We owe it to each other to tell stories - Neil Gaiman

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

In this fourth installment of the Harry Potter Series, we see Harry being a hero once again. It is also the first Harry Potter book in which a character dies on the page. In this book we see the return (in the flesh) of Lord Voldemort.

Harry's life becomes more complicated as he is -unbeknownst to him- entered into the Triwizard Tournament. His name is expelled from the Goblet of Fire and he has to take part in the challenges that await him. As we have come to expect of Harry, he excells in all the challenges. Whilst during the final challenge he is intercepted by Lord Voldemort and his minions who used a portkey to transport Harry to them - showing us who was behind Harry's entry in the Triwizard Tournament. Harry is part of the reincarnation of Lord Voldemort, and witnesses Cedric's murder. When he returns to the maze, he tells of Voldemort's return, but will he be believed?

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