J. K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4)
By jsolof on Jun 16, 2004
This is the fourth in the Harry Potter series, and focuses on a Tri-Wizard tournament between Hogwart's (Harry's school) and two sister wizarding academies. Each house provides a champion -- but the mysterious Goblet of Fire spits out a fourth name (Harry's, of course, rather like the way in which the current President was elected ;\*), and the big question is, is this a good thing? Where's Martha Stewart when you need her? (Oh yeah, heading for Azkaban!) I'm only half way through, so please don't tell me how it ends. I'm really ticked off at Newsweek, which revealed the name of the beloved-character-who-dies in Book 5 in their review of the movie version of Book 3. Now was that really necessary? Where's Mad Eye Moody when you need him? A Blast-Ended Skrewt to the Slytherin who leaked.