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

by J.K. Rowling


The day has finally come for Harry to leave Privet Drive and the horrible family called the Dursleys for the last time. Voldemort is out to get him and the Ministry of Magic does not want Muggles to be harmed so Harry must be moved. His future is already laid out for him; kill Voldemort. The only problem is that if he kills Voldemort he will have to die too, right? And the other problem is, is that he has to find the remaining Horcruxes. They could be anywhere in the world. And to make mater worse for him, Voldemort is looking for the Deathly Hallows. And to add to all of this, Harry owns part of the Deathly Hallows. So Voldemort need to kill Harry to get part of the Hallows. So the mission that Harry is on is that he has to find all of the Horcruxes, destroy them and try to avoid being killed in the process. How hard can that be?

In this book, J.K. Rowling answers all the unanswered questions, she ties all of the loose ends and gets the Dursleys out of he picture (big relief). And there is one secret that is reviled in this book. A secret that will surprise you.


Nail-biting. That is what this book is. You just cannot stop reading it. I got this book while I was in England stuck from the volcano and it only took me 5 days to read it. 5 days to read 607 pages.

In this book a lot of unanswered questions are answered. You learn things in this book that you think are not possible. You learn things about Snape and Dumbledore. When you learn secrets about the two of them you will not believe it. I had to read sections all over again to make sure what was just said was true.

But there is no question if this book is good or not. This book is spectacular. And Malfoy. So much for being evil. Ha. Wait till you find out about him. (And, no I did not just give anything away. I just gave you a taster.) You just wait until you get the book to find out all of these little thing. You just wait.

But hurry.