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Wednesday, January 6, 2021

My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Bloomsbury 
Genre - Fantasy
Publishing year - 2007
Language - English
ISBN - 978-1-4088-5571-3
Pages - 620


My Views - 

The seventh and the last book in the Harry Potter series is Deathly Hallows, which was/is/will be an end of a beautiful fantasy era that leaves the readers with heartache and many into tears. I start reading Harry Potter last year in September. 

I read the six books in just one month but could not pick this one due to personal reasons. My heart knows how much it hurts me; I'm a massive fan of Harry Potter movies, but this is the first time I read the series, and the whole experience was magical. I relish all the moments; I compared it with the on-screen work, gained more details, and most importantly, relived my past; the time I spent with my sister watching all the movies repeatedly.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was a thick book, and one requires time to finish it. My favorite characters' death made this book harder to read; with time, I realized that the end is near, making me more anxious. If you read the book, you know what I mean. Now I think, why haven't I read the series sooner; I have no answer. But I guess it's better late than never. 




The story is slow-paced, where Harry, Ron, and Hermione's trio are set on a path to look for Horcruxes after Albus Dumbledore's death. Destroying the Horcruxes is the only way to defeat Voldemort. Their journey was filled with unexpected twists and riddles left by their beloved headmaster. At some points, especially in the King's Cross chapter, I felt that Dumbledore is super annoying; he pretends to be mysterious. Every Harry Potter reader questions why doesn't he tell Harry everything clearly is looming in my mind too, but if he does, then there will be no book, am I right?

JK Rowling sums up the story pretty well, but I feel that she should describe the other characters like Luna Lovegood, George, and Professor McGonagall, etc., in the last chapter. The Harry Potter series is a classic, and it's not just for kids; it's for everyone. The narration, characters, and storyline will leave a long-lasting impact on readers. If anyone asks me for a fantasy series recommendation, Harry Potter will always be in my answer. I can't recommend it enough, you know. 

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