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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire | J.K. Rowling
The paperback edition of the legendary, record-breaking, best-selling fourth Harry Potter novel. Harry Potter is midway through his training as a wizard and his coming of age. Harry wants to get away from the pernicious Dursleys and go to the International Quidditch Cup. He wants to find out about the mysterious event that's supposed to take place at Hogwarts this year, an event involving two other rival schools of magic, and a competition that hasn't happened for a hundred years. He wants to be a normal, fourteen-year-old wizard. But unfortunately for Harry Potter, he's not normal - even by wizarding standards. And in his case, different can be deadly.
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Whitwhit
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sophierayton
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All hail the mighty JK! I think she is the best writer I've ever read. If she wrote all the books published from now on, I wouldn't mind.
The Goblet of Fire - it is so action packed and there's a clear maturation happening setting us up for the later books. I still need to re-re-re-read 5,6&7 but this is my favourite so far, it's so good.

flying_monkeys GoF is my fave of the series, so I couldn‘t agree more 🤓 3d
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There‘s magic after all! Reading Harry Potter out in the sun and spot a Phoenix in the clouds!

BookwormAHN Cool 😸 5d
AnansiGirl Ahhmazing 😍 4d
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Tianarose
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Good book ✔️ Good music ✔️ sunshine✔️

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Shemac77
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Buddy read continues. My niece (who is almost 11) is on par with me reading these books and we started on June 1. So proud.

wanderinglynn That‘s awesome! 6d
Cathythoughts Well done you two ... 👏🏻👏🏻✨ 5d
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Tianarose
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I solemnly swear I bought these for my daughter! Lol

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GypsyKat
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“Mrs Weasley set the potion down on the bedside cabinet, bent down, and put her arms around Harry. He had no memory of ever being hugged like this, as though by a mother. The full weight of everything he had seen that night seemed to fall in upon him as Mrs Weasley held him to her.” 💜💜💜

#QuotsyJune19 #Hugs @TK-421

IndyHannaJones Ow. My heart. 2w
GypsyKat @IndyHannaJones Right? Gets me every time! 😭💜 2w
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#quotsyJune19 #survivor
I‘m reading this with my daughter, and we just read this chapter yesterday.

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Whitwhit
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The new illustrated edition will be out in October. Guess who preordered it today!! I am so excited!

LibrarianRyan I have been wondering. This is a larger book than the first 3 in the series, but the illustrated edition seems to be about the same number of pages as the previous illustrated editions. I wonder if they will have fewer illustrations than the others. 4w
Graciouswarriorprincess @LibrarianRyan I don‘t know. I am curious about this too. 4w
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Sresendez12
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It‘s been so long since I‘ve read this one that I had forgotten all the details that weren‘t in the movie. It‘s so hard to believe they still made the movies work without all of the details in the books #hpbuddyread

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Today I learned an English word because it was my Spanish word of the day ? Also, Harry Potter y el Cáliz de Fuego is out today!

AlaMich That is next level vocabulary expansion right there! 😆 1mo
kgriffith @AlaMich right?! 😋 1mo
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LibrarianRyan
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This is the illustrated edition for book 4. It has been delayed a WHILE. However, i have noticed it is only one edition. Goblet of Fire is such a long book, I thought this would come in two volumes. But just one. And not a major page difference from the previous illustrated edition. So i wonder if they skimped on the illustrations. Only time will tell..

#CoverLove #KidsEdition
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Gissy That's true🤔 1mo
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GypsyKat
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It doesn‘t matter how many times I read this, I always cry towards the end. But I‘m still thankful for old familiar favorites to read or listen to. ❤️❤️❤️

LoverofLit 😭😭😭 Every time! 1mo
teainthelibrary I think as I get older, the ending gets more horrifying. 1mo
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EmilieGR
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Best books

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GypsyKat
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This part always breaks my heart for young Harry. 💙

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GypsyKat
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Continuing on with my reread. ❤️⚡️

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DPgirl
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I got Draco! Tubs doesn't seem impressed about it 😄 Three more left to get

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LaraS
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I‘d like to go on record to say I totally support Percy‘s attempt at creating a standard for cauldron thickness. #ISOFTW

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I am a huge Harry Potter fan and I do collect all the HP related things. This is the Italian edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I do not speak Italian (yet), although I understand part of it, but I love having books in multiple languages. Do you also collect books in different languages?

#harrypotter #collection #bookcollection

TCLinrow That's a cool cover 😊 and I have a few of my favourite books in other languages that my friend gave me (she speaks 8 languages, I just about speak 2!). Once I finish my degree I'm thinking I might try learning some new languages 😁 1mo
LineBookaholic Wow 8 is a lot! I speak 3 and I think it is already really difficult and I often mix them up haha. Reading the same book in different languages is so interesting, I love it 😊 1mo
TCLinrow I know! It's crazy to watch her when she's translating. I have no idea how she keeps all the languages clear in her head 😅 I've managed to read a couple of books in French and it feels so good! I love it too ☺ 1mo
LineBookaholic Oh great ! French is actually my native language 😁 I am glad I don't have to learn it though , it must be so hard ! 1mo
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Natascia.Brondino
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Just finished to re-read it: it‘s like returning to an old friendly place that you like but not visited for a while 💖

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BlazinHoney
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Just some library humor 🧛🏻‍♀️🧛🏼‍♂️🧛🏻‍♀️

Clwojick 🤣🤣🤣 1mo
TheSpineView 💜🤣 1mo
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LauraJ
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Another winner, though I did get a little bored with each villain rambling on about their respective brilliant plots only to be defeated because they didn‘t shut up and act faster. However, as a kids‘ book, it‘s totally understandable. 4/5. #hpbuddyread

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During my first read of #HPseries I didn't like the books after the 3rd very much. I don't understand now what repelled me in the Goblet of Fire. It has some unexpected turns I didn't remember already, so I was shocked at least twice. It's much more serious and ambiguous with what characters do and why they do it. And there is a solid foundation for the main plot finally. So it's outright ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ after the reread!💚 #HPBuddyRead @TheReadingMermaid

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Great reread of book #4! Loved the amount of details added in, the magic, adventurous tasks, and laughs. Still hated that Cedric had to die and how it happened. Now I can‘t wait to read more of what happens in the next book!! Bring on book #5!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Godpants Same! 2mo
tournevis Same. A first. 2mo
DGRachel I‘m apparently a true Hufflepuff, even down to my donut choices. 😆💛🖤💛🖤 2mo
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MelissaSue81 Ravenclaw, which is what I would consider myself as well. Weird! 2mo
AlaMich Slytherin here! And now I want donuts🍩 !!! 2mo
LauraJ @AlaMich @godpants @tournevis Well, when it‘s time for a donut run, I know who to send. 🍩 🍩 2mo
Meaw_catlady slytherin!! This test is the most accurate!! Thanks for sharing! Now I need a dozen donuts and some coffee and a Harry Potter marathon... 2mo
RamsFan1963 Hufflepuff through and through... 2mo
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Meaw_catlady
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#HPBuddyRead
I confess that I watched the movies before I read the books. Not my fault it was my parents who wouldn‘t let me read them. When I watched the movies Goblit of Fire was always my favorite. When I finally read the books I was shocked at the things they left out! I still love the movie but this book is so good the movie could have done better . Rereading this book broke my heart all over again.

vkois88 This is my favorite from the series! 2mo
SewHappyStitchHappy GOF is my favorite book of the series! 😊 2mo
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TheReadingMermaid
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Final thoughts:
What do you think of the book to movie adaptation of this book in the series?
What do you think of the darker turn that the series is taking?
Anything else you would like to add?

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Birdsong28 The book to movie adaptation is not good as it misses out Winkie at the start at the World Cup, and also in the book they are in the Box for Ministry employees and it sets up Winkie and her involvement with the Crouch family and the Crouch family's involvement with Voldemort. Also it misses out SPEW which leads to explaining how House Elves have a special magic of their own which is very important to the later stories. 2mo
MoonWitch94 I think this was the worst adaptation of all the books, TBH. It missed so much & I don‘t think it was thought out well. It was one of my favorite books from the series so I was most disappointed with this one. 2mo
BethM I agree with @MoonWitch94 the movie missed a lot of the subtext and sub plots, but im not sure they would‘ve conveyed it all in the time they had. 2mo
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DGRachel This is my least favorite of the films for the reasons everyone else has noted. I think it was the least faithful and missed so many important aspects. I remember leaving the theater angry. 2mo
BookwormAHN I wasn't too surprised at what was left out. This book was detailed enough for two movies. It was an okay adaptation, not my favorite. 2mo
ravenlee With the first movies already being 2.5 hours, there was absolutely no way a book twice the length could be done well in the same time. But to leave out 2/3 of the plot lines made the movie feel very truncated, and much of the tournament itself felt rushed. I‘m glad they didn‘t start splitting books into multiple movies this early, though - we‘d have ended up with at least a dozen movies. 2mo
LauraJ Bring on the darkness 1mo
AsYouWish I think the book was a bit better because it showed how dangerous the competition really was and the movie left out things for time. I think there were things and people the movie should have kept in that would have made it better. I have said it before and I will say it again because we still have books/movies to talk about, Dobby should have been included!!!! 1mo
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The last chapter of this book is entitled "The Beginning". Why do you think the last chapter would carry such a title? What is beginning? What has ended?

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BethM Well it really is the beginning of the darkness. 2mo
BookwormAHN @BethM Exactly 2mo
Meaw_catlady The beginning of the battle against the darkness. What was coming had come and it was time for Dumbledores army to rise up and prepare to conquer He Who Shall Not Be Named (edited) 2mo
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HufflepuffGirl90 Voldemort is back, darkness rises. This is the official start of the second war against Voldemort and his Death Eaters 2mo
ravenlee In the movie Hermione says something about everything changing now, which is pretty accurate. Nothing will ever be the same, with Voldemort on the rise again, the Ministry denying it and doing everything to control Dumbledore; plus, you know - puberty. 2mo
LauraJ @ravenlee Good point. The end of childhood, the beginning of determining who each will become. 1mo
AsYouWish The beginning of Harry growing harder/serious and not being as soft/jokey as he has been. Not to spoil anything but he loses some of his boyish playfulness after the events of this book. He grows a bit more serious and more determined because I think he finally understands fully what is going on and that no one can really protect him. (edited) 1mo
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Do you think Harry would have succeeded in the tasks given by The Goblet of Fire had he not had outside assistance? What does this say about Harry's character?

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DGRachel I don‘t think he could have, but “cheating” is part of the history of the contest. I see no negative reflection on his character. He was much younger and less trained than the other contestants. The fact that he didn‘t give up speaks well of him and his support network. 2mo
Kimberlone Definitely not, but all of the other contestants also had help. Cedric is clearly the contestant who most deserved to win. Harry worked hard to prepare for the first and third tasks but he got totally lucky on the 2nd task and definitely would not have been able to do it at all without Dobby‘s help with the gillyweed 2mo
BookwormAHN I don't think he would have had a chance at the second task without help. 2mo
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Meaw_catlady Honestly this might be an unpopular opinion but I don‘t think Harry would have succeeded at anything without help. He is quite weak and good for nothing on his own. Lying around eating all the chocolate frogs until Hermione smacks him over the head with a book... 2mo
HufflepuffGirl90 Harry would have failed horribly. I agree with @Meaw_catlady that he is weak and pretty much nothing without his friends and assistance from others. 2mo
ravenlee I wonder if he might have failed on purpose at some point, or at least deliberately not tried very hard, as a possible way to get out of the whole thing. If he honestly didn‘t want to be in the tournament I‘d expect him, on his own, to do the minimum. Like he usually does. 2mo
TheDaysGoBy Harry‘s got a different kind of strength to him so I‘m not sure I agree with those saying he‘s weak and unable to do anything without assistance. That said, I think he would‘ve had a hard time with the tasks given he was 3 years younger than the other champions and just lacked the knowledge/more advanced skill they had 2mo
LauraJ He‘s a kid taking on foes that most adults can‘t beat. He should need help. 1mo
AsYouWish No, I don‘t think he would have succeeded without help. But as much help as Harry gives to other people, I am going to let it slide and say he deserved help during this competition. 1mo
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There are many elements in this book that come to play later on in the series. Can you think of some examples?

Example: Harry seeing death which allows him to see thestrals.

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Kimberlone Rita Skeeter‘s story has implications in OoP with the Quibbler story, also Fleur & Bill, and Harry giving his Triwizard tournament reward to Fred & George to start their joke shop 2mo
BookwormAHN We find out that Hagrid is part giant and then we meet his half brother in the next book. 2mo
BookwormAHN Also this is the beginning of Dumbledore's problems with the Ministry. 2mo
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ravenlee Percy‘s obsession with the Ministry that will lead to trouble in the Weasley family; of course Fudge putting his head in the sand and doing everything he can to discredit Dumbledore and Harry; the power of the press in influencing the populace; Wormtail‘s fate; Nagini...sooo much gets set up in this installment. 2mo
LauraJ I haven‘t read the rest of the series yet! 1mo
AsYouWish Dumbledore allowing Harry to go into dangerous situations. Harry learning about portkeys, which helps later on. 1mo
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Harry hangs around with the merpeople and make sure that all of the hostages are released and is then rewarded points for "moral fiber".
Do you agree with this prize? how much moral fiber does Harry actually show in this instance?

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BookwormAHN I think this was a rather nasty challenge but I'm torn on moral fiber points. 2mo
Meaw_catlady This is one thing that is different in the movie. It seems like they really were in danger in the movie and in the book it‘s all played down like it wasn‘t even dangerous 2mo
HufflepuffGirl90 I don‘t like the whole challenge in the movie, it made everything seem so much easier than the book portrayed it. I‘m not sure how I feel about the moral fiber points, but I did like that Harry was at least acknowledged in his want to save everyone. 2mo
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ravenlee In the book the warnings about the stolen items staying with the merpeople made a much bigger impact on Harry than the movie did. There was a good juxtaposition of him being worried, then feeling gullible, and then being rewarded for following his instincts. Ironically, it‘s the same impulse toward fairness that makes him include Cedric in claiming the cup later, which leads to Cedric‘s death. 2mo
TheDaysGoBy Rowling wrote it in such a way you could understand why Harry thought the hostages were in danger, and I think it shows a lot about his character that he wanted to make sure everyone was ok. Was it unfair he got awarded points for taking the whole thing too seriously thinking everyone was truly in danger? Maybe. But doing so showed he really wasn‘t worried about the competition and showed something the other champions didn‘t 2mo
LauraJ Totally deserved! The boy had moral fiber coming out of his gills! 1mo
AsYouWish Hmmm... I have wondered if it hadn‘t been people that the competitors loved/cared about, would the outcome have been the same? What if It had been people they didn‘t like, if for example Snape had been there, would Harry have been so quick to “save” him? I would say he did a good thing in trying to help all the people, but it would have shown more if it wasn‘t people he also cared about/knew were cared about. 1mo
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How does young Crouch trick everyone into thinking he is the real Moody? (Besides using the polyjuice potion) Do you think he does a good job of it? How do you think David Tennant's portrayal of the character was in the film?

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Kimberlone In the book is was a COMPLETE surprise the first time reading through. JKR already demonstrated great twists in previous books about showing a character was not who we originally thought, but this is the best character twist in the books for me. While Tennant is a fabulous actor and does his best with the material he‘s given, it‘s so obvious in the movies that something is up with Moody, and Tennant‘s tongue tic is so cringeworthy 2mo
BookwormAHN I think Moody has been alone for so look that no one really knows what to expect of him. I think he does a really good job but if more of the script in the book had been followed it would have been better. 2mo
HufflepuffGirl90 I enjoyed how the book portrayed Moody more. Rowling did a good job with having little hints that something wasn‘t right, but then putting it down as Moody being a paranoid former auror. I love David Tennant, but I thought he could have done a better job with the his character. I understood the “need” for the tongue tic, but definitely agree with @Kimberlone that it was a horrible depiction for Moody. 2mo
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ravenlee The book was much better, as the movie had no time for subtlety. The flask drinking was done well in the movie, but that was about it. David Tennant didn‘t have much to work with. Imagine what he could have done with the confession scene as written in the book! 2mo
LauraJ I haven‘t seen the movie, but it totally bought Moody in the book. 1mo
AsYouWish I think just as the trio did in their use of the polyjuice, Crouch observed Moody and knew his mannerisms enough to pull it off. I also like how there were hints that something was off but not too much that it gave away the surprise. I think Tennant did a good job, I would have like more of him in the movie to see deeper into him. 1mo
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This book opens up at Tom Riddle Sr.'s home. This is unusual given the fact that #1 it does not start at the Dursley's home and #2 that it is not written from Harry's point of view.
How do you think this changes the tone of the book?
Why do you think Rowling departed from the expected opening of the book?

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Naj I thought it was an improvement in her writing. This book marked a significant change in the series; it became more mature and the writing needed to reflect that. 2mo
Kimberlone It was a great way to disorient the reader who had already gotten used to the book beginning formula (this will also be repeated in HBP to great effect), while also expanding the HP universe further and great foreshadowing for the book‘s climax which will bring us back to the Riddle House 2mo
DGRachel It did a good job of setting the darker tone to the series. 2mo
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LauraJ A welcome change- though the rest of the book follows the same template. 2mo
BookwormAHN It marks the story getting darker. 2mo
ravenlee I‘m so late to the party! This book introduced Voldemort as a serious threat, an active character instead of a boogeyman, so we see that from the very beginning. Also, we start seeing characters dying, and again, it‘s right off the bat in this book. 2mo
TheDaysGoBy I don‘t think it was really that different. I mean, yes that first chapter wasn‘t from Harry‘s POV. But we quickly discovered it was a dream he had so it wasn‘t all that unexpected. It was interesting and it really did kick off the book with a much darker tone. 2mo
AsYouWish I think it shows the darkness, but also that there are two sides to every story and also that ever villain has an origin. This opening says a lot by just being in a different setting! 1mo
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Don't forget guys, tomorrow is the day!!!

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BookwormAHN I‘m ready 🙋🏼‍♀️ 2mo
jessinikkip Ugh... I didnt even get to read HP this month. I made my book bullet journal spread for May and have both #4 and #5 on my TBR for May 2mo
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I always enjoy watching this movie but I had forgotten a lot of what happened in the book. I wish the movie hadn't left out S.P.E.W. or some of the Care of Magical Creatures classes. But I do love Hermione and Krum. They were quite cute in both 🏆 #HPBuddyRead @TheReadingMermaid

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zezeki
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The fact I have exams coming is the only thing stopping me from moving onto book 5 before May!!!! And it's taking immense amounts of self control!! 📓📓📚💪 #hpbuddyread

hermyknee Good luck on your exams!! 2mo
zezeki @hermyknee Thank you, I'm gonna need it! 😀😀 2mo
BookNAround Good luck with exams! 2mo
zezeki @BookNAround Thanks!! 😀😀 2mo
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miranda_booknerd
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One of my favorites!

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LauraJ
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Finally, my weekend starts! Probably won‘t make it, but I‘ll have fun trying. #24b4Monday

Andrew65 Fun is the most important thing. 😊 2mo
TheReadingMermaid Yes! That! ⬆️⬆️⬆️ 2mo
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jjbowenkunkler

I thought that this book was good and a fine read. The beginning of the book really gets you into it and makes you go cover to cover. I enjoyed the fight at the end.

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jjbowenkunkler
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Modern fantasy and was written in 2002. This book is about the wizard's cup and harry being in it. The book begins with a dream that harry has of man being killed by Voldemort and with the next day an attack by the death eaters. Harry goes back to school where he fights to win the wizard's cup. He and Cedric win but Voldemort is there to try to kill harry once and for all.

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Saturday mood!

Reading the tagged for #HPBuddyRead and having a morning cup of #coffee (sorry, Trelawney, no tea leaves to read ☠️)

P.S. Not my picture but isn‘t it lovely?! 🥰 #Ravenclaw aesthetics is my new favorite #Pinterest search! 🦅

Liatrek Love it! All quizzes sit me into Ravenclaw 😊 2mo
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History of Magic OWL: 5⭐️

Though I don‘t fully agree, I definitely understand why people say this is the point when Harry stops experiencing the joy of magic and starts to understand the impacts it has. We meet Moody and saw how “he” opened up the world of the dark arts truly for the first time to Harry and his classmates. My favorite part though was how hard Hermione worked to be both types of best friends to Harry when he needed her the most.

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LauraJ
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Trying to do these reading challenges, but someone is making it difficult.
@Andrew65 @TheReadingMermaid #kal

TheReadingMermaid Hahaha 😹😼😽 2mo
ShyBookOwl 😹 2mo
Andrew65 Oh no! 🙀😼😽 2mo
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Leftcoastzen This happens to me often, so despite our wonderful technology, I jot down where I am time wise on a piece of paper now and then.🙀🐈 2mo
rretzler 😻😹🙀 2mo
Susannah Oh my goodness! I‘d forgive that sweet baby anything. 😻 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl Oh goodness.. gotta love her / him anyway! Cats do rule! 😊 2mo
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zezeki
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I'm neglecting my studying to read Harry Potter, so I'd say I'm quite hooked. Also, I'm rooting for these two so much!! 😍😍 I know it's not gonna happen but a girl can dream! 💕📚📓📚😀😀 #hpbuddyread

heikemarie One trillion percent Ron doesn‘t deserve Hermione sooooo 2mo
zezeki @heikemarie They'd be such a power couple! 2mo
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LauraJ
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Cecil is keeping my seat warm and NOT my book, unlike Abby. He‘s the good cat. And geez, it took a long time to get to Hogwarts. #catsoflitsy

Eyelit That sprawl! Comfy kitty 😻 2mo
Leftcoastzen Cute !😻 2mo
LauraJ @Eyelit Cecil is very proud of his long legs. He never strikes a loaf pose. 2mo
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laur89
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Spring break mornings call for books & coffee 👏🏼✨

I‘ve got two reading challenges to tackle before tomorrow - it‘s going to be a read-a-thon day!

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LauraJ
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My next cat is going to be see-thru.
#kal #hpbuddyread

Amiable 😻 2mo
Leftcoastzen 😹 2mo
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BookishTrish This is also my wish 2mo
JanuarieTimewalker13 Hahahaha!! 2mo
Dragon 😻 2mo
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KtheBookwyrm
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We finished this last week as well. My daughter enjoyed it and since I‘ve decided not to continue to the 5th book until she‘s a bit older, she‘s decided we should just start over with the 1st one. So back to Harry‘s beginning we go.

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Happy Easter, Passover, Martini Day ( @cathysaid ) or whatever spring fertility rite you‘re celebrating!🐣🐇🐣
Abs and I are about to jump into the next #HPbuddyread title.

TheReadingMermaid Oooo 😗 those look yummy! 2mo
LauraJ @TheReadingMermaid Yes! 🤤 The frosting is made from whipped cream and Abby likes the wrappers. 2mo
Dragon 😻 2mo
cathysaid That looks heavenly! 🎂 2mo
GypsyKat Adorable! ❤️ 2mo
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