Ellie’s Book Review: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

(This is Ellie’s book review, I am posting it due to some technical difficulties.)
This is one of my favorite books ever.
It’s the fourth in the Harry Potter series, which is a series that focuses on a wizard named Harry, whose parents were killed by a dark wizard named Voldemort when Harry was a baby. Voldemort was intending on killing Harry however, because the curse was actually aimed for him, not his parents. Harry, however, rebounded the curse, causing killing Voldemort instead, leaving the boy with a scar on his forehead. Because of the fact Harry is the only person ever to have lived after Voldemort used that spell on him, he is famous in the wizarding world. At the age of eleven he is sent to a wizarding school, named Hogwarts, which is located in Scotland– against the wishes of his wizard-hating aunt and uncle, who have been looking after Harry since his parents’ death.
This year, Harry has been entered by someone into the Triwizard tournament, where students aged 16 to 18 from three European wizarding schools have to complete a series of challenges to gain 10,000 galleons – the wizard currency. When Harry is entered against his will, there is uproar around the students, and Harry becomes even more unpopular with many of the people in his school and gives him more of a reputation.
The book is very good; it’s thrilling, fast-paced and contains a lot of dry humour, especially with Reeta Skeeta, a beetle-like reporter who is intent on Harry falling and being mocked in the public eye.
An excellent read! 10/10