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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

That day, when I was 11 years old. I like having Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in my hands. I was hooked from the opening words about the youngster who had a difficult life and was alienated from his aunt and uncle. The first letters he got via the owl were a miracle. The dedication and thoroughness of the Hogwarts School astounded me. When Hagrid finally emerged, he shouted at Uncle Vernon. My interest was piqued by the exploits of the trio of Harry, Ron, and Hermione. I grew up watching the show, and I also saw the popular film adaption starring Daniel, Emma, and Rupert. My favorite character in the film is the man I despise the most in the novel, snobbish kid Draco Malfoy. Millions of fan ladies were charmed by the man with golden hair and mesmerizing eyes in the film. Harry Potter's allure hasn't waned even after 20 years. I keep buying this book for my middle school brother. She, like me, will undoubtedly grow up in a vibrant wizarding environment. What's lacking is the sense of having to wait years to get your hands on a book you like. I didn't have much money back then, so I had to settle with borrowing the book from the public library. I now have a complete Harry Potter collection at home. Because it was my boyhood, this is the most valuable book of the twentieth century. mapquest driving directions


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