New PDF release: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter, Book 4)
By J. K. Rowling
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of fireplace, Harry is halfway via either his education as a wizard and his coming of age. He desires to break out from the malicious Dursleys and visit the Quidditch international Cup with Hermione, Ron, and the Weasleys. He desires to dream approximately his overwhelm, Cho Chang (and probably do greater than dream).
And now that he's gotten the cling of items at Hogwarts-he hopes-he simply desires to be a standard fourteen-year-old wizard.
But even by means of his criteria, Harry's yr is something yet basic. First Dumbledore publicizes the revival of a grand pageant that hasn't taken position for 100 years: the Triwizard event, the place a Hogwarts champion will compete opposed to opponents from different colleges of magic in 3 hugely risky initiatives. Then a person frames Harry to take part within the tournament-which particularly skill an individual desires him dead.
Harry is guided during the festival via Professor Alastor Moody, this year's Defenst opposed to the darkish Arts instructor, yet he should also take care of a bad reporter named Rita Skeeter, who digs up a few hugely unflattering secrets and techniques approximately Hagrid; a negative struggle with Ron, who's deeply jealous of Harry's popularity; Hermione's newfound activism on behalf of house-elves; and the terrifying prospect of asking a date to the yuletide Ball.
Worst of all, Lord Voldemort might eventually have accrued the fabrics beneficial for his rejuvenation... and he has a loyal servant at Hogwarts ready just for an indication. No, not anything is each general for Harry Potter. And in his case, diverse might be lethal.
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter, Book 4) (US Edition) by J. K. Rowling