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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4) Audio CD – Unabridged, Audiobook
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Running time: 20 hrs., 30 mins. 17 CDs.
Harry Potter returns to Hogwarts for his fourth year of magical adventures in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. This year Harry turns 14 and becomes interested in girls -- one in particular. And with Dark Magic comes danger, as someone close to Harry dies. You'll have to listen to learn more! The audio is available on July 8th.
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The Goblet of Fire really turned up the action and intensity of the series. The first three were all fun and enjoyable as they created a magical world. However, book four seemed to be the first that introduced the overall conflict in a more direct way and was "book one" of the conflict with He Who Must Not Be Named that would end in The Deathly Hallows. Even if you've seen the movies, the books are deserving of a read. The cliche that the books are always better than the movies holds very true here. We hope that JK Rowling continues to write for many years and that she can create other worlds that are equally as imaginative and engaging as this one. Thanks for a great ride!
While I didn't care too much for the whole beginning portion with the Quidditch match, it was important and necessary in order to explain the catalyst of the Dark Lord's return. (Look, you were going to find out anyway. *eyeroll*) I really don't have many complaints, but I suppose it would be remiss of me not to mention my small issue with the plethora of new characters introduced. I still can't tell who is who exactly within the Ministry of Magic group.
It had this Hunger Games feel and was matched with mystery, suspense, thriller, a pinch of romance, and of course fantasy! As per her usual, JK Rowling connected each event and made everything have some sort if weight in order to develop a character or situation.
I'm extremely excited to see the film adaptation and look forward to tackling book five!