Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K Rowling
“Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open.” By Albus Dumbledore
My name is Srainya and I am writing a blog post about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Harry Potter is one of my all time favourite book series and is suitable for anyone, whatever age. The world of Harry Potter is described as a “vast, ever-expanding parallel universe” by the Guardian.
This fast paced and exciting novel finishes the story of Harry Potter’s childhood beautifully. Of course, the Cursed Child has come out since then, but it cannot compare to the original series. Those who have read Harry Potter and those who haven’t have considerably different views of the Wizarding World. Who could criticise a world where bones can be regrown and you can fly on broomsticks?
This book in particular isn’t has happy as the others. Like the other later Harry Potter books this book involves many deaths. This book also has unique moral and touching moments.
I would rate the Deathly Hallows 5 stars and it, in my opinion; it is for 9+ years although anyone can read it if you want to. This book is home to an awe-inspiring world and most people would enjoy this. This is the end of my review. And thank you for reading.