Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

A look back at the fourth book in the magical series

Jun 01, 2010 | By TFK Staff

 

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
THE PROBLEM:
Signs suggest that Voldemort is marshaling his forces.
 
QUIDDITCH UPDATE:
Harry gets a firebolt, the top of the line of high-performance flying brooms.
 
SCARY MONSTER:
The Hungarian Horntail, a particularly nasty breed of dragon.
 
MAGICAL GADGET:
Portkeys, everyday objects that instantly teleport wizards who touch them.
 
DEFENSE AGAINST THE DARK ARTS TEACHER:
Mad-Eye Moody-scarred, wooden legged and generally scary looking. But his secret identity is even scarier. . .
 
NEW SPELL:
The Imperius Curse. Basically, magical mind control. Few people can resist its power, but Harry is one of them.
 
WHAT HARRY LEARNS:
Doing the right thing usually means doing the hardest thing. Plus, girls are complicated.
 
NUMBER OF PAGES:
734
 
Click here to read about Book 5, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.