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Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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Intro: The Harry Potter is FINALLY coming to an end and now we have the conclusion.

Summary: Everything about Harry Potter is ending in this book. Harry and his friends must band together and defeat Lord Voldemort once and for all before he wreaks havoc on the wizarding world!

My review: Ok, so it’s the end of the Harry Potter series, and we were all expecting some big finish, right?

WRONG!!!

This book just wasn’t the kind of book I thought it could be. I was sorely disappointed when the story wasn’t written very well and it tossed around all kinds of ideas that were very unnecessary. Plus, most of our favorite characters were killed off and those who remained just didn’t get a very clean ending.

Also, the crapilogue, er, I mean epilogue sounded as if it was just bad fan fiction. I have read better fan fiction than this. I wish Rowling would have rewritten the book or at least make it better. She could have done a better job than that.

Well, it DID end with a big bang, I’ll give it that; but in my honest opinion, it really wasn’t the best book to end the series.

I rest my case.

My recommendation: if you want to know how Harry Potter ends, go right ahead. Otherwise, I don’t think you should read this book at all.

My rating: no stars; it just wasn’t a good book.

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