”Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Book 7)” by J.K. Rowling
”Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Book 7)” is the final chapter in the Harry Potter series, this time around Harry Potter, the boy wizard, must continue his quest to vanquished, the evil Lord Voldemort, by finding his other horcurxes and having a final face-off the dark wizarding lord once and for all.
The biggest one to date, this is a fitting end to the series. This books pays respect to the readers of the series. This is a tale that is thoroughly enjoyable and is a true page-turner. J.K. Rowling concluded the series the same way she started. For me it is a bittersweet finale.
”Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Book 7)” is full of the history from the other books. There are so many things that are pulled from the other books that I wonder how she remember so many details that I had totally forgotten. It makes you think back to the previous tales without having to go reread them. It’s like coming back and reminiscing with an old friend. Its truly is a tribute to her skills as a writer.
This adventure the most adult and dark of the entire series. What makes this so enjoyable is that with one you see the maturity of the characters into adulthood. Since the beginning with each progressing book the subject matter has become darker and more mature as the character come of age. Although you don’t have to have read the previous book to enjoy this one the tribulations, that Harry and company face, the twist and turns in the plot are all enhanced by the history of the series.
It’s concluded that same way it was started with adventure and wonderment. With it being the final one it leaves you wanting more and with a few unanswered questions. Having read every book the characters are familiar but they are changing and do change. Rowling create an intriguing story even at the end of ”Book 7”.
It’s a bittersweet ending. There are so many global phenomenons that I was never there at the beginning: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Star Wars, and most of the major comic books. I was there when Harry Potter started. I read them from the beginning and have enjoyed them immensely. I want to say thank you J.K. Rowling for giving me a global phenomenon that I was at the beginning of.