Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter, #7) by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter, #7)  by J.K. Rowling

The final installment of Harry Potter. It is by far one of the best of the series. Everything comes together so nicely. At first I was not so keen on it, upset by Harry, Ron and Hermione not returning to Hogwarts, but as things fell into place, that did not bug me as much. A few chapters in I was not able to put it down, I withdrew from everybody and refused to do anything but read. But at the same time, if I continued to read, then it would be over, that is a very bad situation for every reader, but the desire to read outweighed the not wanting it to end, so I plowed through it and finished it. Once it was done, I was very crestfallen that it was over. Of course I could always read it again, but every time you read it, it will be different. Some things that became more noticeable throughout the book was how they seemed to drink a lot and there was more cussing then I remembered. The ending was great and I found myself really sad and laughing all at the same time. There where a few touching scenes and I definitely wish that the epilogue was longer. I recommend this to any Harry Potter fan, if you are avoiding it so that it does not end, it is not worth it, you should definitely finish it. It is a very satisfying ending that will leave you wanting more Harry Potter books in general.


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