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

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the seventh and the last edition in the Harry Potter series written by J K Rowling.

The plot mainly follows Harry Potter who is responsible to finish the quest started by Albus Dumdledore. Harry have to find and destroy the remaining Horcruxes of Voldemort. Only then, he knows that ; Voldemort could be destroyed forever, Only then he can destroy the dark lords shadow from the wizarding world for once and for all.

In this final quest Harry is accompanied by his best friends Ron Weasly and Hermione Granger. Ron and Hermione become dull when they realises that Dumdledore didn’t tell Harry about any of the remaining Horcruxes before he died ; not what is the next Horcrux, not where the next Horcrux is and not even how to destroy it.

As days pass by their spirits get lower. Ron especially got more annoyed yet by their lack of planning, lack of food and he get into a row with Harry and leaves the quest to go home but comes a few weeks later in time by saving Harry’s life and proving to be loyal to him.

Meanwhile, Harry and Hermione goes to Godrics Hollow in search of clues and nearly get captured by Voldemort. They feel that every step they are making is followed by Voldemort.

At last when the final battle at Hogwarts starts Harry understands what Dumdledore had meant for him and it was his death.So he presents himself to Vodemort because of the love and care he has for his friends. But that saved him because he was the last Horcrux that Voldemort never meant to make.

Its the matter of one spell between Harry and Voldemort and Voldermort is killed and destroyed for ever. Harry is glad for the second chance he had got and understands the value of love, sacrifice and loyalty.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is an exciting suspense thriller. Each page creates anxiety about what happens next.I recommend this book to all who love to read mystery. My rating is 5/5.

Reviewed by Aiswarya S. S.

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