J.K. Rowling’s magical world is continued in yet another thrilling year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
All through the books, we follow the Gryffindor Quidditch team through their various games every year. This time, we get to see the professionals at work. Harry, Hermione, Ron, Ginny, Fred and Goerge, Percy, Bill and, Charlie and Mr. Weasley all go to the Quidditch World Cup, where Harry gets that same feeling he gets every time he is exposed to new magic. With tents that are much larger on the inside and binoculars that slow down, zoom, replay and explain the match Harry is in Awe.
Nothing ever goes as well as we hope, but what could possibly go wrong at such a huge wizarding event, near muggles?
Harry, Ron, and Hermione are back at Hogwarts and things are a little different than usual.
The castle is a buzz, the Triwizard tournament has come to Hogwarts. The risks are, as usual, extreme, so much so that for the first time ever the tournament has an age restriction.
The Triwizard tournament is a big part of the wizarding community and has been used in the past as a way of joining different magic schools around the world together (yes Hogwarts isn’t the only one). The students from Beauxbatons and Durmstrang arrive and unlike the movies, both boys and girls come from both schools. The ‘champions’ as they call them are chosen by the goblet fire, as wizarding rules there is to be only one champion per school. There is a danger at Hogwarts and someone is after Harry.
From dragons and mermaids to giant mazes and a sphinx. Can Harry live through yet another year surrounded by unknown enemies?
This is another beautiful book written by the extremely talented J.K. Rowling.