Book: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter #4)
Author: J.K. Rowling
Published: Bloomsbury: 2010 (this edition)
Read: August 16th, 2015
Rating: 4.5/5 Stars
Ah, J.K. Rowling truly is a genius! The way this book is moulded together is a true art and masterpiece. It continues to baffle me how one could come up with such an incredible story like this, simply from their own mind.
In this novel, we begin to see the start of Ron and Hermione’s future relationship, and it was so cute to read about Ron’s obvious jealousy.
This book really set up the eerie tone for the next books, and I can’t wait to see how dark the story ends up going, as I know it definitely gets a-lot darker in terms of the movies.
I loved Dumbledore and Sirius in this, and Hermione’s bad-assery really started to kick off towards the end!
I can’t wait to see how that progresses. The words Dumbledore says just shows how wise he is, and I love it!
J.K. Rowling’s use of the Dementors is an incredible link to what they’re supposed to represent, which is depression. I’ll share with you a line that made me appreciate Ms. Rowling’s brain on this even more than I previously did:
“Most go mad in there, and plenty stop eating in the end. They lose the will to live. You could always tell when a death was coming, because the Dementors could sense it, they got excited.”
There certainly are some incredible quotes and passages throughout this novel, and I bow down to you, J.K. Rowling. I’m so excited to continue to read how Harry and his friends grow and mature, as the tone of the book does also.
Yeah that’s it,