A great secret is dangling temptingly in the air as Ron, Harry and Hermione begin a new school year at Hogwarts. However, when it is revealed that this secret is of the Triziwizard tournament being held at Hogwarts, and Harry is thrown into the midst of it, the secret suddenly doesn’t seem so tempting to him. In the tournament, Harry is faced with tasks of immense danger, until the danger reaches the highest peak it can reach in the wizarding world…
This tale holds one of the most original plots I have ever encountered. Though towards the end of the story something becomes a touch confusing, I must say that the amount of confusion caused by this twist in the path of the story is very credible, as I often find that what happened in this book can be much more confusing in another book. The actual writing of the story, and the whole Harry Potter series, is very formal, so you do not find any resemblance of the author’s personality in it. In Gangsta Granny, by David Walliams, the author puts in a lot of sentences that are not part of the book, but make you laugh and get to know him. However, this difference does not at all hinder J.K. Rowling‘s writing. I found Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire to be expertly plotted and I would definitely recommend it to any reader from eight years and up, especially if they enjoyed adventure. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!
A twisting tale of friendship and betrayal.
Harry Potter is back in his third year at Hogwarts. Once again, he has a term filled with surprises ahead of him. With Sirius Black on the loose, Harry is being guarded like the crown jewels. So, of course, he runs more wild than ever, until he runs into one of his most deadly enemies.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is a wonderful mix of adventure and boarding school life. Starting off with characters that are just simply good or bad, the path towards the end of the story winds and loops in story twists that will shock you almost out of your wits. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!
A classic read of fantasy.
Harry Potter leads no normal life. Despised by his guardians and prone to abnormal happenings, being a wizard rounds all this up easily. Harry begins a new life at Hogwarts, a school for young wizards. However, he doesn’t live a quiet life from then on, for almost as soon as he is enrolled at Hogwarts his curiosity begins to get the better of him. After discovering the secrets of the Philosophers Stone, Harry and his two friends, Ron and Hermione, set out to find the stone, and he who tries to steal it.
The jewel of this book is the speeches and character description, both implied and unimplied. Look out for that if you do read this story, and you will understand why I say that. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!