Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter, #7) by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter, #7)

Harry Potter is leaving Privet Drive for the last time. But as he climbs into the sidecar of Hagrid’s motorbike and they take to the skies, he knows Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters will not be far behind.The protective charm that has kept him safe until now is broken. But the Dark Lord is breathing fear into everything he loves. And he knows he can’t keep hiding.To stop Voldemort, Harry knows he must find the remaining Horcruxes and destr...

Details Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter, #7)

TitleHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter, #7)
Release DateJul 21st, 2007
PublisherArthur A. Levine Books / Scholastic Inc.
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Fiction, Magic, Childrens, Adventure, Audiobook, Classics, Science Fiction Fantasy, Middle Grade

Reviews Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter, #7)

  • Suzanne
    “I’m going to keep going until I succeed — or die. Don’t think I don’t know how this might end. I’ve known it for years.” — Harry PotterMost seventeen-year olds don’t view the possibility of an early death as being, well, possible. But then again, most seventeen-year olds haven’t come face-to-face with death almost half a dozen times before their first kiss either.In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the seventh and final ...
  • Kassidy
    It's hard for me to believe that I finished the Harry Potter series... I wish this series would go on forever!I don't know how I've gone through my life without these books. I regret not reading it when I was younger, but I am so happy that I finally did, better late than never, right?The world built in these books is so real and tangible, it is truly a masterpiece. The characters are engaging and brilliant, and I love how the plot is so interwov...
  • Lily C
    I can't believe its over.... I've FINALLY read the Harry Potter series. And WHAT an ending to the series this book was..Video Review: https://youtu.be/aefPuw_O3n4
  • Tara
    Ok, before I start a few warnings. This will contain spoilers (though since I'm writing this a year after the release I don't think it's too much of a tragedy), it will be long and it will be negative because I really didn't like this book.Reading books one to five I was very impressed with the storytelling from a novice novellist. There was magic, there were characters you could love, and sure there were some cliche'd storylines, but they were i...
  • Jayson
    (A) 86% | ExtraordinaryNotes: It ends too expository and convenient, but the story’s compelling, and its new settings are a nice break from formula.
  • Raeleen Lemay
    All was well.
  • Regan
    Sigh... I just can't
  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)
    I hadn't read this book in so long... it's been great to reread it and notice all the details I had forgotten!It was perfect for the holidays (even though this one is quite dark!)
  • Jason
    This is just a pithy review on the Harry Potter series as a whole. It is not an in-depth analysis of the work in general, nor is it a review on any one particular installment.Harry Potter is a work of art. I got made fun of once when I was out to dinner with some friends, because while we were discussing these books I made the mistake of referring to them as “literature.” I felt like I had to defend that assertion because, although the defini...
  • Kai
    “Words are, in my not-so-humble opinion, our most inexhaustible source of magic. Capable of both inflicting injury, and remedying it.”Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. It was the end of an era, and then it wasn't.I can't express how thankful I am, for this series, for this world, for the magic, power and love behind J.K. Rowling's words. I don't know what I would be without Harry Potter.It's crazy how much time I spend reading the books, ...
  • Adam Silvera
    I loved my #AdamRereadsHP series read so much, especially with Jim Dale's audiobook. This remains the series of my heart.
  • C.G. Drews
    Wheeeeeere do I even start with this? WHERE. Every human and their bobcat has reviewed this book, but I'M GONNA ANYWAY BECAUSE MY THOUGHTS ARE IMPORTANT. (I am also a Slytherin, FYI.) I'm also really angry because I'm giving it 5-stars because it's so freaking clever. But I've got complaints. But life is short. Eat dessert first. Give books 5-stars. I feel emotionally manipulated by this sneaky paperback, DARN YOU HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HAL...
  • emma
    Hot take: I like A Very Potter Musical more than I like the Harry Potter series. Please feel free to physically fight me. (And no, “AVPM wouldn’t exist without the series” is not a valid argument, because duh.)https://emmareadstoomuch.wordpress.co...God, what an unexpected result this is. Let's talk about it for six pages. I loved Half-Blood Prince so much that I postponed finishing the series for five months. More context: I started reread...
  • jessica
    happy thanksgiving to everyone celebrating today! we all have so much to be thankful for! this year (and every year), i am immensely thankful for books; but in particular, this series. i know im not original when i say the harry potter books are what made me fall in love with reading. but they gave me a childhood far more magical and imaginative than i could have ever asked for. they opened my eyes to a world beyond the one in which i lived. the ...
  • Chelsea Humphrey
    It is finished. I’m thrilled to say that I managed to follow through with at least one book related commitment this year, and that was to read the entire Harry Potter series for the first time. It’s tough to pick a favorite from the group, but the Deathly Hallows is a worthy contender for that coveted first spot. As the dark tension that began growing at the finish of the Goblet of Fire has come full circle, I felt this was the perfect finale...
  • Mohammed Arabey
    First of all, It's awesome finding out that this book is Dedicated specially to you by the Queen herself -for me Joanna Rowling is the English Queen for Magic, just as there's a Queen for muggles- & it's Really yours personally..If you Stuck With Harry Until The Very End.I've been stuck with Harry myself for 10 years now..when I first read the Arabic edition of the 1st book on Sep.2003.. I felt how it's different than the movie,The characters mor...
  • Luffy
    Though this is the least magical Harry Potter book, the weakest, the least whimsical, the least logical, it remains that I do consider it a 5 star book.Keeping the differences in Lord Thingy and Harry Potter in mind, the finale, symbolically played out in the Great Hall of Hogwarts, could not have been better conceived.I was curious to see if I would cry again. I did. The Prince's Tale gets to me every time. The epilogue seems to belong to Cursed...
  • Hamad
    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription“Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?” I just decided not to write a review, because you either have read the books or you didn’t and in that case I can’t write a review without spoiling much. Instead I am going to pay tribute to the characters (I established that the series has the best charac...
  • Darth J
    (So I never did a review of this and am deciding to add one now.)I'm a Millennial, and like most Millennials, I grew up with Harry Potter. Not just the books, but we kinda aged with him (or thereabouts). It's a coming of age story for our whole generation, whether or not we received our Hogwarts letters.And we were there together. We were at midnight release parties and movie theaters, lined up and excited to share in the adventure. I can't think...
  • April
    I always wonder how the characters are doing after a series ends I always wonder how the characters are doing after a series ends🤔
  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    I remember when the hardback came out. Wal-Mart was having a big to do at midnight but I worked 3rd shift at the post office at that time. I stopped by after work around 7 ish am and there were a few copies left. I was so excited and I ended up not getting much sleep and was tired that night at work because I couldn't put the book down. And I cried and cried. I still do. Some of these books do that to me no matter how many times I read the books....
  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    1.) Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 2.) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 3.) Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 4.) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 5) Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 6.) Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince 7) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 8.) Harry Potter and the Cursed Child --------------------------------------------------2017 - I DID IT! I finished rereading the HP series with les...
  • Sean Barrs the Bookdragon
    Here are three reasons why this book is dynamite:1. This series never lost any momentum and here it ended spectacularly in such a dramatic final confrontation. 2. Rowling shows us that even the nastiest of people deserve a degree of sympathy. Draco’s story was more complex than we realised. He was never the person he secretly wanted to be: a good man. 3.This scene was written superbly, the saddest moment of the series for me.
  • Aj the Ravenous Reader
    ***** CONTAINS SPOILERS SO MAYBE DON'T READ THIS WHEN YOU HAVEN'T READ THE BOOK YET. :) ***** “The true master of death does not seek to run away from death. He accepts that he must die and understands that there are far worse things in the living world than dying.” -Albus Dumbledore To you, yes you, reader of this review , should you decide to read this review from beginning up to the very end, I offer you my deep thanks for your resilienc...
  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter #7), J.K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a fantasy book written by British author J. K. Rowling, and the seventh and final novel of the Harry Potter series. The book was released on 21 July 2007, ending the series that began in 1997 with the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The story follows Harry Potter who has been tasked by Dumbledore with finding and d...
  • Chloe
    3rd: August 2018 (audiobook)Listening to this on audiobook was a dream come true. It was like watching a 100% faithful adaptation of the book. Perfection I LOVED my re-read of the series via the Stephen Fry audiobooks. It was magical. 2nd read: Feb-April 2018I. Am. Dead. I already want to re-read the series again 3rd: August 2018 (audiobook)Listening to this on audiobook was a dream come true. It was like watching a 100% faithful adaptation of ...
  • Reynita Maharani ★ The Night Reader ★
    REVIEW TO COME TOMORROW 'Do not Pity the dead, Harry. Pity the living, and above all, those who live without love.' it still feels weird to me me for finishing this series. I mean, I had read this series since August and I feel really ... weird. I feel like I just bought the first book yesterday instead of months ago. I feel like I just read the first book yesterday instead of months ago. Months ago, I thought I would feel okay when I finished th...
  • may ❀
    no one ask me about the book bc i literally remember nothing from it. also the ending was cute. also im bitter about (view spoiler)[ FRED AND LUPIN AND DOBBY DYING WHY THE HELL (hide spoiler)] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~look at me finishing this series :') and it only took 20 years im not even kidding herei feel like this is an unpopular opinion but.....i kinda hardcore ship hermione and ron bye
  • Rion
    ***SPOILERS:From an interview with Rowling on the Today show:http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19...Rowling said her original epilogue was “a lot more detailed,” including the name of every child born to the Weasley clan in the past 19 years. (Victoire, who was snogging Teddy — Lupin and Tonks’ son — is Bill and Fleur’s eldest.)Harry, Ron and HermioneWe know that Harry marries Ginny and has three kids, essentially, as Rowling explains, crea...
  • Christy
    I started the Harry Potter audio books at the end of August 2016. It took me a little over 4 months to listen to them all (I fit a few others in-between) but I’m so happy I finally finished. If you haven’t read them before, or you’re a long time fan looking for a re-read I can’t recommend the audio books enough. Jim Dale does a fantastic job with the narration. I can see myself going back one day and listening to them all over again! Now ...