Thursday, October 04, 2012

Book Review: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

I said in my last review that J.K. Rowling really hit her stride in the third book.  In this one, the complicated storytelling for which she is famed first became evident.  It was in this book that she began tying together all the threads she'd spun in the first three books.  It was oddly reminiscent of Tom Clancy's writing style, in that he'll spend 500 pages laying the stage, and the last two hundred pages telling the story.

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Blogger Noumenon said...

Speaking of Tom Clancy, "Red Storm Rising" is one of the very few books I liked as a kid that I don't still like now. I started skipping!

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