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Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire

After helping his godfather narrowly escape having his soul sucked out and fighting of about 100 Dementors at once, not to mention all the adventures he had the previous years Harry really is ready for a break. But he definitely isn't getting one this year as the legendary Triwizard  Tournament is about to take place however, it is specifically for over age wizards, although you can guess already what is about to happen. Join Harry and his friends as the wizarding world see's a terrifying enemy return and the mystery of how Harry survived as well as how Voldemort lost his power on that night 14 years's ago. The story continues to unravel while the books start to get a lot deeper and lot, lot darker...

If you are going to read this be warned that the series is no longer for the faint of hearted, but if you are a Harry Potter fan no-matter what, carry on, but you have been warned...

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire won several awards, including the 2001 Hugo Award for Best Novel as well as the 2002 Indian Paintbrush Book Award, the third after Philosopher's Stone and Prisoner of Azkaban, and obviously a few others too.

As I have previously stated the books are now starting to become for older people and are no longer for children, as there are impostors, betrayals and even murders at every turn. Be warned some of the much loved characters (old and new) are now starting to mysteriously die of...

You have been warned...




Doesn't mean the books are bad,
you should still read them!

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