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"Goblet of Fire" Book Club Opens Today on the Leaky Lounge

Posted by: Edward
January 20, 2008, 11:59 PM

Our forum, the Leaky Lounge, has today begun their latest Book Club reading. Discussing the fourth book, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” our Book Club creates a place where everyone can join in and take an in-depth look at this story as well as join others for an open dialogue about the novel. The Book Club also provides a great gathering place to experience the magic of reading the fourth book again, as well as a place for all to have a little fun. Activities such as games, quizzes, and puzzles are side-by-side with old-fashioned book discussion during our one month long reading. Special fun will be had next week as we celebrate the Lounge’s third birthday, so those interested should not delay in checking out our “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” Book Club.

On a related note, our smaller, more private Lily and Stag Reading Groups, currently taking on “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” have a few openings in their groups for additional readers. Sort here if you’d like to reserve a place in one of these groups.


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