Last night, after almost six months, I finally finished the last Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Yes I know I might seem to anyone like a s-l-o-w reader, but I read it slowly on purpose. I was slow because I like Harry Potter books a lot, and I enjoy reading them, so if I read it too quickly I would be left out with no more HP to read. So I decided to read two chapters of the book each week.
Just wanted to share a few opinions...
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It was a great book, worthy of the Harry Potter series. The last two chapters had me on the edge of the seat. I am glad that there were no main characters deaths (Hermione, Ron or Harry). The deaths of Lupin, Tonks, and Moody were sad, but Fred's death was the saddest. It did ended as I expected, with Voldermort dead and Harry Potter "The boy who lived" alive. It was a nice touch that Voldermort died by it's own curse backfiring.
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I am sad that there will be no more Harry Potter books, but at least we have the movies to look forward to.
It's been great knowing you Harry, good bye and farewell!