“One of the greatest literary adventures of modern times.”
NO MAJOR SPOILERS
The fourth book in the series. By now you will be completely addicted. You started off with the first book, it was fun and you enjoyed it, but you could take it or leave it. Book two had you wanting more and by the end of book three you were doomed, you had to have more.
Long nights of cold sweats and fevered wakening hours waiting for the next book. J. K. Rowling had become your shady, back alley dealer providing you with all your wand waving, magical, spell casting needs. She knows what she’s doing that lady.
The fourth book feeds your addiction very nicely. Ms. Rowling is really into her stride in this book, and it only adds to the reading experience. She takes the time and space to intricately detail everything. A good example of this is the beginning of the book, with a good proportion of it being based at, and about, the Quidditch World Cup.