Where have I been?
Well, I was taking a much needed break in the spirit of celebrating both mine and my husband’s birthday.
But now I’m back, finally, with the review for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
Let’s get started-
Genre: YA Fantasy
Swearing: (unfortunately, the older Harry Potter gets the more cursing is used) 7 d***, 3 h***, and 2 uses of God in vain.
Negative content: Children in danger. Murder. Attempted murder. Lying. Sneaking around. Basically- the usual. Also, brief and suggested nudity as Harry Potter takes a bath and yells for Moaning Myrtle (a ghost) not to look at him.
Sexual content: We are starting to now get in the faze of crushes, but there’s no romantic substance to them. (So, pretty much, nothing.)
Rating: 📚📚📚📚📚📚📚of 8 (Eight points=Creative story idea, dynamic for it’s genre, easy to read, enjoyable, strong lead characters, good villain, believable and shipable romance, overall execution)
*Again, no romantic plot. Unless you count Ron’s obsession with Krum.
Overall- an intriguing, lengthy real. I’m assuming they just keep getting better from here.