- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 21 hours and 12 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Pottermore from J.K. Rowling
- Audible.com Release Date: November 20, 2015
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017V4NQGM
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Book 4 Audiobook – Unabridged
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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!
The Goblet of Fire introduces the Quidditch World Cup and Death Eaters are the WORST party crashers, the TriWizard Tournament, we get to learn about a Penseive which is an awesome concept. If you watched the movie you can picture The Doctor as a baddie, and Hufflepuff's Cedric Diggory as that Twilight guy whose vampire name I genuinely can't remember and I'm actually laughing out loud about it.
Oh and for Potterheads: The password is still Lemon Drop. (Sherbet Lemon for the Brits).
This isn't my favorite book in the series but it really moves the story along pretty effectively. There is an auror at Hogwarts, teaching Defense Against the Dark Arts. There is an international wizard competition taking place at the school, too. Wizards from two respectable schools have come to Hogwarts to challenge the Hogwarts champion in the Triwizard Tournament. The winner gets fame, fortune, and everything that goes with it. The losers get to go home... alive and intact if they are very lucky. There is an age limit set, no student under 17 can enter. The cup chooses one champion from each school. But the enchanted cup chooses Harry as an unprecedented (and underage) second champion for Hogwarts, along with Cedric Diggory. Well, rules are rules and these rules are magical so Harry must compete despite many complaints and his own insistence that he wants nothing to do with the tournament. Harry has to train for the tournament, then complete a series of very difficult tasks, if he wants to win... but I won't spoil the fun for you. Let's just say that the villains finally get on the scoreboard before this book is over, and there is a moment here that really defines Harry's life from here on, in more ways than one.