarts. His scar began to hurt again and according to his previous experience, that is not a good sign. Meanwhile, the school held a Triwizard Tournament and only older students were allowed to enter. Harry realized that it wasn't for him but something unexpected happened and he must face all the troubles alone.

I can say that Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire opens more interesting part of the series. It offers darker side of magical world, even more than the first three books. The plot gets more complex, thus more details and description, however, it didn't bore me even just a bit. That's why I like Harry Potter series so much, I always reach the last page before I know it.

Some people may say that it's quite predictable, but I don't really care. I was enchanted by the whole story and there's nothing I want to change about it. As for what I don't like about Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, well, nothing. I love every bits of it and that's why this review is brief and only contains praises.

I definitely cannot wait to finish this series soon. I have to find out what happens next, and please wish me luck that the remaining days of 2012 are enough for me to reach the last page of the seventh book *winks. Oh, here's three things I like about Harry Potter series :

1. The world building
2. Defense against dark art lesson (I almost believe it is a real lesson)
3. The Weasleys (come on, who doesn't love them?)

What about you? What do you like about Harry Potter series?

Oh, I almost forgot, 5 rating for this book. I just love it, no explanation needed *giggles*