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Today marked the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows the 7th and final book in the series by JK Rowling. Today was a day that I both longed for and dreaded. I longed for this day because ever since I read the last word of Half-Blood Prince (HP 6) I have wondered what was next for the boy who lived and his friends. I have dreaded this day because it also marks the end of an era. The final chapter of a story over ten years in the making. I came under the influence of Harry a little late, starting to read the series shortly after the publication of Goblet of Hire (HP 4) but the moment that I first stepped foot on Privet Drive and followed Harry to platform 9 3/4 I was hooked. Like so many others I was standing in line awaiting the midnight release of Deathly Hallows and after dropping off the friend who kept me company I eagerly began to read the final chapter of the Hogwarts world. Book 7 opens like the previous 6, it is summer and Harry is at No. 4 Privet Drive with the Dursley's. Harry should be preparing to leave for his final year of Hogwarts and worrying about his upcoming NEWTs and what he wants to do after graduating. However, The Dark Lord has also risen and is swiftly taking back the power that he had prior to his run in with Lily and her year old baby. Also, this year Harry is just about to turn 17 and with his birthday marks the end of the protection given to him by his mother when she gave up her life to save his. Without this protection then if Harry is caught by the Dark Lord then it will almost certainly result in his death. So rather then return to Hogwarts, Harry goes on the run accompanied by his two best friends Ron and Hermione. Together the three of them must work together in order to follow the last task that Headmaster Dumbledore set for Harry. Find the remaining Horcruxes that Voldemort used to hide his soul and destroy them. For while they are intact Harry will have no chance in winning a battle with him. What follows next is a fast paced journey in which Harry and his friends suffer many ups and downs while they search for the Horcruxes and at the same time avoid getting captured by the Death Eaters or Scavengers. The Death Eaters search for Harry in attempt to gain favor with the Dark Lord. Scavengers hunt for Harry and all wizards who are not of the pure blood in order to collect the reward money. And if Harry didn't have enough to worry about but Rita Skeeter is about to publish a book entitled The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore which causes him to begin to doubt the man that he loved and trusted as a mentor and father. This book has it all love, loss, adventure and brings the reader to both laughter and tears. (Those who have finished the book know what I mean). Like all the books that came before it I was unable to put this book down and loved almost every word. My only disappointment came with the very end, the epilogue. To me the epilogue seemed a little hurried and the phrasing just didn't seem to mesh well with all that came before and while it answered some questions it also left many unanswered. As much as I want to know what happens to the surviving characters I feel that I think the better ending would have been to leave off the epilogue. Or at least leave off this epilogue. Overall, I thoughly enjoyed this book and the series. I have loved getting to know Harry, Ron, Hermione, Sirius, Ginny, Neville, Fred, George, Dumbledore, Hagrid, Snape, Draco and all the other characters in this series. In turn they have all made me laugh, cry or gotten me so mad that I could spit. I am glad that I got to know them and while there may be no new adventures about Hogwarts these stories will always live on in my heart and I look forward to one day introducing the boy who lived to any kids and grandkids that I might have.

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Books : HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS
Celebrate 20 years of Harry Potter magic! 'Give me Harry Potter' said Voldemort's voice 'and none shall be harmed. Give me Harry Potter and I shall leave the school untouched. Give me Harry Potter and you will be rewarded.' As he climbs into the sidecar of Hagrid's motorbike and takes to the skies leaving Privet Drive for the last time Harry Potter knows that Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters are not far behind. The protective charm that has kept Harry safe until now is broken but he cannot keep hiding. The Dark Lord is breathing fear into everything Harry loves and to stop him Harry will have to find and destroy the remaining Horcruxes. The final battle must begin - Harry must stand and face his enemy ...This gift edition hardback presented in a beautiful foiled slipcase decorated with brand new line art by Jonny Duddle will delight readers as they follow Harry in the epic conclusion of J.K. Rowling's record-breaking multi-award-winning series.

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Series Title
Harry Potter
Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Book Format
Hardcover
Number of Pages
640
Author
Rowling, J. K.
ISBN-13
9781408869178
Publication Date
July, 2017
ISBN-10
1408869179

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Today marked the relea...
Today marked the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows the 7th and final book in the series by JK Rowling. Today was a day that I both longed for and dreaded. I longed for this day because ever since I read the last word of Half-Blood Prince (HP 6) I have wondered what was next for the boy who lived and his friends. I have dreaded this day because it also marks the end of an era. The final chapter of a story over ten years in the making. I came under the influence of Harry a little late, starting to read the series shortly after the publication of Goblet of Hire (HP 4) but the moment that I first stepped foot on Privet Drive and followed Harry to platform 9 3/4 I was hooked. Like so many others I was standing in line awaiting the midnight release of Deathly Hallows and after dropping off the friend who kept me company I eagerly began to read the final chapter of the Hogwarts world. Book 7 opens like the previous 6, it is summer and Harry is at No. 4 Privet Drive with the Dursley's. Harry should be preparing to leave for his final year of Hogwarts and worrying about his upcoming NEWTs and what he wants to do after graduating. However, The Dark Lord has also risen and is swiftly taking back the power that he had prior to his run in with Lily and her year old baby. Also, this year Harry is just about to turn 17 and with his birthday marks the end of the protection given to him by his mother when she gave up her life to save his. Without this protection then if Harry is caught by the Dark Lord then it will almost certainly result in his death. So rather then return to Hogwarts, Harry goes on the run accompanied by his two best friends Ron and Hermione. Together the three of them must work together in order to follow the last task that Headmaster Dumbledore set for Harry. Find the remaining Horcruxes that Voldemort used to hide his soul and destroy them. For while they are intact Harry will have no chance in winning a battle with him. What follows next is a fast paced journey in which Harry and his friends suffer many ups and downs while they search for the Horcruxes and at the same time avoid getting captured by the Death Eaters or Scavengers. The Death Eaters search for Harry in attempt to gain favor with the Dark Lord. Scavengers hunt for Harry and all wizards who are not of the pure blood in order to collect the reward money. And if Harry didn't have enough to worry about but Rita Skeeter is about to publish a book entitled The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore which causes him to begin to doubt the man that he loved and trusted as a mentor and father. This book has it all love, loss, adventure and brings the reader to both laughter and tears. (Those who have finished the book know what I mean). Like all the books that came before it I was unable to put this book down and loved almost every word. My only disappointment came with the very end, the epilogue. To me the epilogue seemed a little hurried and the phrasing just didn't seem to mesh well with all that came before and while it answered some questions it also left many unanswered. As much as I want to know what happens to the surviving characters I feel that I think the better ending would have been to leave off the epilogue. Or at least leave off this epilogue. Overall, I thoughly enjoyed this book and the series. I have loved getting to know Harry, Ron, Hermione, Sirius, Ginny, Neville, Fred, George, Dumbledore, Hagrid, Snape, Draco and all the other characters in this series. In turn they have all made me laugh, cry or gotten me so mad that I could spit. I am glad that I got to know them and while there may be no new adventures about Hogwarts these stories will always live on in my heart and I look forward to one day introducing the boy who lived to any kids and grandkids that I might have.
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2 customers found this helpful
The so-so terminal vol...
The so-so terminal volume of the series follows the same pattern of every other Potter book: a flashy start, a dust-up near the end, at least one chapter where someone explains everything in one go, and a whole lot of nothing taking up the middle. If the seventh book has a fatal flaw, it's that the story follows the three primary protagonists too closely. The result is that while the rest of the wizarding world is being decimated by Voldemort and the Death Eaters, we get to read about Harry, Ron, and Hermione camping. Still, the book finally shows Harry maturing into a true adult, and handling the impossible situations that come along with it. And yes, the "Nineteen Years Later" epilogue is bogus and unnecessary.
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18 customers found this helpful
Today marked the relea...
Today marked the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows the 7th and final book in the series by JK Rowling. Today was a day that I both longed for and dreaded. I longed for this day because ever since I read the last word of Half-Blood Prince (HP 6) I have wondered what was next for the boy who lived and his friends. I have dreaded this day because it also marks the end of an era. The final chapter of a story over ten years in the making. I came under the influence of Harry a little late, starting to read the series shortly after the publication of Goblet of Hire (HP 4) but the moment that I first stepped foot on Privet Drive and followed Harry to platform 9 3/4 I was hooked. Like so many others I was standing in line awaiting the midnight release of Deathly Hallows and after dropping off the friend who kept me company I eagerly began to read the final chapter of the Hogwarts world. Book 7 opens like the previous 6, it is summer and Harry is at No. 4 Privet Drive with the Dursley's. Harry should be preparing to leave for his final year of Hogwarts and worrying about his upcoming NEWTs and what he wants to do after graduating. However, The Dark Lord has also risen and is swiftly taking back the power that he had prior to his run in with Lily and her year old baby. Also, this year Harry is just about to turn 17 and with his birthday marks the end of the protection given to him by his mother when she gave up her life to save his. Without this protection then if Harry is caught by the Dark Lord then it will almost certainly result in his death. So rather then return to Hogwarts, Harry goes on the run accompanied by his two best friends Ron and Hermione. Together the three of them must work together in order to follow the last task that Headmaster Dumbledore set for Harry. Find the remaining Horcruxes that Voldemort used to hide his soul and destroy them. For while they are intact Harry will have no chance in winning a battle with him. What follows next is a fast paced journey in which Harry and his friends suffer many ups and downs while they search for the Horcruxes and at the same time avoid getting captured by the Death Eaters or Scavengers. The Death Eaters search for Harry in attempt to gain favor with the Dark Lord. Scavengers hunt for Harry and all wizards who are not of the pure blood in order to collect the reward money. And if Harry didn't have enough to worry about but Rita Skeeter is about to publish a book entitled The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore which causes him to begin to doubt the man that he loved and trusted as a mentor and father. This book has it all love, loss, adventure and brings the reader to both laughter and tears. (Those who have finished the book know what I mean). Like all the books that came before it I was unable to put this book down and loved almost every word. My only disappointment came with the very end, the epilogue. To me the epilogue seemed a little hurried and the phrasing just didn't seem to mesh well with all that came before and while it answered some questions it also left many unanswered. As much as I want to know what happens to the surviving characters I feel that I think the better ending would have been to leave off the epilogue. Or at least leave off this epilogue. Overall, I thoughly enjoyed this book and the series. I have loved getting to know Harry, Ron, Hermione, Sirius, Ginny, Neville, Fred, George, Dumbledore, Hagrid, Snape, Draco and all the other characters in this series. In turn they have all made me laugh, cry or gotten me so mad that I could spit. I am glad that I got to know them and while there may be no new adventures about Hogwarts these stories will always live on in my heart and I look forward to one day introducing the boy who lived to any kids and grandkids that I might have.
Most helpful negative review
2 customers found this helpful
The so-so terminal vol...
The so-so terminal volume of the series follows the same pattern of every other Potter book: a flashy start, a dust-up near the end, at least one chapter where someone explains everything in one go, and a whole lot of nothing taking up the middle. If the seventh book has a fatal flaw, it's that the story follows the three primary protagonists too closely. The result is that while the rest of the wizarding world is being decimated by Voldemort and the Death Eaters, we get to read about Harry, Ron, and Hermione camping. Still, the book finally shows Harry maturing into a true adult, and handling the impossible situations that come along with it. And yes, the "Nineteen Years Later" epilogue is bogus and unnecessary.
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The seventh and final ...

The seventh and final installment of the Harry Potter saga is, to my mind, the best book in the series. It both wraps everything up and pushes Harry in interesting and inventive new directions. Now that they've left school, Harry and his friends are free to move around the wizarding world. JKR takes full advantage of the multi-setting possibilities; we see tons of new places, as well as some old favourites, as the trio struggle to find the remaining Horcruxes and avoid detection. Those who found the last two books a little slow will be glad to hear that this one is absolutely action-packed. There's always something happening, and it's usually something that involves a large-scale magical fight. And even when the physical action slows down a little, JKR works in enough of the usual puzzle pieces to keep readers devouring the book at a breathless rate. Many, many times, I found myself crowing with glee as a long-running plot point was summed up, or when one of my theories proved correct. And man, does everything come together nicely! I'm leery of saying too much here, but I was very, very pleased with how all the little hints and tidbits that JKR planted in the first six volumes came together. Everything made sense, and nothing jumped out as being too simplistic. On a different note, the character development continues to be wonderful, right up to the end. It was great to see Harry, Ron and Hermione grow throughout the course of the novel, and I really liked how we got some more insight into important secondary characters like Dumbledore and Snape. But, enjoyment aside, the book isn't quite perfect. Since the trio are traveling alone, some characters don't get as much attention as they perhaps deserve. I would've liked a little more closure with the Dursleys, for example. It also would've been nice to see a little more of what was going on in the wizarding world while the trio were on the run; I'd especially have liked to see inside Hogwarts. And there's one particular plot device that occurs just a little too often, too; it's entertaining, but it would've been nice to see JKR try something different. There were also a couple of things that I thought were curiously absent from the epilogue. Truthfully, though, I'm kind of searching for things to complain about. I'm sure problems will leap out at me after I've read this a few times, but for now I'm very, very happy with it. This was a great read. It was everything I was hoping for.

Today marked the relea...

Today marked the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows the 7th and final book in the series by JK Rowling. Today was a day that I both longed for and dreaded. I longed for this day because ever since I read the last word of Half-Blood Prince (HP 6) I have wondered what was next for the boy who lived and his friends. I have dreaded this day because it also marks the end of an era. The final chapter of a story over ten years in the making. I came under the influence of Harry a little late, starting to read the series shortly after the publication of Goblet of Hire (HP 4) but the moment that I first stepped foot on Privet Drive and followed Harry to platform 9 3/4 I was hooked. Like so many others I was standing in line awaiting the midnight release of Deathly Hallows and after dropping off the friend who kept me company I eagerly began to read the final chapter of the Hogwarts world. Book 7 opens like the previous 6, it is summer and Harry is at No. 4 Privet Drive with the Dursley's. Harry should be preparing to leave for his final year of Hogwarts and worrying about his upcoming NEWTs and what he wants to do after graduating. However, The Dark Lord has also risen and is swiftly taking back the power that he had prior to his run in with Lily and her year old baby. Also, this year Harry is just about to turn 17 and with his birthday marks the end of the protection given to him by his mother when she gave up her life to save his. Without this protection then if Harry is caught by the Dark Lord then it will almost certainly result in his death. So rather then return to Hogwarts, Harry goes on the run accompanied by his two best friends Ron and Hermione. Together the three of them must work together in order to follow the last task that Headmaster Dumbledore set for Harry. Find the remaining Horcruxes that Voldemort used to hide his soul and destroy them. For while they are intact Harry will have no chance in winning a battle with him. What follows next is a fast paced journey in which Harry and his friends suffer many ups and downs while they search for the Horcruxes and at the same time avoid getting captured by the Death Eaters or Scavengers. The Death Eaters search for Harry in attempt to gain favor with the Dark Lord. Scavengers hunt for Harry and all wizards who are not of the pure blood in order to collect the reward money. And if Harry didn't have enough to worry about but Rita Skeeter is about to publish a book entitled The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore which causes him to begin to doubt the man that he loved and trusted as a mentor and father. This book has it all love, loss, adventure and brings the reader to both laughter and tears. (Those who have finished the book know what I mean). Like all the books that came before it I was unable to put this book down and loved almost every word. My only disappointment came with the very end, the epilogue. To me the epilogue seemed a little hurried and the phrasing just didn't seem to mesh well with all that came before and while it answered some questions it also left many unanswered. As much as I want to know what happens to the surviving characters I feel that I think the better ending would have been to leave off the epilogue. Or at least leave off this epilogue. Overall, I thoughly enjoyed this book and the series. I have loved getting to know Harry, Ron, Hermione, Sirius, Ginny, Neville, Fred, George, Dumbledore, Hagrid, Snape, Draco and all the other characters in this series. In turn they have all made me laugh, cry or gotten me so mad that I could spit. I am glad that I got to know them and while there may be no new adventures about Hogwarts these stories will always live on in my heart and I look forward to one day introducing the boy who lived to any kids and grandkids that I might have.

Well, it was with no s...

Well, it was with no small part of trepidation that I started HPDH this morning. I was surprised by how much the idea that the story would finally end played in my mind when I started reading. I didn't want it to be over. Who would live? Worse still, who would die? Rarely does a book hold my attention for an entire day anymore, but I think this series has a magic all its own that has been cast. I can't remember the last time (if ever) a book, or books, in this case, has created this much excitement in so many people. Entire towns held themed parties, bookstores remained opened for hours after their normal closing times, and people have all been united behind a young wizard and his friends and their adventures. I'd be hard pressed to find this kind of energy surrounding any other book anytime soon. With this last and final book, I think JK Rowling has done us proud. Without giving away any spoilers, let's just say, that after hours of reading, with plenty of laughing, crying, suspense, relief and mystery to fill those hours to brimming, I can honestly say that this last book lives up to its anticipation. I found myself genuinely concerned about the characters, about their outcomes in the story, and to me, that is a testament to JK Rowling and her story-telling ability. It has felt almost like a privilege to have been able to follow her books and watch her writing ability grow right along with the characters that she so lovingly created. I found I needed to remind myself that these are fictional characters, I would be so caught up in the story, wondering what would happen next. A part of me is sad that it's all over, that we have reached Harry Potter's seventh and final year at Hogwart's, but there is also a part of me that is glad that it's done, before it gets too big, too much. I think Rowling has ended it well, with the right balance of good vs evil, without taking it too over the top. It's a good place for it to end. I hope she doesn't come back to Harry. Let the story be what it is. The consolation is knowing that whenever I feel a need for a little magic, I know I can always turn to my bookshelf and be whizzing away on the Hogwart's Express in no time.

Just like the other Ha...

Just like the other Harry Potter books this one is also hard to put down. It took me 10 hours straight, only broken by several hours of light sleep full of dreams of witches and wizards and death eaters, to read it all and capturing every word. Just like the other Harry Potter books this one also affect us personally: we're brought into the world of wizardry, we're there fighting the Dark Lord with Harry, Ron and Hermione. Their fear, happiness, sadness, desperation and hope become ours too. This book that ends the series and determine the fates of the main characters is by far the darkest and the heaviest. The atmosphere is heavy even from the beginning. The tempo is fast at the beginning with scary situation after scary situation coming about. Then, the tempo slowed as the characters were lost and fell into despair, and we faced doom and gloom, not knowing if everything will end like we want it to end. Even though spoilers were available in the internet even before the book came out, I refused to peek. I refused to speculate or hope. As a result I was brought up and down with the emotion of Harry and the whole magical community, and got surprises after surprises. Some nice, some nasty. But it was a really an exhilarating experience. Plus it wasn't all gloomy, Rowling still managed to bring quite a few chuckles out of readers; and the world of young adults (good food, fun, friends, love) also appears from time to time to lighten our minds. It's like showing off human at its best - stoically facing doom with humour. Following Harry Potter books from the first when Harry was eleven to the seventh when he's seventeen we are brought gradually from the world of carefree kids to worrying adults. This brings to mind the experiences reading Tolkien's book - from light teenagey The Hobbit to heavy and adult The Lord of the Rings. Another Tolkien analogy can be derived here. Just like reading the last chapters of the Lord of the Rings, reading the last chapters of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows also brings about sadness. It doesn't matter whether the end is happy or sad, whether the heroes live or die. The prospect of living without anymore Harry Potter stories seems so gloomy. We are forced to go back to the dreary and boring real world, with nothing more out of the magical world to hope for. Nooooooo!!!!!! Bring me back to Hogwarts please!!!!

Well, it is finally ov...

Well, it is finally over, and I have to say that Rowling finished the series in a very satisfying way. The action was exciting and consistent enough throughout the book that it was not difficult to read in one go. The length was enough to lead the reader on an enjoyable odyssey with Harry and friends as they slowly discover the secrets behind all of the events from the previous books. By the end, all is revealed in such a way that the "magic" of the previous books is not lost. We are also treated to the further character development of the main players in this quest for truth and vanquishment of evil, and this is especially so for Dumbledore. Nobody is forgotten along the way to the finish line, and some things that you expected to happen actually do. There are some nice twists and surprises, though. That said, it is also an emotional roller coaster ride, as Harry, Hermione, Ron and many of our other series-long heroes get caught in life-threatening situations with Death Eaters and Lord Voldemort. It is a darker book than 'The Half-Blood Prince', but the reader should be ready for this, as it is the end of the series and everything has prepared us for the final battle of good against evil. Even so, I couldn't help shedding a few tears at one point in the book. The thing that I really enjoyed about this conclusion is Rowling's moral consistency. Some will find the end of the series unsatisfying, but I imagine these people are mostly adults, and this is a book for children, and those young at heart. I revel in a book that is not afraid to dare the reader to take the high road. There is nothing childish about that.

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