50. “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” JK Rowling

I hadn’t read this one for a while, as it’s one of two from the series that I don’t own and I had a job getting it from the library (it involved three trips and a discussion with the YA librarian, who sent me to the children’s room. I finally got it from my grad school library. Chew on that). Anyway, this one has a lot of exposition a la the second chapter of every Baby-Sitters’ Club book, but was still pretty good.

Page count: 734
Page total: 14,126

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