One morning, Harry Potter wakes up because his scar is hurting. He's just woken from a vivid dream about Lord Voldemort. In it, Lord Voldemort performs a deadly curse on a Muggle. But the dream can't be true, can it? Also, why is Harry's scar hurting? When Harry arrives at Hogwarts, he learns that the Triwizard Tournament will be held at Hogwarts. In the tournament, the three main European schools, Durmstrang, Beaxbaton, and Hogwarts each choose a champion to complete three challenging tasks. The contest hasn't been held for years due to its high danger level, but this time, Dumbledore assures the students that no one will get badly hurt. Only seventh-year students will be allowed to compete in the Triwizard Tournament, so Harry doesn't put his name into the Goblet of Fire, which will choose the champion from each school. But when the day comes to reveal the champions, the goblet chooses him and Cedric Diggory to represent Hogwarts in the Triwizard Tournament. Harry didn't put his name in, so someone older must have put it for him. But who? Will Harry be able to compete against students who are older than him? Or will he look like a fool in front of the others? I liked this book because it was really funny. I recommend it for people who enjoy reading fantasy novels.