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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K Rowling

One of the best military fantasy series. August 9, 2016 A full if small at under 200 pages novel by one of the most talented fantasy authors in the genre. August 9, 2016 Nevernight In a land where three suns almost never set, a fledgling killer joins a school of assassins, seeking vengeance against the powers who destroyed her family. And the woman can't seem to write a bad book. Expect more of the same awesomeness. This one has a lot of hype behind it.

August 30, 2016 One of the most exciting neo-Victorian steampunk releases this year from award winning short fiction author Nisi Shawl. An alternate history where African natives developed steam power ahead of their colonial oppressors Release Date: Uprooted meets The Warded Man.

  1. August 30, 2016 One of the most exciting neo-Victorian steampunk releases this year from award winning short fiction author Nisi Shawl. A very long but thrilling book from JK Rowling which does not disappoint in the fantasy stakes.
  2. The Tournament is open only to those students who are 17 and above, due to the dangers that will beset any entrant and the Goblet of Fire will announce the final three, a champion from each school, who will compete.
  3. But just as he's pack... The emergence of the Moody character allows Rowling the opportunity to bring together several separate and seemingly insignificant strings and begin the weave them into the story so that they become core parts of the construction of the story and the magical world.

This one is one of my most anticipated fantasy reads of 2016 Release Date: September 22, 2016 Sequel to the highly popular and one of my personal favorite's YA fantasy book's last year which was a cross between Lies of Locke Lamora and Ocean's Eleven.

Looking forward to this one.

  1. He is mistaken however and it is the last mistake poor Frank ever makes. August 9, 2016 Nevernight In a land where three suns almost never set, a fledgling killer joins a school of assassins, seeking vengeance against the powers who destroyed her family....
  2. Right now, I rate Scull's books as better than Abercrombie's newer books right now.
  3. One of my favorite fantasy series right now and a MUST read. Looking forward to this one.
  4. August 9, 2016 A full if small at under 200 pages novel by one of the most talented fantasy authors in the genre. That aside, there are thrilling feats undertaken in the tournament, the addition of some really good, love to hate characters such as Rita Skeeta, more characters you just love like Alastor Moody and just a little bit of romance in the air, not only for Harry.

October 4, 2016 If there is a writer who channel's Sanderson in his writing style, Wesley Chu is that writer. This is his new fantasy series. October 6, 2016 Sequel to the uber popular Wake of Vultures, a wild west infused with monsters. This one looks to be another fast paced read through the a fantasy weird wild west.

October 11, 2016 Plague of Swords The latest entry into Mile's Cameron's awesome military fantasy series that's ringing many of the same bells as does Erickson's Malazan Book of the Fallen series.

One of my favorite fantasy series right now and a MUST read. I can't wait for this book Release Date: October 25, 2016 The next book in Brent Week's fabulous Lightbringer series -- a series with one of the more interesting magic systems and compelling world building.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling

Love the series, even if the last book was a bit on the disappointing side. Actually, Luke Scull can, who has with his Grim Company books proven himself to be at the forefront of the Grim Dark fantasy movement. Right now, I rate Scull's books as better than Abercrombie's newer books right now. December 6, 2016 Book Review: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J. One fateful night he notices a light within the house that has been abandoned for years; and goes to investigate assuming it is local youths.

He is mistaken however and it is the last mistake poor Frank ever makes.

Somewhere in Surrey, Harry Potter, a fourteen year old orphan who lives with his aunt and uncle, wakes with a throbbing pain in the scar on his forehead. The real story begins at the Quidditch World Cup, where wizards have gathered in their hundreds to support their various teams. However, in the middle of the night there is a disturbance when a group of Death Eaters, wizards who supported the dark wizard Lord Voldermort when he was in power fifteen years previously, attack the local muggles.

As ever Harry and his two best friends Ron and Hermione find themselves caught right in the middle of all the action.

  • As ever Harry and his two best friends Ron and Hermione find themselves caught right in the middle of all the action;
  • This in turn does nothing for Harry's chance of persuading Cho Chan, the object of his affection, to attend the Yule Ball with him;
  • He is mistaken however and it is the last mistake poor Frank ever makes;
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  • I think a difficult book to read in places that may not make it always an easy read, but for those difficult chapters you are certainly rewarded.

Also taking part are the beautiful French student Fleur Delacour, the famous Quidditch player Viktor Krum and the handsome Hogwarts student Cedric Diggory, who readers will have met briefly in the previous book. Upon completion the winner must pick up the coveted Triwizard Cup, they will then be transported out of the maze and crowned winner.

However, the cup has been tampered with and when Harry, accompanied by Cedric in an effort to ensure that they are both winners, touches the cup he is transported to a place that will change the wizarding world forever. The Triwizard trials are interesting to read and a few are certainly very exciting, but personally I found the whole maze and Voldermort bit a little anti-climatic. Although this part of the book is of infinite importance, the ritual that raises Voldermort is skimmed over and it just seems as though Rowling could have made more of it: The emergence of the Moody character allows Rowling the opportunity to bring together several separate and seemingly insignificant strings and begin the weave them into the story so that they become core parts of the construction of the story and the magical world.

Otherwise her writing is adequate, and shows significant development in this book and the previous one, when compared to the first two, but it is still not the books best asset.