Potter and the Goblet of Fire Joanne K Rowling
The Quidditch World Cup gone, the Goblet of Fire opposes a handful of
courageous wizards. Something is wrong when Harry's name comes up when
he did not throw his name in the Goblet... But the most dangerous events
will take place between Harry and He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named as his near-perfect
plan unfolds. Harry's survival to a duel opposing him to the mischievous
wizard who killed his parents many years before only serves to reveal
more mysteries on Harry's past and on the fall of Voldemort.
meet other students, coming from other schools of magic (BeauxBatons)
but the TriWizard Championship is in fact a very mild start, as Harry's
real test will come when he faces Lord Voldemort, and shows his real courage.
Harry Potter and witchcraft
Some sources in the internet have started criticising the Harry Potter
books for promoting a positive image of witchcraft - thus promoting the
work of the devil.
A simple search on Google could lead you to the "Last Trumpet".
I got an essay in mp3 on this topic. It is in fact interesting to note
how the religious right in the US will exploit all possible items for
its own ideas.
It is true for instance that Harry Potter fights against the conservatism
of the Dursleys and that they are portrayed as stupid and narrow minded
persons. It is true that wizardry and witchcraft are presented as neutral,
rather benevolent lifestyles. But what is also interesting is that the
morale of the stories is deeply christian - although certainly not favourable
to all religious churches.