Book Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
(Started: June 17, 2010; Finished: June 21, 2010)


Review: 5 stars, My Favorite
Source: Ebook
Available at: Amazon
I can't believe that I already finished the series :(( At first I was hesitating to read the last book because I really don't want the idea of the series ending. Maybe that's why I didn't buy the book when it first came out when i usually buy one. Like what my dear friend said, when you finished reading the series, it feels like you'll be losing this very close friend of yours for good. Imagine life without Harry Potter. :| Anyway, the book was really really good. J.K., you never fail to amaze me on how you create such connections to all the books. There are no loopholes in the story. All are connected and explained well. It is just sad that a lot of the characters I love died in this book. I also love the changes that happened to the characters on how their personalities evolve. I also love the parts where there are already hints that Hermione and Ron like or love each other. I really can't wait to see the movie! This is a book or the battle that you shouldn't miss!


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Happy Reading Everyone!

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