There is nothing better in my eyes, than when feeling under the weather, as I have for the latter part of the week, than to curl up with a good book and escape into another world. Building Lego is also a good way of passing time, and feeling warm and cosy in the process, sadly I don’t have as much Lego to play with than I do books to read.
So this week we see a return to the boy wizard, who is otherwise known as Harry Potter. I do still love many children’s books, they can be just as engaging and enthralling as those aimed at adults. The Harry Potter series is one of those. So this week we move onto the mid point of the series, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ~ J. K. Rowling: Harry Potter returns to Hogwarts for his fourth year, where for students over 17, the Trizwizard tournament is going to take place. However when Harry’s name is read out from the Goblet of Fire, everyone assumes that he has somehow cheated. Harry insists that he never placed his name in there, with someone else behind it. However rules are rules, and Harry must take part in the challenges facing each student from the four wizarding schools chosen to take part in the Triwizard tournament. Who will win, and what will happen to Harry?