Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The Deathly Hallows

My Review of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

     The hallows, the heartbreak, the horror.  Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, by J.K. Rowling, was the hardest book of the Harry Potter series to get through because of the death of Dumbledore, but here's how they got through without him.  Dumbledore left Harry, Ron, and Hermione with a mission to destroy all of Voldemort's horcruxes which are filled with not-so-fun surprises. Voldermort is basically taking over Britain.  There are so many Deatheaters and nobody in Britain is safe.

     Deathly Hallows is hard to get through but don't get too sad, we've got some new characters, like Abeforth, to enjoy.  I give this book 5 monsters for it's well written, emotional scenes and because of its characters.  I love all of the action and I like that you find more things about the characters in this book.  I also like the dramatic scenes in this book.  And there are plenty of them.
     I love this series because of the author.  Lots of people just see the movies but they are never as good as the books.  I have to say that Ron and Dobby were my favorite characters, but I love all of them.  It was an awesome series and I'm sad it had to come to an end.

All Aboard! I'm leaving for Hogwarts.

This is J. K. Rowling's website:

Scholastic has a GREAT site to explore the Harry Potter Series, make sure you check it out, too:

To be a part of Harry Potter's World I think you should try POTTERMORE.  It's a website that lets you experience all the things you read about in the books.

This year my parents took me to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.  I loved it!  I hope I get to go back soon.  Here are some pictures from our trip.

This is what Hogwarts looks like.

I tried the Pumpkin Juice.  It was good, but I really loved the Butterbeer best!

I loved all the cool shop fronts, but I was disappointed when I figured out I couldn't go in them.

 Another shop front.
 The Butterbeer was probably the best drink I've ever tasted!

1 comment:

  1. I am a huge HP fan! I would love to go to Wizarding World of HP. I am so jealous. Awesome pictures. It looks like such fun. I have read all of the books many times- and enjoy listening to HP on audio when I go to sleep. The reader, Jim Dale, is just amazing! Great review of book 7. :)