HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE. CHAPTER ONE - THE RIDDLE HOUSE. The villagers of Little Hangleron still called it "the Riddle House," even. Editorial Reviews. spicesinlaris.ga Review. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, J.K. Rowling offers up equal parts danger and delight--and any number of. Read "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" by J.K. Rowling available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. "'There will be three.

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"'There will be three tasks, spaced throughout the school year, and they will test the champions in many different ways their magical prowess - their daring. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry is midway through both his training as a wizard and his coming of age. He wants to get away from the malicious. Harry Potter (part 4) and the goblet of fire. Harry Potter is midway through his training as a wizard and his coming of age. Harry wants to get.

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I think this is my third reading of the Harry Potter series. The first time is a precious memory to me. Our four children would all climb into our king size bed before bedtime and we would read one or two chapters each evening.

We homeschooled so, as each child's reading progressed, they read a part too. Their mom died. They're in late 20s now.

Five grandkids. Those will be ready to read to before we know it. But life is not always neatly packaged. I married a widow and moved us all. Today they are off to their own lives. My four and I are scattered across four states and even overseas. So, I'm reading to myself now.

I can't make a stronger recommendation than to say that I immediately downloadd "The Order Of The Phoenix" after finishing this one. I also have the set in hardbound on the bookshelf beside me.

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But site is just too convenient. The book started out good but discovered as I was reading it that it's missing almost 50 pages in the middle of the book. Disappointing and frusterating. The book has a printing error where pages are missing and in the wrong order. At page , the next page is number I've included images of the book where the error is. If you turn pages ahead, the pages repeat pages again and then rejoin the proper page chronology at page Also, pages are completely missing so I can't even read them in a different section and finish the story.

I'm probably the only person on earth who had never read Harry Potter. I'm taking seriously site's rating system in which 4 stars means "I liked it" and 5 stars means "I loved it. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was a fun read, creative, humorous, more absorbing than I expected. As someone who strongly prefers realism over fantasy, I thought I might be bored, but I wasn't. I genuinely enjoyed the book, which had good character development and never stopped moving.

But I wasn't sorry when the book ended, and I don't plan to read the others in the series. Fantasy is just not my genre. So now I'm back to reading either historical or contemporary fiction, because I think real life has a depth to it that fantasy cannot match. I got this book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, after my old copy got lost during a move. I just couldn't not have this book in my book collection!

The writer created a magical, wizarding world which will inevitably give you homey and warm feelings all over; by the end of this book, you'll want to be a wizard!

The book is about a young boy, Harry Potter, and his adventures in Hogwarts a wizarding school after discovering he is a wizard by a very diverse, funny, warm and very big, Hagrid, the groundskeeper at Hogwarts. We're introduced to the rest of the trio, Hermione and Ron in Hogwarts. Rowling takes us through Harry's struggles at being an orphan, a newly wizard, and famous for surviving a curse by the darkest wizard of all times; it easily keeps you hooked!

I loved the amazing character development we see with the trio, especially with Ron, who started out shy and awkward but slowly became braver. The Harry Potter books are a must for any fantasy, magical readers. I rate it an easy 5 star! JK Rowling wrote a masterpiece and everyone no matter the age will fall in love with the wizarding world.

This was the best book I've ever read. I still think about it every day. It changed my life. I couldn't put this book down.

I wanted to read it every free moment. PLOT - The plot was perfect. I loved this book. Except the castle is next to the knight, not the bishop.

It is possible though that when Ron said "next to him" he didn't mean immediately next to, only in the general area of where Harry was located. Also in the match, Harry was acting as the bishop. His last move was to move three spaces to the left.

However, in real chess bishops can only move diagonally. However, it could also mean that Harry simply moved 3 spaces left diagonally, and wasn't written properly. At the beginning of the same match, Ron is the knight in the giant chess set. It later says that he had to "move ahead one" so that the Queen could take him, opening the path for Harry to checkmate the king, and win the match. If he were a knight, he would only be able to move either ahead one, and sideways two, or ahead two, and sideways one.

It is possible, however, that "one" was meant as one move, rather than one space. When Harry and Hermione drink the two potions to get them through Snape 's task, there is only one bottle to get them through the black fire and only one bottle to get them through the purple fire.

The smallest bottle holds the potion for the black fire, and it only contains enough for one person. If this is so, then it is unknown how Quirrell got to the Mirror of Erised in the first place. Although, it's possible that the task just reappears again, just like the chess set was intact and Harry, Ron and Hermione had to play the game again. It is also possible that Quirrell had only taken a sip of the potion himself, therefore only leaving enough for one more person.

Chapter The Man with Two Faces Dumbledore says that his and Hermione 's owls crossed in mid-air, however a few pages later Hermione says to Harry that she ran into Dumbledore on the way to the Owlery to send him the owl. It is also possible that Dumbledore is not omniscient, as he admits himself.

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He is limited to the knowledge allowed by his own subjective perspective, and when Harry informed him of Hermione's intentions to send an owl he merely admitted that he hadn't received it. His reason for not having received it may have been wrong, but he didn't know she hadn't sent it.

In English we say something "must have" happened in some way even if we aren't actually certain if that is in fact the way in which the thing happened.

Dumbledore explains that only a person who wanted to find the stone, but not use it, would be able to get it. However, by that logic, Quirrel should have been able to get the stone without any problem, as he did not want to use the stone himself, only present it to Voldemort. If nobody could acquire the stone if they wanted to use it, then it is unclear how Nicholas Flamel was supposed to get it in order to make more elixir of life.

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Perhpas he had already decided that he was ready to die and had no desire to have the stone anymore, but then, why didn't he and Dumbledore just destroy the stone as soon as it was retrieved from Gringotts?

On the front cover of the Spanish edition, Harry is holding the sword and looking at the Basilisk, but looking into a Basilisk's eye's is fatal, so, technically, Harry should be dead on the Spanish front cover. However with Fawkes having clawed out the Basilisk's eyes, Harry would be able to look on without fear of death. Chapter 2: Dobby's Warning Petunia should have been aware that underage wizards and witches are not allowed to use magic outside of school, since the rule was written in , well before Lily 's time at Hogwarts.

However, it could have been that Lily had simply forgotten to mention this to her.

Then she says, "and you two" glaring at Ron and Fred, but it should say George since she has already yelled at Fred. This error was corrected in later editions of the book. In the US edition of the audiobook read by Jim Dale , Ginny's eyes are stated as being bright green but in the printed US first edition, and the UK version of the audiobook read by Stephen Fry , they are said to be bright brown, which agrees with the description in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows of Molly's eyes being the exact same shade of brown as Ginny's.

This error was fixed in later editions of the same book. Chapter 5: The Whomping Willow When Harry and Ron arrive at Hogwarts in the flying Ford Anglia , a scene which takes place on 1 September , , they are told that they had been seen by Muggles in various locations, including the " Post Office Tower ". But due to a change of ownership, the tower has actually been called the BT Tower since Also, the building is about a mile southwest of King's Cross , so to pass it, Harry and Ron would have had to be going in an entirely different direction to be following the Hogwarts Express.

However, in the first book at the start of term feast he says he has not eaten for nearly years, which would imply that this is how long he has been dead. In later printings of the first book, Nick's comment is changed from "nearly years" to "nearly years". However, when Harry sees the writing on the wall outside her bathroom, he is on the second floor.

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