• Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4)
    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4)
    J.K. Rowling
    This is probably the funniest of the books. Not because awful things fail to happen and it's a laugh-fest, but because there are few things funnier than teenage intergender interactions. If you view these books as a record of Harry's emotional development, in Prisoner of Azkaban he dealt with the death of his parents, and with that worked out, he can now spend his spare time looking like a idiot in front of his crush, Cho.

    If you don't care that much about that aspect (i.e. you're a male and won't admit to caring about that aspect, except to laugh at it, because of course that *never* happened to you), there's lots of adventure and some really disturbingly evil happenings.
    a book added by effigies's avatar effigies on Mar 9, 2006 | 18 users.


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