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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - J. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Author: Harry wants to get away from the pernicious Dursleys and go to the International Quidditch Cup.
He wants to find out about the mysterious event that's supposed to take place at Hogwarts this year, an event involving two other rival schools of magic, and a competition that hasn't happened for a hundred years. He wants to be a normal, fourteen-year-old wizard. But unfortunately for Harry Potter, he's not normal - even by wizarding standards.
And in his case, different can be deadly. I am through book 4 - The Goblet of Fire. This is the 11th time that I've re-read this book I've read the first three just as many times! That being said, I couldn't believe how much I forgot was different compared to the movie.
I feel like a terrible potterhead! Anyway, let's get down to brass tacks. Hermione being such a hardcore advocate for elf-rights! You stand up for those house-elves, Hermione.
I get the feeling that Hermione would be the type to stand up for all sorts of oppressed people - she's just awesome like that. The actual Tri-Wizard Tournament!!! I mean how crazy and wild, amiright?! I mean, they do make a bunch of teenagers fight dragons and dive underwater into the black sea, but the tournament was groovy because it was a chance for wizards from different countries to get to know each other and learn more about how other wizards do things.
Also, how funny was it watching Fred and George try to find a way to enter the tournament. The Quidditch world cup! There were some awesome scenes and some really crappy scenes not poorly written, just sucky throughout the event of the Quidditch world cup.
We go from them sitting in the top box, seeing veela for the first time, watching Krum do his awesome flying stuff, meeting Winky and hanging out in those huge tents; then to them seeing the dark mark in the sky and running from death eaters - and I loved it all!
Rowling really ramps up the tension and drama in this book. Things start to tie together a bit more, and the story really starts to come together. This book is also just as well written as the first three, and Rowling makes everything work so well, even with this book being a lot longer than the first three books.
The characters are just as spot on in this book as they are in the first three. Rowling introduces a lot of new characters in this book - Madame Maxime and her students, Igor Karkaroff and his students, Mad Eye Moody, and more!
She does her usual great job at giving each new character their own distinct personalities and quirks, and keeps her old characters true to who they are.
Each character develops well throughout the story and keeps growing and maturing as teens should.
I hate Rita Skeeter, but I also love her! I think she adds some stuff to the story, and gives people a good laugh. I know there are a lot of people who take what Rita Skeeter says so seriously, but did anyone else find her so ridiculous when she did things like dragging Harry into the broom closet at the weighing of the wands.
The Yule Ball - watching everyone try to get dates was great! Harry trying to figure out the egg! Mad Eye as a Hogwarts Professor. In fact, he was! But that doesn't mean someone who is basically bat crap crazy should be a professor. Just because you caught a lot of dark wizards doesn't mean you are fit to be a teacher!
I hate him in every book. He's abusive and a class A douche. I don't care the he always loved Lily. He is a jerk who treats Harry like absolute crap just because Harry is James's son.When Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows came out in , author J.K.
Rowling was pretty insistent that the seventh installment had closed the book on the adventures of the Boy Who Lived. Warner Bros. have hinted at a Quidditch-based 'Harry Potter' spin-off.
The film studios - who already announced author J.K. Rowling will be writing the script for 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to. Apr 14, · Watch video · J.K.
Rowling is writing the screenplay for a new Harry Potter movie based on the Harry Potter Series companion book: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
This will be the first in a new Harry Potter movie series. It is still unclear whether J.K. Rowling will write the screenplays for future movies or if there will be based on her other companion books like Quidditch . Warner Bros. announced on 12th September that J.K. Rowling would be making her screenwriting debut with 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them', the first in a new film series which is part of their expanded creative partnership with J.K.
Rowling. Rowling, eager for success, agreed to write under the name J.K. Rowling. The J was her first initial. But Rowling does not have a middle name, so she used K as a tribute to her grandmother Kathleen.
JK Rowling has delivered an early Christmas present to fans, announcing on social media that she is at work on two novels. Asked on Twitter if there would be a new novel soon, the Harry Potter.