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  • It's interesting because the relationship between Ron and Harry becomes fractious, as Ron has trouble with the attention Harry gets, and Ron and Hermione have difficulties too, as Hermione begins to date a boy from another school

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      This book from the well-known series by JK Rowling was a good read, and enjoyable for any age. It begins and ends, of course, with the school year at Hogwart’s.

      This year is supposed to be especially exciting due to the triwizard tournament,


      which, despite being too young, Harry Potter is somehow entered into.

      It’s interesting because the relationship between Ron and Harry becomes fractious, as Ron has trouble with the attention Harry gets, and Ron and Hermione have difficulties too, as Hermione begins to date ...


      • a boy from another school.

        I am, frankly, getting tired of the trouble between Snapes and Harry Potter.

        You’d think Snapes would, being an adult wizard, just get over the whole Harry Potter thing.

        It’s not like he has to be nice to

        Harry or anything.

        And considering that every time Harry has suspected Snapes, Snapes turned out to not be the bad guy (although not the good guy, either), you’d tink Harry’d just learn to ask a teacher or something for help or tell them when he suspects Snapes.




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