Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, J. K. Rowling

Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire, Unabridged. 17 audio CD set

Been neglecting the blog of late. Too busy with stuff. So some quickfire diary style entries, starting with finishing Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire. Bloody brilliant. Seriously. I can see now why people get hooked. The first was meh, the second, a bit better, the third, yeah, not too bad but the fourth! That fight scene had me riveted to the steering wheel (I was in the car listening to Stephen Fry doing a bloody marvellous job I must say).

I’m into the fifth now and enjoying it too. Bring it on! Wheeee!


  1. Steve Betz says:

    To me, this book was the turning point in the whole series.  I felt the same way about 1, 2, and 3 — but this was one of the most well-paced and -executed books I’ve read.  And she did a great job of ratcheting up the stakes from “kids story” level to somthing beyond.