London: Bloomsbury, 2000. First edition. A lovely copy of the fourth book in the Harry Potter series. First issue with errors on pgs. 503, 579 and 594. A Near Fine copy of the book on account of slight cocking to the spine and a previous owner's name written on the front end paper. In a Fine dust jacket, correctly priced at 14.99 pounds. Signed by the author on the dedication page and with a "golden ticket" to the July 18th, 2000 signing event at Borders Books and Music in Brighton.
Taking place in Harry Potter's fourth year of magical education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Goblet of Fire represents a key shift in Harry's growth as a hero. Armed now with full knowledge about his family history, Harry is no longer in pursuit of his identity and sets out on his mission of defeating Voldemort with courage and purpose. An important and exciting volume in Rowling's beloved fantasy series. Near Fine in Fine dust jacket. (Item #1678)