Monday, December 14, 2009

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows by J.K Rowling, reviewed by Meghna Khera

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows by J.K Rowling

Reviewed by
Name: Meghna Khera (13 years)
School: Carmel Convent School, Malcha Marg, Chanakya Puri, New Delhi-110021

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- the last book in the series is darkly plotted, adventurous and emotive. In this last adventure of Harry Potter and his friends, the eminence of love, friendship and family has been placed above all other magic in their wizarding world. This book is the key to all that had been frequently questioned by the readers of the preceding six books. With a range of newer and more complex magical spells and potions, Rowling makes the reader believe that there does exist this supernatural hidden world of witches and wizards. Besides skillfully describing how Harry and his friends Ron and Hermione search Voldemort’s horcruxes, the author also beautifully portrays the value of one’s life and those near and dear ones. To add to the excellence of the book, Rowling also describes the school life of Harry’s parents, friends and their Slytherin foe- Severus Snape. Where Rowling does not shine however is ending the book without further description of events and leading it into the future. Nevertheless overall, this is a majestic novel, unique in its style and superiority.

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