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The fourth book in the beloved Harry Potter series, now illustrated in glorious full color by award-winning artist Jim Kay. With over 150 illustrations!

Harry Potter wants to get away from the pernicious Dursleys and go to the International Quidditch Cup with Hermione, Ron, and the Weasleys. He wants to dream about Cho Chang, his crush (and maybe do more than dream). He wants to find out about the mysterious event involving two other rival schools of magic, and a competition that hasn''t happened for a hundred years. He wants to be a normal, fourteen-year-old wizard. Unfortunately for Harry Potter, he''s not normal - even by wizarding standards. And in this case, different can be deadly.With over 150 dazzling illustrations from Jim Kay, this new fully illustrated edition of the complete and unabridged text of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is sure to delight fans and first-time readers alike.

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Praise for Jim Kay''s illustrations:"I love seeing Jim Kay''s interpretation of Harry Potter''s world, and I feel honored and grateful that he continues to lend his talent to it." -- J.K. Rowling

"It''s all that an old-fashioned book aficionado could wish for . . . Is this, one wonders, the sort of book found at Diagon Alley''s Flourish and Blotts or in the Hogwarts library? Kay''s illustrations, freshly re-envisioning the story, range from spot images to dramatic double page spreads, all pulsating with color and vitality. This gorgeous volume is sure to please all, from Harry Potter neophytes to longtime fans." -- New York Times Book Review



Praise for Jim Kay''s illustrations:"I love seeing Jim Kay''s interpretation of Harry Potter''s world, and I feel honored and grateful that he continues to lend his talent to it." -- J.K. Rowling

"It''s all that an old-fashioned book aficionado could wish for . . . Is this, one wonders, the sort of book found at Diagon Alley''s Flourish and Blotts or in the Hogwarts library? Kay''s illustrations, freshly re-envisioning the story, range from spot images to dramatic double page spreads, all pulsating with color and vitality. This gorgeous volume is sure to please all, from Harry Potter neophytes to longtime fans." -- New York Times Book Review

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Jim Kay won the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2012 for his illustrations in A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. Jim studied illustration at the University of Westminster and since graduating has worked in the archives of Tate Britain and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. Jim has produced concept work for television and contributed to a group exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He now lives and works in Northamptonshire, England, with his wife.

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Laura Rash
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
illustrations complement text but can''t be expected to turn HP into a picture book
Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2019
I am thrilled with this book. It is true, as others have said, that there is less "theme-ing" than previous books--fewer smaller illustrations throughout the chapters. This doesn''t bother me for two reasons. One, the illustrations that are here are SO lovely, and we get... See more
I am thrilled with this book. It is true, as others have said, that there is less "theme-ing" than previous books--fewer smaller illustrations throughout the chapters. This doesn''t bother me for two reasons. One, the illustrations that are here are SO lovely, and we get lots of full-page illustrations, including one of the Yule Ball (with Hermione in the proper blue robes! Magnificent!) and Ginny, which so many fans wished had appeared in the second book. Two, in my opinion it is less likely that very young fans will be reading the fourth book than the first, second, or third. The brilliance of the early Harry Potter illustrated editions is that they might draw more young fans to the books, but by the time they get to the fourth book (or their parents allow them to read it--lots of parents don''t let their kids continue past the third until they are older), they understand that the books are longer and the ratio of text to illustrations is going to be different.

These illustrations are intended to complement the text, not turn Harry Potter into a picture book, and they do this amazingly well. The level of detail they provide is fantastic.

It hurts my heart to think that Jim Kay might hear less than wonderful feedback about his work here. I am glad he took the extra year to give us this fourth illustrated edition. Honestly, to fully illustrate the longest Harry Potter books, an artist would probably need five to six years or they would need a team of artists, not one.

EDIT: A number of people have taken issue with this review, so I did some counting. If you are curious about how this book compares to the Prisoner of Azkaban illustrated edition, here are some numbers and thoughts. I chose PoA because although it is 120 pages shorter than GoF, it is the closest comparison available. Also, many fans (myself included) found PoA disappointing, and it may be useful to compare critiques of PoA to those being made about GoF.
Prisoner of Azkaban:
- 200 pages that are “themed only.” This includes any page with a colored background covered by text. The majority of these themed backgrounds are used more than once, often repeated throughout a chapter, and many seem to be dots of watercolor on a light background.
- 52 small illustrations; 22 fill half a page, 30 less than half a page.
- 52 pages with full-page illustrations behind/around text. These illustrations were distinct enough that they clearly, in my view, transcended the “themed only” category.
- 33 full-page illustrations; nothing is on the page except the illustration. With a book length of 328 pages, that’s an average of one full-page illustration for every 10 pages.
- Overall illustration count (sum of last three categories): 137, or 41.8% of the book

So how does Goblet of Fire compare?
- 55 pages that are "themed only"; may be black or have a basic design/border (all GoF chapter openers fell into this category). There are not many watercolor-dot pages.
- 41 small illustrations, defined as a half page or smaller; I counted these before PoA and had not yet adopted a half-page category. My fingers are pretty tired from flipping through 700 pages, though, so this is the only number I can offer for now.
- 56 pages with full-page illustrations behind/around text.
- 42 full-page illustrations. While some chapters have many, and others none at all, for a 454-page book that’s an average of one full-page illustration for every 11 pages.
- Overall illustration count (sum of last three categories): 139, or 30.6% of the book

My take:
The lack of “themed-only” backgrounds in GoF represents a significant shift from PoA. After flipping through them side-by-side, I can see how you might say, “GoF is so empty!” I can also hear the complaints: "GoF has only two more illustrations than PoA! What did Jim Kay need an extra year for?"

While PoA has many gorgeous illustrations, some are noticeably basic or repetitive. Several pages feature extreme close-ups of black dog fur; a ripped piece of canvas and a length of rope serve as chapter headings; two spreads in “The Firebolt” feature the same snow-covered scrub; Scabbers appears SO many times (to be fair, you could make this same argument about “Potter Stinks” badges in GoF).

The majority of GoF’s illustrations are extremely detailed. It’s almost like the lens zooms way out in the two-page spread of the Durmstrang ship in front of Hogwarts, and pictures like the close-up of Ron in his outrageously orange room and Molly Weasley in her kitchen deliver the promised Easter Eggs. We see the faces of so many minor characters: Frank Bryce, Arthur Weasley, Bagman and Crouch, the Malfoys, Ollivander, Madam Maxime, a Slytherin running from a Skrewt, kitchen house elves, Moody. The scenes depicting Voldemort’s rebirth and Priori Incantatem are breathtaking.

Again, the quality of GoF’s illustrations is what enables me to say both “there’s less theme-ing” and “I’m not bothered by it.” While pages that are “themed only” add to the book’s mood and I can see why you’d miss them, I prefer more full-color, large, meticulously executed illustrations. I’m glad Jim Kay spent less time dabbing watercolors on beige backgrounds and instead focused on delivering detailed faces, creatures, and settings.
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A. Leigh Lozinak
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Full chapters without a single illustration
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2019
I am sooo disappointed. I absolutely love the illustrations when the pages actually have illustrations. There are numerous chapters with only 1-2 small illustrations, throughout the entire chapter. There is at least three... See more
I am sooo disappointed. I absolutely love the illustrations when the pages actually have illustrations. There are numerous chapters with only 1-2 small illustrations, throughout the entire chapter. There is at least three chapters (The Egg and the Eye, The Parting of the ways, Mayhem at the Ministry) where there isn’t a single illustration other than the boarder on the chapter title page. The pages aren’t even embellished (see photo).
Some examples per chapter-
The Yule ball: 1 illustration
The Third Task: 2 illustrations, 1 embellished page
Rita Skeeter’s Scoop : 1 illustration
The unexpected Task: 1 full 1 small illustration
The Four Champions: 1 medium illustration
The Goblet of Fire: 1 full 2 small portrait illustrations
The Unforgivable Curses: 1 small illustration 2 embellished pages
The Triwizard Tournament: 1 small illustration
The Pensieve: 1 small illustration 1 embellished page.
Veritaserum: 1 illustration
The Madness of Mr. Crouch
Padfoot returns: 1 very small illustration 1 duplicate illustration (from earlier in the book)
Those are for an entire chapter!
At one point there are •20• blank pages in a row!
Also a lot of the end of chapters are just entirely wasted space. So it isn’t because they didn’t have the room. There first 1/5 of this book is a bit more consistent with the first couple of books but the illustrations become very few and way too far between.
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crafty
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Die hard fan but a tad disappointed
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2019
I preorder these every year and the pictures are amazing and beautiful. However there was so much going on in this book and only a third or less was illustrated that is very frustrating. Most of the tournament wasnt drawn and there was so much that i was hoping to see. It... See more
I preorder these every year and the pictures are amazing and beautiful. However there was so much going on in this book and only a third or less was illustrated that is very frustrating. Most of the tournament wasnt drawn and there was so much that i was hoping to see. It worries me that the next book wont have even this much done
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Anonymous
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A Bit Of A Let-Down
Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2019
3.5 stars, really . . . Jim Kay''s illustrations are gorgeous, but I must admit that this book was something of a let-down, especially when Mr. Kay took an additional year to work on the art. I had assumed the extra time was to furnish the book with additional illustrations,... See more
3.5 stars, really . . . Jim Kay''s illustrations are gorgeous, but I must admit that this book was something of a let-down, especially when Mr. Kay took an additional year to work on the art. I had assumed the extra time was to furnish the book with additional illustrations, much as the last three had barely a blank page, and the nooks and crannies were filled with everything from watercolor splotches on the page to tiny art in the corners to full-page spreads. Unfortunately what we have here, in addition to much gorgeous work, is essentially half a blank book. If we didn''t have the precedent of the prior three volumes to set such expectations, I wouldn''t care in the slightest . . . as it is, however, I found myself disappointed as a I re-read the book to discover the art (I''ve made it a point to do this, rather than "peek" at the illustrations.) The funny thing is, even though this book is about twice as long as the first three, Mr. Kay had volumetrically *more* illustrations per book than here, which leaves me wondering why the second year was needed.

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All this said, I found myself somewhat chagrined when there were at least five different pages with nothing but buttons / pins on them--the "Cedric Diggory" and "Potter Stinks" and "S.P.E.W." ones. We get several images of the Blast-Ended Skrewts, which . . . I don''t know. I would have been happy with one and then having Mr. Kay''s talent go into a different subject (same with the pins). This situation is repeated as well with drawings of house-elves. While it was nice to see Ginny here, she looks far older than 13 in her portrait (although the portrait itself is gorgeous) . . . compare her to how Hermione (age 14) is drawn, and Ginny looks 16 or 17.

Layout-wise, I feel like the publishers dropped the ball a bit. Several of Mr. Kay''s illustrations here are standalone portraits or little vignettes (i.e. house-elves polishing armor, dusting a mantle . . . ), and they''re almost haphazardly scattered throughout the book. (For example, near the end we get a random "rough" portrait of Hermione, and two illustrations of Rita Skeeter as a beetle . . . and that''s it. That''s how the book closes out, of all things: the image of Rita in a jar.) The other books were laid out with such care, such painstaking detail, that it almost feels like the production team / designers threw in the towel partway on this one.

This having all been said, Mr. Kay''s depiction of Voldemort rising from the cauldron was chilling, and I really appreciated that we don''t get a full-scale color portrait of Mad-Eye until the end of the book (for plot reasons, of course--and this was rather cleverly done). I also appreciated his take on Viktor Krum (true to the book, and a bit of a shock if you pictured him as a muscley, handsome jock from the film).

So . . . I don''t know. The first three books were a little "top heavy" with illustrations, in that near the end of the books they became fewer and further between. This book feels like that, to an extent, but there are also the great many blank pages to contend with . . .

Frankly, I would rather wait 2-3 years between books if it means that Mr. Kay could produce enough illustrations for the subsequent books to be as rich as the first three were. As it is, and as excellent as his art is over all, I have to wonder if he''s just getting burnt out at this point.

[EDIT]: I now see that this book is fluctuating in price from $30 to $50. My personal opinion is that this book is not in any way worth $50.

I would also like to address one reviewer''s comments about how we shouldn''t expect the illustrated editions to be picture books: the first two, generally speaking, were. "Azkaban" began to show signs of what this book would be, with fewer illustrations and generally being more "top-heavy", while the illustrations tapered off at the end. The reason I think many of us are frustrated is simply because the first two (or three) books set us up with expectations that all of the books would be a thoroughly, lushly illustrated, with the same care and attention to detail. As I mentioned before, I would happily wait two, three, four years between these longer books if it meant Mr. Kay and the publisher''s graphic designers would take their time giving each one the same amount of love.

[Edit 2] At the risk of sounding off, I randomly looked up Mr. Kay''s Instagram, having heard that he''ll occasionally post glimpses of his works-in-progress. What I found was interesting, in that he noted being excited to work on the book but also mentioning (in public, which is the only reason I say it here) that he''s been struggling with mental health issues for the last couple of years or so. To that end, I really hope the publisher (while obviously concerned with keeping the books "on schedule") gives him all the time he needs to deliver larger amounts of illustrations, at his own pace, so the books can be worth the price the publishers will no doubt ask.

Which then has me reconsidering if the editorial / design team flaked out--or if the issue was simply with volume, and what illustrations Mr. Kay could provide at the time for this book. (Perhaps this explains the increase in "sketchy" or small-scale illustrations scattered throughout as well?) I''m more inclined to think, after reading Mr. Kay''s comments on Instagram, that it''s the latter--which isn''t a negative judgement on him. To that end, I think the publisher would do well to make sure that their illustrator is alright, and relieve some of the pressure by letting him have an extra couple of years if he needs it, rather than trying to hurry the next book (incidentally, the longest in the series) along. From a financial standpoint, yes, I completely understand wanting to move things along as quickly as possible--but if it''s going to result in situations like this, where the quality of the books is arguably deteriorating--is that really worth it?

And / or: What if Mr. Kay were to collaborate with someone? Maybe that''d help take some of the pressure off as well.

In any case, Mr. Kay''s illustrations are lovely; I just hope that he''s able to take care of himself, continues to find joy in his work, and that "Phoenix" through "Hallows" will be more complete. :)
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JB
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not thoroughly illustrated as others in the series
Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2019
Not thoroughly illustrated as others in the series, which I find quite disappointing. Many pages in a row with no illustrations at all; no background image, no color change, just cream paper. The illustrations that are in the book are beautiful, but I counted 97 examples... See more
Not thoroughly illustrated as others in the series, which I find quite disappointing. Many pages in a row with no illustrations at all; no background image, no color change, just cream paper. The illustrations that are in the book are beautiful, but I counted 97 examples of zero illustrations on facing pages. Many more facing pages have just a small illustration. I already own the text version of these books. Purchased for the illustrations and feel like I was cheated...
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ItsMe
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Beautifully illustrated but with less theming than the previous illustrated books!
Reviewed in the United States on October 9, 2019
I was looking forward to this iteration which took an additional year to illustrate likely due to Jim Kay needing more time with the extra length and the illustrations present do not disappoint! The book as most of us know is an absolutely incredible story and there are... See more
I was looking forward to this iteration which took an additional year to illustrate likely due to Jim Kay needing more time with the extra length and the illustrations present do not disappoint! The book as most of us know is an absolutely incredible story and there are some absolutely beautifully detailed illustrations. I have to admit that one of my big concerns as the books increase greatly in length was how many illustrations will be present and whether they will choose to illustrate some of the darker events that occur later in the books. I figured with the extra year though to do this book they would have more time to get more vivid illustrations completed of some of those darker moments. Unfortunately I have to say while the illustrations included in the book are very well done it would have been nice to see a lot more present. I always appreciate the small pictures around, within or in the background at the start of most chapter pages which are normally present but this book opts mainly for small colorful borders to start various chapters pages which is very underwhelming.
One other feature that I found was really missed is the changes throughout the chapters in background color or illustrations. It really did add something nice to chapters and went with the feel of each chapter. A few good examples of what I mean would be moments like chapter twenty in book 3 (the dementors kiss) with the dark woods at night background perfectly conveying the mood of the chapter or chapter fifteen (Aragog) in book 2 where the background of every page has spider webs or small spiders representing Aragogs children or book 3 chapter sixteen (Professor Trelawneys prediction) where multiple backgrounds reflect what’s happening in the story from Hogwarts to the trees from the Forrest all beautifully present behind the words of the story. Those little details were massively important in the previous illustrated editions and are not present here as a common background has been chosen for all non-illustrated pages for some reason. It even largely lacks background color changes that were present in all of the other illustrated editions. I do hope they get back to more Illustrations in the last three books and more background theming throughout the chapters. The Order of the Phoenix is the longest book in the series so I am guessing the next book unfortunately will not be out until 2021 although I believe Jim Kay said he had started Book 5 illustrations in May so we will see. I am sure it will be excellent and hopefully we get even more theming and illustrations because they will be more noticeably missed with the longer books.

Note: in the images below you see the examples from previous books I mentioned earlier in my review with the final image being the background throughout the Goblet of Fire on non illustrated pages which has a sandstone sort of look to it
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Beautiful! So happy!
Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2019
These illustrated editions always surpass my expectations. Jim Kay''s art work is magnificent. I find myself trying to read quickly so I can turn the page to see the next picture. I have read the original Harry Potter''s and watched all the movies several times, so I have an... See more
These illustrated editions always surpass my expectations. Jim Kay''s art work is magnificent. I find myself trying to read quickly so I can turn the page to see the next picture. I have read the original Harry Potter''s and watched all the movies several times, so I have an image in my head of what things should look like. These drawings are unique and detailed and intricate, yet still somehow seem to mesh quite well with the images in my head. He obviously did a lot of research and paid close attention to the details given in the books. Would absolutely recommend.

The only different thing that caught my attention (although it is definitely not a negative thing) is that this version of the book seems to be the British version, not the American version. For instance, ''pyjamas'' instead of ''pajamas'' and ''aeroplane'' instead of ''airplane''. Maybe all the illustrated editions are the British versions and I just didn''t notice in the others. I actually quite enjoy it...it makes it all seem more authentic. But just thought I''d mention it. Very pleased with this purchase. Already can''t wait until The Order of the Phoenix.
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Dawn M. Jenkins
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Nice, but lacking in illustrations.
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2019
It is a beautiful book and quite large, but the lack of illustrations is disappointing. There is plenty of room, so not sure why. The 1st three had tons of illustrations and it is not like they rushed this out, it has been a bit. I would love to have someone answer this... See more
It is a beautiful book and quite large, but the lack of illustrations is disappointing. There is plenty of room, so not sure why. The 1st three had tons of illustrations and it is not like they rushed this out, it has been a bit. I would love to have someone answer this question: "why did the illustrations get the short end of the stick", it is suppose to be an illustrated book, not a wordy book with a few illustrations scattered throughout.
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2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Todas as pontas amassadas.
Reviewed in Brazil on February 17, 2020
Muito decepcionante quando compramos um livro super caro por sua beleza e ele vem com as pontas da capa todas amassadas, ao ponto de todas as pontas de TODAS as páginas estarem amassadas também. Se um livro é pesado, trabalhem melhor em proteger o livro durante o...See more
Muito decepcionante quando compramos um livro super caro por sua beleza e ele vem com as pontas da capa todas amassadas, ao ponto de todas as pontas de TODAS as páginas estarem amassadas também. Se um livro é pesado, trabalhem melhor em proteger o livro durante o transporte. Isso não é a primeira vez que acontece e é MUITO IRRITANTE.
Muito decepcionante quando compramos um livro super caro por sua beleza e ele vem com as pontas da capa todas amassadas, ao ponto de todas as pontas de TODAS as páginas estarem amassadas também. Se um livro é pesado, trabalhem melhor em proteger o livro durante o transporte. Isso não é a primeira vez que acontece e é MUITO IRRITANTE.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excelente compra
Reviewed in Mexico on February 7, 2021
Lo compré para completar la colección ilustrada de Harry Potter, y no puedo estar más contento. Es muy hermoso y amplio. Dicen que tiene menos ilustraciones, pero eso no es cierto, sólo se sienten como menos por ser más largo que los otros. Pero si eres fan de Harry Potter,...See more
Lo compré para completar la colección ilustrada de Harry Potter, y no puedo estar más contento. Es muy hermoso y amplio. Dicen que tiene menos ilustraciones, pero eso no es cierto, sólo se sienten como menos por ser más largo que los otros. Pero si eres fan de Harry Potter, este libro no puede faltar en tu colección
Lo compré para completar la colección ilustrada de Harry Potter, y no puedo estar más contento. Es muy hermoso y amplio.
Dicen que tiene menos ilustraciones, pero eso no es cierto, sólo se sienten como menos por ser más largo que los otros.
Pero si eres fan de Harry Potter, este libro no puede faltar en tu colección
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Santiago Colorado
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Excelente precio!
Reviewed in Mexico on September 13, 2020
Voy iniciando mi coleccion de libros de Harry Potter y decidí comprar esta edición por el precio, ya que los primeros 3 están casi al doble. Leí comentarios con respecto a que este libro tiene menos ilustraciones, sin embargo las que tiene son excelentes. El libro es de...See more
Voy iniciando mi coleccion de libros de Harry Potter y decidí comprar esta edición por el precio, ya que los primeros 3 están casi al doble. Leí comentarios con respecto a que este libro tiene menos ilustraciones, sin embargo las que tiene son excelentes. El libro es de tamaño considerable y contiene el texto completo. Llegó sin ningún rasguño.
Voy iniciando mi coleccion de libros de Harry Potter y decidí comprar esta edición por el precio, ya que los primeros 3 están casi al doble. Leí comentarios con respecto a que este libro tiene menos ilustraciones, sin embargo las que tiene son excelentes. El libro es de tamaño considerable y contiene el texto completo. Llegó sin ningún rasguño.
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Larissa Gaigher
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Impecável
Reviewed in Brazil on June 9, 2020
Que a história é maravilhosa nem preciso dizer, é meu segundo livro favorito da série, mas a edição é simplesmente maravilhosa! Um capricho enorme, as ilustrações muito lindas, é de encher os olhos de qualquer colecionador.
Que a história é maravilhosa nem preciso dizer, é meu segundo livro favorito da série, mas a edição é simplesmente maravilhosa! Um capricho enorme, as ilustrações muito lindas, é de encher os olhos de qualquer colecionador.
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Reviewed in Spain on November 4, 2019
Despite bad comments I brought it, fearful it wouldn''t be as pretty as it is. As soon as I opened I knew every bad comment has to be a joke, it is by far the most beautiful of the Harry Potter series by Jim Kay. Something I was hoping since is the most colorful book with...See more
Despite bad comments I brought it, fearful it wouldn''t be as pretty as it is. As soon as I opened I knew every bad comment has to be a joke, it is by far the most beautiful of the Harry Potter series by Jim Kay. Something I was hoping since is the most colorful book with the quiddich world series, the dragons, the mermaids, and so on. I looked at it all upon arrival and couldn''t tear my eyes from it for all evening.
Despite bad comments I brought it, fearful it wouldn''t be as pretty as it is. As soon as I opened I knew every bad comment has to be a joke, it is by far the most beautiful of the Harry Potter series by Jim Kay. Something I was hoping since is the most colorful book with the quiddich world series, the dragons, the mermaids, and so on. I looked at it all upon arrival and couldn''t tear my eyes from it for all evening.
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The fourth book in the beloved Harry Potter series, now illustrated in glorious full color by award-winning artist Jim Kay. With over 150 illustrations!

Harry Potter wants to get away from the pernicious Dursleys and go to the International Quidditch Cup with Hermione, Ron, and the Weasleys. He wants to dream about Cho Chang, his crush (and maybe do more than dream). He wants to find out about the mysterious event involving two other rival schools of magic, and a competition that hasn''t happened for a hundred years. He wants to be a normal, fourteen-year-old wizard. Unfortunately for Harry Potter, he''s not normal - even by wizarding standards. And in this case, different can be deadly.With over 150 dazzling illustrations from Jim Kay, this new fully illustrated edition of the complete and unabridged text of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is sure to delight fans and first-time readers alike.

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Praise for Jim Kay''s illustrations:"I love seeing Jim Kay''s interpretation of Harry Potter''s world, and I feel honored and grateful that he continues to lend his talent to it." -- J.K. Rowling

"It''s all that an old-fashioned book aficionado could wish for . . . Is this, one wonders, the sort of book found at Diagon Alley''s Flourish and Blotts or in the Hogwarts library? Kay''s illustrations, freshly re-envisioning the story, range from spot images to dramatic double page spreads, all pulsating with color and vitality. This gorgeous volume is sure to please all, from Harry Potter neophytes to longtime fans." -- New York Times Book Review



Praise for Jim Kay''s illustrations:"I love seeing Jim Kay''s interpretation of Harry Potter''s world, and I feel honored and grateful that he continues to lend his talent to it." -- J.K. Rowling

"It''s all that an old-fashioned book aficionado could wish for . . . Is this, one wonders, the sort of book found at Diagon Alley''s Flourish and Blotts or in the Hogwarts library? Kay''s illustrations, freshly re-envisioning the story, range from spot images to dramatic double page spreads, all pulsating with color and vitality. This gorgeous volume is sure to please all, from Harry Potter neophytes to longtime fans." -- New York Times Book Review

About the Author

Jim Kay won the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2012 for his illustrations in A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. Jim studied illustration at the University of Westminster and since graduating has worked in the archives of Tate Britain and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. Jim has produced concept work for television and contributed to a group exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He now lives and works in Northamptonshire, England, with his wife.

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