Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire revolves around Harry's quest to that is unending in its nature. Harry finds himself in the middle of vacation, waiting for another year at school to start. Harry has a lot of things to learn, and he is committed to the task on his hand, and he is ready to accommodate all the new techniques that he comes across into his set of skills. Harry has lessons on casting spells to learn in the upcoming days at school. He also has lessons on foretelling coming up and also the study of potions. Harry has his friends with him throughout his journey, and their life is interconnected in more ways than one, as they gradually learn it.
Harry goes about his life with determined vigor and dedication and has learnt that his life is a lot different than others and that he has to learn to live with it. He continues with his lessons on wizardry with more passion than ever, but he is unaware of the external factors in form of his enemies are conspiring against him, to bring him down. Harry has to come to terms with the growing hostility of the environment. He has to use all his power to come out of this hole, the trap that his enemy has laid out for him, and he is ready.
Harry Potter is deeply involved in the different ways of unveiling the secrets that keep him away from his peace. Harry is 14 now and has started to show the signs of a teenager. The author chooses to bring in the various aspects of the real world into her series of fiction novels that have shattered the roofs to reach the sky. Harry is shown to be in the process of developing individuation and has various forces working around him as he is put to test more often than ever. The author also tries to show the blight in the society due to the media generated hypes through her depiction of the influences on Harry's character. The common and the most intriguing thing that drives the books to success is the unprecedented incidences that occur without any warning, and there are plenty of them.
Rowling has her eyes fixed at making Harry come of age and she is doing it conspicuously. The attention to detail in the design of the plot is sustained in this book just as well and there is no opening for feelings of disappointment to creep inside the readers mind. The author makes a conscious effort in Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire to keep the readers hooked as she throws in too many surprises, that uncover the intentions behind the events, some now and some saved for the later books from the series. The common understanding of people has been pushed in the background to give way to new ways of story telling and raise the bar for the genre of writing fiction.
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