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‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ Book Review by 11 year old Vanshika Chaudhary from Jaipur

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Book Reviews with Sara for kids, by kids BookosmiaHello book lovers, your friend Sara here! I love how you are all pouring in your write ups on your favourite books.

After all, if a story is written for young readers, shouldnt they get to share their review of it?

 

Here is a wonderful review of the perfect book to follow Halloween celebrations-a Harry Potter book by 11 year old Vanshika Chaudhary, a student of House of Books and Tales, Jaipur.

Vanshika Jaipur Book Review Harry Potter with Sara Bookosmia

Vanshika is a book worm, who studies in sixth grade. She likes spending time with her mother and friends. She also  likes to play a few matches of chess with her family, sometimes with herself when everyone’s occupied with some or the other work. Her only dislike is waking up early in  the morning. Vanshika’s hobby is reading novels, writing  stories and composing poems. Her passion is to become an author.
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Book Review with Sara Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire Bookosmia
Title : Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Name of the author: Joanne Rowling ( J.K. Rowling)
Completion date : 13/09/20
I bought this novel to start reading the fourth book of the Harry Potter book series.
The cover page of this book was not as appealing as the written content inside the book, which made my first reaction on seeing it quite disappointing. I feel that the cover page of a book should be alluring, that excites the reader to read it; but this book’s cover page wasn’t even describing the main theme of the story, and was rather dull.
I loved the book  because it was thrilling and adventurous, with mind – boggling mysteries.
The main plot of this book was the hosting of the renowned Triwizard Tournament by Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It was followed by exciting consequences such as the flabbergasting reason so as to why Harry was chosen as a participant by the legendary Goblet of Fire; and what was the real identity of the mysterious man who was behind the mishaps and distortions caused in the final Triwizard Tournament Challenge.
The central idea of this story is accepting things as they are and coping with them in a calm and sensible  manner. According to me, it is relevant as sometimes we may find ourselves in situations where things don’t go the way they are supposed to; and during times like these, it is best to adjust with the changes we face and hope for the best.
The lead character in this book was Harry Potter. He was a curious, courageous, trustworthy and kind-hearted 14 year old wizard. The most interesting and astonishing thing about him was his ability to cope with danger and the loyal and caring nature he bestowed upon his fellow companions.

I liked the character Headmaster Albus Dumbeldore , because he was a calm , experienced and knowledgeable wizard. Undoubtedly worthy of the  Headmaster’s position at Hogwarts. His casual and pleasant way of talking, ability of conjuring uncountable powerful spells with his trusty wand, and humble and modest personality makes him my favourite character in the Harry Potter book series. I disliked Lord Voldemort. His stereotypical hatred of  Muggles and Half – Bloods , stubbornness of getting what he wanted and his pleasure in killing millions of innocent and noble witches and wizards makes him a much feared and dreaded character.

The language of the book was interesting, but at times difficult to read  because of the excessive use of fitting , but difficult adjectives , verbs and nouns I didn’t even know existed ! But that language also improved my reading skills and knowledge of words , which I now use in everyday life.
If I had to change something in the story , it would be the final task assigned to the daring and witty Triwizard Tournament opponents. I feel that after  battling with bloodthirsty dragons and courageously rescuing their dear  friends from the clutches of the defiant Merman under water; making their  ways to the Triwizard Cup by means of an obstacle – filled maze was a bit too simple, and, for wise wizards, easy. I would probably have the opponents duel against each other and offer the winner the trophy.
I would rate the book 4.5 stars out of 5*

*On a scale of 1-5, 5 being the highest

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38 Replies to “‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ Book Review by 11 year old Vanshika Chaudhary from Jaipur”

  • dharmendra malik

    Excellent

  • Excellent Vanishika!

  • Palak Devpura

    It’s so wonderful!

  • Arnav Chaudhary

    Very good vanshika

  • Deepali garg

    Excellent Vanshika

  • Sudha lakhotia

    Excellent Vanshika

  • Rajeev Gautam

    Excellent Beta ji keep the movement.

  • Rashmi Mittal

    Excellent Vanshika 👍 Love to read many more !!

  • Rashmi Mittal

    Excellent Vanshika 👍, Love to read many more !!

  • Rashmi Mittal

    Excellent Vanshika 👍 , Love to read many more!!

  • Rashmi Mittal

    Excellent Vanshika 👍 Love to read many more

  • GANESH Dubey

    Keep it up

  • Bhavya

    Excellent Vanshika! Keep it up👍🏻

  • Abhimanyu Chaudhary

    Extraordinary, mind-blowing 👌

  • Dushyant

    Impressive and megnified review……goodone vanshika and kee it up 👍

  • Santosh Lakhotia

    Very well written, Vanshika

  • Santosh Lakhotia

    Very well written

  • Rekha kadaiyan

    Amazing…keep it up..

  • Mangesh

    Really nice….

  • Shreya

    Wow! This is amazing vanshika 😍

  • Poonam Lakhotia

    Hat’s off Vanshika! Very good

  • Jaya Jain

    Excellent review Vanshika! So precise and helpful.

  • Rashmi Mittal

    Excellent Vanshika 👍 Love to read many more !!

  • Vasudha

    Well written

  • Raj Kapoor

    Wow Vanshika!

  • Ranjeet

    Awesome

  • Zakir Khan

    Keep up the great work

  • Varsha

    Super 👍

  • Madhu

    Praiseworthy efforts Vanshika

  • Harshita

    Loved reading this book review

  • Vibhor Sharma

    Way to go 👏👏

  • Charvi

    This time a review , next time a book…👍

  • Sudha Singh

    Amazing to read your review

  • Liked your review

  • Sonakshi

    Good to see children engage in books 👏

  • Nidhi Agarwal

    Outstanding performance, Vanshika!

  • Meghna Lahoti

    Great to see children reading and writing 👏👏

  • Vishal Singh

    Good one 👍

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