Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

—5— 

Finally, the review I’m sure everyone’s been waiting for (just kidding, I’m not that deluted), the last in the J.K. Rowling’s series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.  Now I’m gonna try very hard not to have any spoilers in here, so it’s going to be pretty generic. Bear with me.

The book is FANTASTIC.  Finally we get the answers we were looking for.  Is Snape good or bad?  What really happened to Dumbledore?  Will Voldemort win?  Will Harry have to die? And most importantly, are Hermoine and Ron EVER going to hook up? 

Characters return from previous books, some leave forever.  There is happiness and quite a bit of sadness.  The Deathly Hallows is probably the darkest in the series, but also one of the most rewarding.  Although finishing it is bittersweet, because over the years the characters had become friends, and now there is no more to look forward too.  The only negative is I would have liked more out of the epilogue, I wanted it to be longer with more details about my favorite of Harry’s friends!

Overall, a glowing review.

5/5

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