My Book Report

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THE BOOK’S TITLE: HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE

This book is written by J.K ROWLING. It’s fourth book in the series. It was first printed in 2000 and its film was begun to play in 2005.
Introduction of the Author
The book Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was written by Joanne Kathleen Rowling. She was born in England in 1965. She published the first piece when she was six years old, but Harry Potter series have been a milestone for her. The series was sold 400 million in the world. Furthermore, she has been the first billionaire as a writer.

Summary
I would like to mention about the topic. The story begins fifty years ago before the present-day. Harry is invited to the Quidditch World Cup by Weasley family. Dursleys family (they are Harry’s only relatives alive) allow him to go to the Quidditch. The game is wonderful, until the Voldemort’s servants come there. They are Death Eaters. Harry, Ron and Hermione go back to the Hogwarts a few weeks later. They meet a great thing in Hogwarts. The school is hosted the Triwizard Tournament. It’s a competition that hasn’t made since nineteenth century. As a result of the efforts of Dumbledore, it is done that year in Hogwarts between the three wizarding schools. One student is selected from each of the three schools by the Goblet of Fire to the Triwizard Tournament. However, it not only selects three people to represent, but also selects Harry Potter, despite Harry doesn’t put his name into the Goblet of Fire. Although, he didn’t put his name in the Goblet, even Ron doesn’t believe him. Professor Alastor Moody (Mad-Eye) would like to help Harry to the tasks. Students have to pass these tasks to win the competition. The first task is to take a golden egg from the dragon nest. The second task is to find something from the Hogwarts’ lake. The last task is the most difficult mission in competition. They have to go through a dangerous maze to find The Triwizard Cup. All teams are complete the first two tasks. While they came to the last part, Cedric Diggory and Harry Potter help each other, but as soon as they hold the Triwizard Cup, they are transported to a...

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