Harry Potter is a 14-year-old wizard who goes to the Hogwarts School of Wizardry with his friends Ronald Weasly and Hermione Granger.
When Harry arrives at school (he’s in the fourth year) finds out that Quidditch, his favourite sport, won’t be played that year because Hogwarts will host an event with another two schools of wizardry, the Triwizard Tournament, which is forbidden for under-17-year-old boys but, for a strange reason, Harry will have to participate in the Tournament.
The author of the book is, as you know, J. K. Rowling. The British writer has already published seven Harry Potter books, which have become best-sellers, making her the richest writer, according to the Forbes List in the United States (in 2004 she had already earned more than 1100 million dollars!).
It’s an easy-to-read book because, in my opinion, I think that the author writes in easy language because of the children, but I have to say that, in some parts of the book, I found it difficult to understand some words and phrases. This type of book is one which makes you get hooked on it, because you want to know what happens on the next page, so I’d recommend it to everybody, especially to people who love this kind of books and, obviously, to Harry Potter’s fans.