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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Book 7 (Children's Edition) | Hardback

Released on 21 July 2007

Author: J. K. Rowling | Format: Hardback

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Here, in this seventh and final book, Harry discovers what fate truly has in store for him as he inexorably makes his way to that final meeting with Voldemort. In this thrilling climax to the phenomenally bestselling series, J.K. Rowling will reveal all to her eagerly waiting readers.

'His hand closed automatically around the fake Horcrux, but in spite of everything, in spite of the dark and twisting path he saw stretching ahead for himself, in spite of the final meeting with Voldemort he knew must come, whether in a month, in a year, or in ten, he felt his heart lift at the thought that there was still one last golden day of peace left to enjoy with Ron and Hermione.' With these words "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" draws to a close.

An Adult Edition of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' is also available for pre-order.

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 Capital read:How Amazing!

| | See all AnChief's reviews (11)

Really, Really good is the best way to describe the book, i suppose. Young and old will love it! Don't wait for the paperback! I'm telling you, its something you need now! Excellent! Super!

 Harry Potter and the Deathly Silence

| | See all blondy's reviews (3)

Well a deathly silence certainly hung over my house at the weekend as I got well and truly 'stuck in' to this book which arrived thanks to Play.com with the nice postlady at 9am.

My poor hubby who is not a Potter fan got short shrift from me whenever he wanted to talk (especially when he asked 'Has Harry done Hermoine yet?').

What a fabulous read - I was hooked from the word go as the body count in the first few chapters left me breathless - little did I know that was nothing compared to what was to come.

There are some ferocious battles and duelling, lots of patronus's to ward off dementors and more death eaters than you can shake a stick at.

If you're looking for happiness then don't read this book as it is tinged with sadness and loss but then saving the world was never easy.

All the loose ends from this saga are tied up nicely and although this was the last book in the HARRY Potter series, suffice it to say there is an opening for more Potter family adventures if J.K. starts missing Hogwarts and the wizarding world too much.

When I was a kid I waited and waited for Christmas and then when it was over always had a flat, deflated feeling. I feel like that now I've read the 7th book - yes we have a few more films in the series yet to see but I'm gonna miss Harry and his pals. Here's hoping a J.K. fan will be inspired by her work to write another great saga that can follow in the footsteps of this series and appeal to young and old alike.

If you're a sceptic like my hubby and have never read a Potter book - I would thoroughly recommend you give it a go


| | See all SarahG14's reviews (5)

From the very first book i have been hooked on the adventures of Harry Potter. This final installment is just best way Rowling could have ended her series, and although i am disappointed it has ended, i feel all my questions have been answered. Rowling scrapes back ideas and scenes from previous books that you may not have read too much into (excuse the pun). All together, a fantastic read, and what a spin at the end!!

 A major disappointment

| | See all gavbloke's reviews (1)

After the long wait for this the final book, I must say I was seriously disappointed by it. For the amount of action within the book, it is easily 300 pages to long.

The final battle between the two arch rivals is really short in a blink and you'll miss it.

Was it worth the wait?

No not really, I'd have waited another year to read a book worthy of the finale.

This isn't it.

 The cold reminder this is a child's story in everyway

| | See all AlexR87's reviews (10)

Fair play to Rowling, she made a lot of money, from something she isn't that good at. By the 7th and final entry of this "epic" tale, most of us will have come to two conclusions. firstly that Harry Potter is indeed a child's story, and so should be viewed only as such. Secondly J.K.Rowling is the most mechanical author in history next to Dan Brown. These are not essentially bad qualities, as Rowling simply makes the most of what limited talent she has, by using a formula in each book. Harry, Ron and Hermione have an argument, make up, save the day by hook or crook, and go back to good old private drive.(ignoring the 10 or so Authors she has stolen every idea she has, coupled with her awful use of middle class stereotypes and pathetic ability to name people (cho chang comes to mind) ). Now thats all well and good when your 13, closed your second book in the series and have heard very little hype about "the boy who lived". Harry Potter has gradually declined into an overwhelming ball of hype, plagerism, and disapointment. there is no need to comment on this last book, as we all knew how it would end, and in a way, we have known since book 3. The series peaked at book 4 which was probably the only book of the 7 that had some original witty writing ( even witht he mechanics). When you take all these elements together, the painfully global histeria of Harry Potter ( not helped by those awful awful movies(thanks daniel)) the steady decline and tedium of the last 3 books and the overall smug of J.K.Rowling when she thinks she has given us a new bible. If your a logically person, it will annoy you to see so many misguided souls feeding Rowlings purse until it bursts for basically scratching out the title worst witch, and writing harry potter. I will give you 3 stars for starting well, but ending it on a low and having no bravery in your work. Ps if T.S.L or Tolkien were here they would have my back unlike all those people who will tarnish my fine argument.

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AuthorJ. K. Rowling
PublisherBloomsbury (United Kingdom)
FormatHardback - 608 Pages