Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the final instalment of the Harry Potter (HP) series. This book continues after the death of Albus Dumbledore, the former headmaster of Hogwarts in the previous book. Harry Potter has come of age for a wizard and he started on his assignment from late Professor Dumbledore to find Voldermort’s Horcruxes and destroyed it. He knew of the great importance of finding those items in order to defeat Lord Voldermort. He set off with his two best friends, Hermione and Ron, on the daunting quest with many challenges ahead of them.
This book tied up the loose ends from all the previous books with detailed and great writing by J.K Rowling. The sacrificed of characters close to heart; Fred, Lupin, Tonks, Mad Eye Moody and Snape was unbearable for the reader to continue on with the journey. The challenging quest Harry had with Hermione and Ron tested their perseverance, determination, courage, strength, mind and most importantly their friendship. Even though there were setbacks among themselves, they proved to be dedicated and sincere to each other with each own heavy losses. The epic battle between Harry and Lord Voldermort was worth the wait due to the strong agendas each have for defeating the other. Harry truly learnt the true meaning of love, life and sacrifice. This last book proved that the magical community J.K Rowling developed over the years that intrigued the readers are more than fantasy but great qualities to be discovered and learnt when reading.
With conviction, J.K Rowling had ended the epic Harry Potter series on a high note. The thrilling adventures with comprehensive back story to each characters of the book made the readers felt content with the ending of the series. I love that the Harry Potter series are not for readers to escape and live their lives in the fantasy world but also learnt many important values that I have listed above. J.K Rowling writings had evolved positively throughout the entire series and she had definitely allowed her readers to fall in love with the characters as much as she does.