[2015] Isabelle Botto: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

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[2015] Isabelle Botto: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Genre: Fantasy

I would recommend this book for fifth grade and up. This is an action packed and an amazing book. Harry, now in his forth year of Hogwarts experiences challenging events. This book is great for people who love fantasy and adventure. I think this book is awesome and I would recommend it.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is about the schools of Hogwarts, Beauxbatons, and Durmstrang. This story starts off with an exciting event called the Quidditch World Cup.Then Harry goes off to Hogwarts to find out there is an exciting event happening. The Triwizard Tournament, is an event that hasn't happened in many years. One wizard from each school is chosen to compete in this challenge and has to be age of 17 or older. Harry is chosen and didn't put his name in the goblet and isn't of age. Also he isn't the only Hogwarts student to compete. There are three tasks to be completed and each one is dangerous and different. The goblet decides these competitors by spitting out their name that they wrote on paper and put in the goblet. Along with the Yule Ball coming up and some intresting reporter always onto Harry, there is a lot of pressure and suspence. This story involves many magical suprises, new spells, and lots of suspence with twist and turns in every chapter.


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

The theme of this book is to keep fighting and don't give up no matter what the challenge is.


734 Pages

I connect this book to Percy Jackson and the Lighting Thief. I connect these two books because of the suspence that is created in both books. Also they both have many moments were the main character is in danger.



One literary element I chose was the mood of the story. The mood of the story is suspense. In one chapter Harry is left facing his worst enemy and the story leaves you on a page turner wondering what will happen next. Another literary element was the character Harry, he procrastinated. Harry procrastinates on the second task and keeps holding off until he realizes he has barely any time left to do it.

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