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A Review of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Summary: Review of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, book four in the series by author J.K. Rowling. Discusses Harry's continuing struggle with the evil wizard Voldemart and his adventures at Hogwart's School of Wizardry.
This story talked about at the beginning about a family that died because of Voldemort. After they had past away he killed their gardener having Harry's scar hurt that telling him that Voldemort was near. Then afterwards Harry sent a letter to his God-parent Sirius who helped Harry out, but had to keep out of sight because he was being searched for by the guards of Azkaban. Meanwhile, Harry was at home with the people he had always hated since he was a little child. Then soon came a letter from Ron's mom saying can Harry get two before to stay with them, and go see a Quidditch Game, which, most people don't know what that, is. While Harry, Ron, and Hermione traveled to the Quidditch game they discovered they had to use a port key and then afterwards they all got to the Quidditch game. While they...

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