>I have a question that I am hoping someone out there can answer for me. I have read through the Harry Potter series numerous times and I always seem to catch new things each time, which I love. But, this time I am a little confused.
In the last book, Harry’s invisibility cloak is described as being impenetrable (I don’t have the book in front of me so don’t quote me on that). It is supposed to be this amazing cloak that even magic can’t see through. Is that right?
If so, then why can so-called Moody see through it in The Goblet of Fire?
I am re-reading the 4th book right now and it has been driving me crazy! Any insights from my fellow Harry Potter obsessed friends?