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  • Aug 14, 2021

    A bit ashamed to say I just finished this for the first time

    But goddamn what a ride. The climax at the graveyard was HARROWING.

    Some really effective horror writing for what is apparently a kids book.

    Absolutely loved it.

    Excited to finish the series.

  • Aug 14, 2021
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    Ayyy lit I鈥檓 rereading the series rn and just finished GoF too

    I really love how out of all the other books Goblet really takes shape as a detective/mystery thriller with all the mysteries that need solving

    Who put harry鈥檚 name in the goblet of fire?
    Who cast the dark mark at the world cup?
    What happened to Bertha Jorkins?
    How was Rita Skeeter getting information?
    Who were Fred & George blackmailing?
    Was Barty Crouch Jr. guilty or not?
    What happened to Barty Crouch Sr?

    Rowling was just putting on a clinic of amazing storytelling with this book and the film adaption really butchered it horribly due to the fact that the director Mike Newell obviously didn鈥檛 really read the book because all he ever talked about in interviews was how massive he thought the book was & how much of a chore it was for him to read

  • Aug 14, 2021

    This is the book that got me into the franchise. Always was my favorite and I thought it was bias but after reading the rest in order it was still my fav

  • Aug 14, 2021

    HBP my fav but GOF goated too

  • dat climax
    cedric

  • easily my fav book but least fav movie

  • Aug 14, 2021

    My favorite book of all time. Crazy cause I just started rereading the series for the first time in 7 years & I鈥檓 on GOF now.
    She really leveled up with this one. Not one bad chapter & its escapism at its finest in so many aspects.
    The last stretch of chapters where everything unfolds & all the plots come together while also setting up the next 3 books are top tier.

  • Aug 14, 2021
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    0ddJay

    Ayyy lit I鈥檓 rereading the series rn and just finished GoF too

    I really love how out of all the other books Goblet really takes shape as a detective/mystery thriller with all the mysteries that need solving

    Who put harry鈥檚 name in the goblet of fire?
    Who cast the dark mark at the world cup?
    What happened to Bertha Jorkins?
    How was Rita Skeeter getting information?
    Who were Fred & George blackmailing?
    Was Barty Crouch Jr. guilty or not?
    What happened to Barty Crouch Sr?

    Rowling was just putting on a clinic of amazing storytelling with this book and the film adaption really butchered it horribly due to the fact that the director Mike Newell obviously didn鈥檛 really read the book because all he ever talked about in interviews was how massive he thought the book was & how much of a chore it was for him to read

    They really butchered the movie especially the 3rd task. They did alright with the ending though.

  • Aug 14, 2021
    4 replies

    Is this better than the movies?

  • Aug 14, 2021
    Smu

    Is this better than the movies?

    10000000000%

    The movies leave out soooooo much it鈥檚 actually frustrating

  • Aug 14, 2021

    Also for all my currently reading and rereading fam

    MovieFlame is doing a series on youtube that lists the every difference between the books & films and it鈥檚 really good he just did Goblet like last week

  • if prisoner of azkaban didn鈥檛 exist it鈥檇 be my favorite HP movie and probably favorite book too

  • Aug 14, 2021

    Went through the audiobooks in order over the past few months. Amazing ride. Umbridge is even more infuriating than she is in the movie imo, so you in for some fuming in Order

  • Aug 14, 2021
    Smu

    Is this better than the movies?

    This series specifically converted me to a books>>>movie guy

  • Aug 14, 2021
    Smu

    Is this better than the movies?

    Of course. The movies are all good to great but the books are 10x better.

  • Aug 14, 2021
    0ddJay

    Ayyy lit I鈥檓 rereading the series rn and just finished GoF too

    I really love how out of all the other books Goblet really takes shape as a detective/mystery thriller with all the mysteries that need solving

    Who put harry鈥檚 name in the goblet of fire?
    Who cast the dark mark at the world cup?
    What happened to Bertha Jorkins?
    How was Rita Skeeter getting information?
    Who were Fred & George blackmailing?
    Was Barty Crouch Jr. guilty or not?
    What happened to Barty Crouch Sr?

    Rowling was just putting on a clinic of amazing storytelling with this book and the film adaption really butchered it horribly due to the fact that the director Mike Newell obviously didn鈥檛 really read the book because all he ever talked about in interviews was how massive he thought the book was & how much of a chore it was for him to read

    Couldn鈥檛 have said it better myself. That mystery/thriller genre focus of this book was so enjoyable. The pacing was also superb as well.

  • Aug 14, 2021

    I remember reading this for the first time. The maze challenge had me sweating for real lol

  • Aug 14, 2021

    damn bro im bout to read harry potter again for this crine thank you @op

  • Oct 11, 2021
    Sounds

    They really butchered the movie especially the 3rd task. They did alright with the ending though.

    i mean yeah all of the movies are butchered

    im still heated that we got zero of the tom riddle ancestry and story on HBP

  • Oct 12, 2021

    Enjoy it man, Goblet of fire has some really good writing.

    My personal favourite is the Dark Mark scene, Peter Pettigrew scenes with Voldemort and the graveyard stuff

  • Oct 12, 2021

    Having my teacher read us this in 5th grade was definitely an elementary school highlight

  • Oct 21, 2021
    1 reply

    Y'all make me want to read it again

  • Oct 21, 2021
    4 replies

    i never read the harry potter series

    i feel like reading it now in my 20s its not gonna hit the way it couldve if i read it as a kid, but feel like it would be a fun read regardless

  • BRUNTZ 馃悙
    Oct 21, 2021
    Bazooe

    i never read the harry potter series

    i feel like reading it now in my 20s its not gonna hit the way it couldve if i read it as a kid, but feel like it would be a fun read regardless

    I feel like you鈥檇 genuinely be surprised. Only the first 2 books have a childhood allure to them and even then the second one has alot going on to keep you on the edge of your seat. I think it鈥檇 be a blast !

  • Oct 21, 2021
    Bazooe

    i never read the harry potter series

    i feel like reading it now in my 20s its not gonna hit the way it couldve if i read it as a kid, but feel like it would be a fun read regardless

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