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ePub Ü mobi Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ☆ 9780545010221 ½ [EPUB] ✼ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ✿ J.K. Rowling – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk 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 thDeath Eaters will not be far behindThe protective charm that has kept him safe until now is broken But the Dark Lord is breathing fear into everything he loves And he kno A 86% | Extraordinary Notes A bittersweet bewitchment all stumble back and rally the touchy truth of bitter youth and fevered feelings to finale

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Ws he can’t keep hidingTo stop Voldemort Harry knows he must find the remaining Horcruxes and destroy themHe will have to face his enemy in one final battle jkrowlingcom 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 once¹ 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 definition of literature is pretty broad it seems like it should really only apply to works with some definable ualitative value or literary merit In this case my friends were wrong—Rowling explores themes and concepts in this series that I think are valuable to children and young adults who look to her characters for ualities they seek to emulate and I believe her works will have lasting impact on this and future generationsI’ve heard it said before that everything you need to know you’ve learned in kindergarten Well that might be somewhat of an oversimplification but I do think children or young adults who grow into this series seeing Harry and his friends mature as they themselves mature can glean some pretty important life lessons from it They are impressionable human beings who are learning about themselves and are starting to make the choices that reflect the kinds of people they want to beSo what does Harry Potter teach them? Well here is a bullet list of what it has taught me And if you’re good I’ll think about turning this into a PowerPoint presentation Or maybe not• The uality of your character is not a reflection of where you come from or who your parents are; rather it is a reflection of the choices you make so make them wisely• The way you treat other people especially those less fortunate than you reveals your true colors uickly and completely than almost anything else you do• It is a good thing to have dreams and ambitions but that alone is not enough You cannot expect success without effort• It is far less important what your abilities are than what you actually do with them Your abilities alone do not define you• Nobody likes to fail but to refuse an attempt at success on the grounds that you’re afraid to fail is failure in itselfGrowing up is about figuring out who you are and coming to terms with your strengths and weaknesses and it is about deciding how to utilize the strengths and mitigate the weaknesses in order to become a better person It’s a lifelong struggle but it starts early and I think Harry Potter offers the tools to help achieve that It can help young people find their way and maybe that’s an oversimplification for a seven volume series of novels but that’s what I got out of it and that’s why I will recommend this to my kids as they start to become ready for some life lessons of their own¹This is misleading; I’ve been made fun of countless countless times

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Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsHarry 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 “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 eitherIn Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows the seventh and final installment of the ridiculously popular Harry Potter series JK Rowling brilliantly ties up every loose end that she has planted over the last ten years since the very first outing of the series was published in 1997 Truly Rowling has learned exactly what her fans want and subseuently delivers a book that answers every Potterhead’s uestions — and then some Not only does Deathly Hallows revisit key places and characters from all of the previous six books but Rowling even manages to make clever references to previous bits of dialogue from her earlier books Case in point near the end of the first Potter book after Hermione fails to see the magical solution to saving the trio from a nasty patch of Devil’s Snare Harry’s best mate Ron bellows “HAVE YOU GONE MAD? ARE YOU A WITCH OR NOT?” Now six years later Hermione finally gets her revenge on her red headed friend when Ron believes that all is lost until Hermione yells to him “Are you a wizard or what?” thus reminding Ron to use his wand to solve their problem Subtle references such as this are a large part of what makes Rowling’s books so enjoyable to re read as there are always deeper meanings and additional allusions that are often only discovered via multiple read throughsHarry’s bold statement regarding his own potential death is also a prime example of how much Rowling truly wrote Harry’s last tale for her long time fans This line seems to read as a secret “shout out” to the Potterites who have also known for years that the series might not end happily ever after The prophecy in the fifth book revealed that “neither shall live while the other survives” and therefore by the end of book seven either Harry or Voldemort had to die Rowling cleverly fills her last installment with so many twists turns and complications however that it becomes practically impossible to determine which way this book is going to end More than any of the other Potter books Deathly Hallows is a true uest narrative with the trio spending the majority of the story hunting for horcruxes and hallows whilst evading capture by Voldemort’s Death Eaters The multiple close calls that all three main characters find themselves in throughout the book add to the tension that continues to build until the predictably bloody battle at the end of the tale The book does after all chronicle a brutal war so be prepared for a lot of killing and conseuently a lot of tears This is not to say that Deathly Hallows doesn’t offer up a great deal of laughs as well The hilarious twins Fred and George Weasley make several appearances to ensure that the book isn’t all doom and gloom By far the funniest part of the story is the secret radio show Potterwatch anonymously hosted by former Hogwarts uidditch commentator Lee Jordan with special appearances from Fred George and ex Defence Against the Dark Arts professor Remus Lupin Rowling perfectly mixes this blend of humour tragedy and adventure so that her epic length novel never lags or dragsTo write a 607 page book that millions of die hard fans around the world are able to devour in less than 24 hours is no mean feat but Rowling’s farewell to the Boy Who Lived is an incredibly gripping page turner that will leave all Potter lovers immensely satisfied

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