Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the fourth book written by JK Rowling in the Harry Potter series.
- The description of the wizard's camp site and the various wizards from all over the world is really colorful.
- Mr. Weasley's incompetence toward Muggle objects is quaint at first, but quickly becomes ridiculous when he can't distinguish between the number 20 and 5.
- The Ministry of Magic, and most of the wizarding world, seems to be entirely inept. A small band of Deatheaters start making trouble after the World Cup, and they aren't able to catch a single one of them? They can't even stun three kids, but have no trouble accusing each of them.
- If portkeys are essentially the same as apparating, why doesn't Hogwarts prevent them in the same way they prevent apparating?