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Goblet of fire was incredible. its the book i have reread the most. ive read goblet of fire 5 times and it got me through some really really hard times back in the day. i remember leaving football practice early just to read it, or reading it during pre-calc, i remember the anticipation of every page, i remember how many times i stared at the cover over and over, i remember holding my breath when harry jumped into the lake. simply phenomenal. i remember how mad i was when i saw the movie cut out the best parts of the third task. how could they cut out the sphinx??? that was my favorite scene!
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Yeah...I'm definitely glad I'm reading the books first.
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Originally posted by FinalExam FinalExam wrote:

I had gotten used to the formula of Voldermort almost comes back, Harry thwarts it, that sort of thing. When he actually rose again, and the death of Cedric(which I thought Rowling made very emotionally moving despite his not being a very important character in the grander shceme of things), it just threw everything I knew up 'til that point out the window, in the very best way. I knew there were no rules anymore, and this wasn't a typical children's series.
I couldn't agree more FINAL
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