Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Publish date: 2008
Pages no: 831
Edition language: English
Series: Harry Potter (#7)
No doubt, this book has its faults. Absolutely zero foreshadowing of the deathly hallows. Retconning of Harry's invisibility cloak's superiority to all other invisibility cloaks. (Why not bring some of this up in GoF?) The over-reliance on conveniently overheard conversations they have no business o...
This one seemed more interesting to me than the others have been, i think. But i think that was mainly because i was expecting certain things that never happened. For example, i thought Draco's character would be developed some more. Dumbledore's backstory was interesting and i liked meeting his bro...
Reread. Love this series. I forgot how long it was though. It took quite some to read it. The writing and plot of this series is very good. I still love it, after all these years. I haven't liked anything from J.K. Rowling since this series though, but I guess we'll always have Harry Potter. If you ...
And the most satisfying re-read of my life is complete. What a treasure. The world is a better place because of Harry Potter.
I think Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is my least favorite book in the series…It’s really sad, though, because this was my last journey with Harry, Hermione, and Ron! But honestly, there were some parts of this book where I just wasn’t feeling it. [spoiler] First of all, I appreciate the who...
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