Book Review#7: Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows by J.K.Rowling


It’s no longer safe for Harry at Hogwarts, so he and his best friends, Ron and Hermione, are on the run. Professor Dumbledore has given them clues about what they need to do to defeat the dark wizard, Lord Voldemort, once and for all, but it’s up to them to figure out what these hints and suggestions really mean. Their cross–country odyssey has them searching desperately for the answers, while evading capture or death at every turn. At the same time, their friendship, fortitude, and sense of right and wrong are tested in ways they never could have imagined. The ultimate battle between good and evil that closes out this final chapter of the epic series takes place where Harry’s Wizarding life began: at Hogwarts. This books encloses many deaths of our loved ones, shows how family can stood by your side at your worst time. If a girl gives her heart to you ,then she can wait her entire life for your return, friendship is the what Rowling promotes at her best. Among all these Rowling ecstatically define the wedding of Fleur and bill, and you can’t neglect the birth-news of Teddy Lupin

The long-awaited finale to the biggest publishing phenomenon in history crashes to a thunderous ending, it’s enthralling, exciting, suspenseful, surprising, clever, and moving from beginning to end. But there’s one thing it isn’t — fun. Fighting pure evil involves hardship, sacrifice, and death. The best word to describe this final book is grim.

The death of Dobby and Fred were the most tragic one that I can never forget in my entire life. Fred portraits that one can die with a smile on his face. Lupin-Tonks death is a perfect picture of love … If you haven’t read this series yet then go give it a try I’m sure you’ll love it.

Rating: 10/10

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