Author : J.K. Rowling
Publication date : August 1st 2007 by Arthur A. Levine Books
Audince : Young Adult
Gosh, I finished this series, at last. I can't believe that it didn't really took me long to reach the last page of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (only a few days, actually). Now the adventure of the three friends has ended. Do I want it to end? Yes and no. I am glad that Harry has finished his quests, but I still want to find out what happen at Hogwarts after that. Kind of strange, is it not?
Harry was left with tasks that were almost impossible to do by Professor Dumbledore. With the Death Eaters roaming around everywhere looking for him, Harry, Hermione and Ron were forced to be in hideout. Being apart from those who cared for him made Harry devastated. Lord Voldemort was getting stronger than ever and he also sent his cronies to the only place Harry could call home, Hogwarts.
Oh, how do I start. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a very touching book. I admire Rowling's ability when it comes to putting together every bits and pieces of the story, making it a whole and complex yet believable plot. I kept on getting mixed emotion when I read this book, and I liked the experience. I mean, Rowling is the type of author who can still make you laugh when in fact, you're reading about two wizards who's going to kill each other.
I also guessed the plot during my entire reading, and all of my guesses were wrong, and I'm happy for it. I love unpredictable tale, and this one, my readers, is full of twist and turns. I finished this book last night and it left me thinking all night long. I have invested my very precious time for this series, and you know what, Harry Potter is worth every second of it.
Ah, here's my favorite quote of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
“Hide them all, then. Keep her – them – safe. Please.'
And what will you give me in return, Severus?'
In – in return? Anything.”
That was also a scene that made me gulped, and it really touched my heart that I cried a tear or two. Rowling, you really know how to play with our feeling! Bravo, undoubtedly 5 for both of this book, and the whole series! Those of you who haven't touch the book, do it now!