In this 7-part comic book series, Joan Rowling details the power of magic and how Harry Potter is fortunate enough to be present at one of the most exciting events in the world - the Quidditch World Cup. Rowling has also prioritized charisma and not knowledge in this volume.
In the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the story unfolds so fast that with the game and all the events, the audience panic. It turns out that there is a stir in the Ministry of Magic. With his friends, Ron and Hermione, Harry returns to school, where he learns that after a hundred years of intermittent Triathlon, the competition between witchcraft schools and the ongoing competition. Harry, like the other students, is going to watch the three rounds of the fight, but the events are unexpected. Hard times are still ahead for Harry.
According to Zangak Director Emin Mkrtchyan, Joan Rowling's previous three volumes have been so beloved by readers that they have had several editions. "Every year we publish one volume, we will continue that tradition for the next three years, and in 2022 we will have a full Harry Potter novel with 7 books."
PS: Harry Potter's books have been translated into more than 70 languages around the world. Joan Rowling, who created this world of magic, has released several other hippo masterpieces over the years: "The Quidditch Game Over the Years", "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" and the play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child."