Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Title: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

By: J.K. Rowling

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Magical, mysterious, social and emotional. The Harry Potter series is filled with those traits. In the last book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, you will be pumped with adrenaline. Anticipation creeping up your spine, chewing your nails, halfheartedly finishing what you’re doing, waiting for time to read…this book will not soon be forgotten.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a fantasy book about magic and mysteries. Harry Potter lives in London with his aunt, uncle, and cousin. They are not pleasant people to stay with. But every year Harry rides a hidden train to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, a distance away, and stays there until the school year ends. This year, peculiar things are happening in the wizarding world, and Harry can hardly wait to arrive at Hogwarts. But instead of enjoying a nice but tough school year like usual, Harry and his two best friends are out in a wild forest. Their headmaster, Dumbledore, has left them with a mission: Collecting horcruxes and destroying them. They hear rumors along the way about things that may not be real, and their lives are threatened.

Harry is brave and wants to do what is right. He has great friends, and they stick with him and defend him no matter what. The characters in this book are so adventurous and lionhearted, and it’s interesting and entertaining to join their adventure. 

I recommend this book to any fantasy or mystery lovers, from about grade 4-7. Since this is the last book in the series, should start from the beginning and read in order to understand everything if you haven’t already. Even if they were separate stories, I would still recommend that you read all of them. I really enjoyed this book, and suggest that you give it a try. These adventurous stories will entertain you for hours.

 

Alison K.

 

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