‘Harry Potter & the Dealthy Hallows’ by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows
By J.K. Rowling
#7 in the Harry Potter Series

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Date: 2007
Pages: 759
Fiction/Non-Fiction: Fiction
Genre:  Fantasy
Days to Read: 11
Purchase Locations: Amazon & Kindle Audible Book Depository Booktopia Dymocks QBD

Harry Potter is leaving Privet Drive for the last time. But as he climbs into the sidecar of Hagrid’s motorbike and they take to the skies, he knows Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters will not be far behind.

The protective charm that has kept him safe until now is broken. But the Dark Lord is breathing fear into everything he loves. And he knows he can’t keep hiding.

To stop Voldemort, Harry knows he must find the remaining Horcruxes and destroy them.

He will have to face his enemy in one final battle.

‘The Deathly Hallows’ is honestly one of the most heart wrenching read that I revisit year after year. It is the final book in the Harry Potter series and is one hell of a ride. We follow Harry as he head off to with Ron on the most important of adventures in the effort to end Lord Voldemort.

It is incredible in this story how everything ties up from within the series. With so many pervious books it is amazing how everything is built to these final moments and so many small things fall into place.

The Characters in this book are really facing so much more than they have faced yet – and that’s saying something. I absolutely love the development of these characters from children to older teens. They are now facing so absolutely crazy hardships as well as a war.

At this point the relationships between characters is incredible, we really see some more of the side characters that I love like Luna and Dean. I also really enjoyed the exploration of the other creatures within the wizarding world and how the war is affecting them and what side they are on.

Ultimately ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ is an amazing conclusion to a series that holds an important place in my heart.

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