Jordan Lee should have been the narrator of the Queditch World Cup… but that is just me doing a tantrum…
I loved that this book was very long, it gave to me the sensation that nothing will end and that the horrible moment of his return will never come… but it did and now I know that business is going down!
I believe that “Hermio ni ni’s” importance was taken away on the movies. I knew that she was the reason why Potter was able to survive so long, but then I started reading the books… and she indeed was the reason why Harry did not die so long ago (besides other things). Now, I must confess that Harry seemed to be a useless kid, but then on the books my perspective changed completely. He might not be as good and such a prodigy as “Hermi ni ni”, but he is not a coward, and he proves that he can give a fight.
I will divide the book in 3 parts: The world Cup, the Triwizard Tournament, and the return of the Dark Lord. I think the world cup was needed. We always see how poor Potter is attacked, mistreated, bullied, and overwhelmed with fame and his past. The cup part is just a way to give him a normal life, a relief of all this horrible things that happened and will happen… I mean he tried, at the end the death eaters ended up ruining everything, but he had it good for a few hours.
I see why the director of the movie removed Ludovic Bagman. I honestly see him as a flat and one dimensional character that does not add anything to the whole story. The most I will say he does is divert the attention and add suspicious to the whole problem of the tournament. “Sonorus”… I just love that! and something on the movie that I also loved was the comic relief of the cannon always going off before Dumbledore says so… I know this is not part of the story, but I see this harmless and extremely funny. This whole tournament proved how good “Hermio ni ni” is regarding charms and spells… the training that she gives to Harry is just what he needed and will need for the rest of the books.
The return… well there is no much to tell about that… the story of how Voldemort killed his father and the whole monologue give us some light on the doings of this character. Something that the movie does not include or at least that I do not see as it was narrated on the book is how Voldermort is scared of the connection of the wands and the apparitions… Priori Incantatem… the singing of the phoenix and… I mean he was petrified! that was priceless…
I will move on to another book, I am telling you… I am so happy that I had finally made the decision of reading these. I see why everybody is in love… since I am already falling. I have heard that the 4th book is the best one, or that a lot of people have it as their favorite, so I will let you know if that is true… I am currently reading an indie book as the author asked me to do so, so I will let you know about that.
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