“It all comes down to this – a final faceoff between good and evil. You plan to pull out all the stops, but every time you solve one mystery, three more evolve. Do you stay the course you started, despite your lack of progress? Do you detour and follow a new lead that may not help? Do you listen to your instincts, or your friends?

Lord Voldemort is preparing for battle and so must Harry. With Ron and Hermione at his side, he’s trying to hunt down Voldemort’s Horcruxes, escape danger at every turn, and find a way to defeat evil once and for all. How does it all end? Find out in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.”


What an amazing conclusion to this amazing series! I couldn’t have asked for a better conclusion!

Throughout the 5 times that I have now reread the series, I was never able to finish this book. Mostly because I had always borrowed it from the library and it would take me forever to finish. But I finally did finish it and it couldn’t have been better.

I loved how it picked up right after where The Half-Blood Prince had left off. Only a month between the two books.

I think the story of the deathly hallows was fascinating to learn about. The whole time that Harry, Hermione, and Ron are at the Lovegoods home is interesting enough but when they learn the story of how the deathly hallows came to be, it couldn’t put the book down.

There was so much death in this book. First it was Dobby. Then Snape. And finally, of course, Voldemort. Both Dobby and Snape’s deaths brought me to tears. And then when we get to see Snape’s memory and how he had been in love with Harry’s mother, Lily, the entire time, I just couldn’t stop crying.

The final showdown between Harry and Voldemort after Neville killed Nagini was just incredible. How Voldemort pretty ran out of luck when all 7 of his horcruxes had been destroyed and he pretty much turned into nothing was just amazing to read about and to see in the movie adaptation.

The 19 years later part of the book was just so special. Getting to see Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny together one last time in the series as they are getting ready to send their kids off to Hogwarts, its just one part of the series that I will remember for the rest of my life.

Overall, rereading this series just reminded me of how much I enjoyed it from the first time I read it. It makes me wish I had read it when the books where just coming out but there isn’t anything I can do about it. It’s a series that has changed my reading life in ways I never thought possible. One day I hope I can read the books to my kids so they can witness the magic for themselves.

In the words of Snape, it has been and always will be my favorite series ever. Always.


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