Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows
The Deathly Hallows marks the 7th and final installment of the wildly popular Harry Potter series.
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Kids' Book Reviews
Renae age 12
The seventh book of the Harry Potter series marks the his last adventure. The Ministry has fallen and Dumbledore is dead. Chaos is everywhere. People disappear everyday to turn up dead a few days later, even Muggles. Voldemort has gathered an army of monsters, witches, and wizards who are all loyal to him. Harry and his friends race to find the remaining Horcruxes...before it is too late.
My favorite character is Tonks. Her full name is Nymphadora Tonks, but she doesn't allow anyone to call her that. She is a Metamorphmagus, which means she can change her appearance at will. Her hair color can range from bright pink to dark blue and every other color you can think of. She is very clumsy and happy. She is also an Auror in the Ministry of Magic. Or was until it fell.
Harry Potter andthe Deathly Hallows is the last and definitly the best book in the series. Over 700 pages long, it basically holds the reader prisoner until suddenly...poof! It's done. The series is over and finished. I read this book when I was probably around 9 or 10 and I finished in three days. I would recommend this book for ages 10 and up.
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Elsie Jo, age 11
"This heart-stopping fantasy is carefully written with wonderful style. It will capture you!
By J.K. Rowling, it is Harry’s 7th year at Hogwarts, but he’s not going to school. He has to take to the hills because he is wanted among the ministry. And they are taking desperate measures to get him. Follow Harry and his friends as they disguise themselves, eat boiled mushrooms and escape enemies far greater than themselves.
It I have to pick a favorite character in this book, it is Hermione because she did so much for Harry and Ron. She always stayed with Harry even though she was tired and discouraged.
I loved this book. It is one of my favorites. Although it was one of my least favorites too, because it marked the end of the Harry Potter series. I didn’t like how some of the best characters died. I would recommend this book for ages 11 and up. Or anyone who has read all the rest of the books."
Renae, age 9
"The last fantasy Harry Potter book had to be my favorite in this series. I can’t tell you everything, but I can say that Harry, Ron, Hermione and lots of others are on the run from the most powerful wizard in all times.
I liked this whole book.
There were some sad parts that I didn’t like very much, but I liked the rest.
I don’t really have a favorite character in this book because almost everyone is having an adventure.
I would recommend this book for kids ages 10 and up."
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