REVIEW: Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows


Title: Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows
Author: J.K. Rowling
Finished: August 25, 2010
Pages: 759
Published: 2000
Format: audiobook

The final book of the Harry Potter series spends every single page working towards the final conclusion, keeping the reader on the edge of their seat the entire time.

The action starts right off from page one with everyone coming to Harry’s rescue to help hide out from “he who should not be named”, looking for the best plan to defeat him and bring peace to the wizarding world.

Without giving too much detail, Harry, Ron & Hermione continue on their journey to destroy the souls left of Lord Voldemort, hoping to finish him off for good. Before they get too far, they hear about the deathly hallows – a set of magical objects that if owned by the same wizard can make him the most powerful.

Before long, they find themselves fighting for their lives, the lives of their friends and family, and the safety of everyone they’ve ever known.

I had so much fun reading this series, especially more towards the end. Listening to the last three books have been an adventure more than holding the book could have. I’m glad I finally finished and look forward to checking out the rest of the movies soon.

*challenges: monthly mixer mele, series iv challenge, 1010 category challenge, ya challenge, support your local library challenge, 100+ challenge, 30 books to movies, book blogger recommendation challenge, august 12×12

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Filed under adapted to film, author: jk rowling, Young Adult

One response to “REVIEW: Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows

  1. amis

    i’m crazy about this book

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