During the course of our Summer Reading Program, several reviews for various books in the Harry Potter series were submitted to our Customer Reviews pages on the libraries' BookGuide reader site. Here are the reviews for the fourth book in the Potter series:
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
by J.K. Rowling [j Rowling]
is my favorite of the Harry Potter series, because of the amount of
adventure, excitement and peril. I love the twists. I would recommend it
to anybody who likes adventure and magic. -- review submitted by Felicity N. - a customer of the Gere Branch Library
It's an amazing book. I love the whole series, and if you have liked the
books you should totally read this. I, again, love these, and I
recommend anyone to read these from age 10 to 107. You will love them. -- review submitted by Teresa G. - also a customer of the Gere Branch Library
This has to be one of my favorite Harry Potter books. This fourth
installment in the seven book series is about how the Triwizard
Tournament is at Hogwarts. Three schools come together: Hogwarts,
Beaubaxtons, and Dumstrang to compete to see who can win the trophy.
Three seventh years are selected: Victor Crum, Fleur Delacor, and Cedric
Diggory. Then, when everyone thought everyone was chosen another piece
of paper comes out from the Goblet, Harry Potter. Harry is a fourth and
cannot compete. No one knows who put his name in, but Dumbledore says
that if the cup picked his name he is competing. Competitions include:
trying to get the egg from fierce dragons, going underwater with
mermaids, and the final maze with obstacles galore! Who wins? What
awaits the winner at the end of the maze? Is it really the Triwizard
cup? READ IT TO FIND OUT! -- review submitted by Ashley A. - also a customer of the Gere Branch Library
Have you read this one? What did you think? Did you find these reviews helpful?
New Customer Reviews appear regularly in the pages of the BookGuide web site, particularly during the Summer Reading Program. You can visit the Customer Reviews page to see them all and/or submit your own, or watch them appear here in the BookGuide blog individually as we receive them.