• Sebastian M.

'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' is underrated.




Some people may despise the goblet of fire but as you read between the lines and see what the author

sees you'll see how good it really is


When reading the 4 book of harry potter I thought of all of the previous books and thought which on is better. And I thought this book although is good it is not the best. But when you start to read and and looked at what the author is trying to tell you. It may be one of you favorite books


If you have not read the book here's a full summary but you can skip this an listen to my podcast bellow .


Major Conflict: Harry attempts to remain alive through the Triwizard Tournament, and to discover who submitted his name to the Goblet of Fire.

Rising Action: Tension rises with each of the Triwizard tasks that Harry is expected to do.


Climax : On the evening of the final task, Harry and Cedric wind through the maze, reach the trophy, and ultimately are transported to a graveyard where Voldemort awaits them.


Falling Action: Once Harry has escaped Voldemort he is transported back to Hogwarts, and various characters explain the mysteries present in the rising action of the story.


click this link to listen to my podcast which will tell you things you may have missed and a full summary of the book


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