Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Book - 2007
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It all comes down to this - a final face off between good and evil. You plan to pull out all the stops, but every time you solve one mystery, three more evolve. Do you stay the course you started, despite your lack of progress? Do you detour and follow a new lead that may not help? Do you listen to your instincts, or your friends? Lord Voldemort is preparing for battle and so must Harry. With Ron and Hermione at his side, he's trying to hunt down Voldemort's Horcruxes, escape danger at every turn, and find a way to defeat evil once and for all. How does it all end?
Publisher: Vancouver : Raincoast Books, c2007
Edition: Children's ed
ISBN: 9781551929767
9780545010221
9781551928401
9781408855713
Branch Call Number: J ROW
Characteristics: 607 p. ; 21 cm

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kwgross76 Aug 10, 2017

Not a fan of the Harry Potter series, but I enjoyed its conclusion.

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Lisa2124
Jul 21, 2017

SUPER EXCITED TO READ THIS!!! Hope it is as awesome as you guys says! =)

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indigo_dog_631
Jul 21, 2017

All Harry Potter books are amazing! I absolutely love them, I haven't been disappointed at all with these, books and movies.

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Reneemvg
Jun 30, 2017

This is an action packed adventure were Harry Potter finds himself facing his greatest fears.
Voldemort has risen up an army of many creatures and he has to face Voldemort wether he likes it or not...

I THOROUGHLY LOVE THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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abbi_g
Jun 08, 2017

"Do not pity the dead, Harry. Pity the living, and, above all, those who live without love."

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was a great ending to the series. It's a culmination of everything Harry experienced and encountered in the first six books, plus some. I enjoyed reading the series a lot!

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Gwen7154
Apr 07, 2017

Spellbinding.

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CosmicEnergy
Apr 06, 2017

Pretty lit ending to a great series

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Progamer3248
Mar 25, 2017

HARRY POTTER IS THE BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ!!!I think that this book is for 7 years old and up.harry potter IS A FUN AND INTERESTING BOOK

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handstanding
Mar 25, 2017

A satisfying end to an epic yarn- and though some things are left unresolved, or merely glanced over, the meat of the story is well executed. It would be hard for any author to end this series in a way that everyone enjoys- just rest assured that while not all of your questions will be answered, and while some plot lines seem to simply be left unresolved (Winky anyone?) but the most pressing ends are taken care of. 4/5

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donkeyhote
Jan 10, 2017

The H.P. story is NOT exactly for children - it in phony fiction form describes symbolically the main religious history of the past 2,000 years. If you want to know who IS Voldemort, read "The Second Messiah" book of Christopher Knight. Read it. It's here in VPL! From the comments I see that the naive public has no idea of what the H.P. series is all about. In it everything means something else, and it's a fictionalized form of real history of the Roman Church and the Templar Order. DumbLeader is in fact the Roman Church (and God Creator), the Templars are ValDeMort (=DeathValley in French). Voldemort is not dead, they in fact own the World Bank. I realized all this after I read the books of Christopher Knight. The expression: "Pureblood" means not only those belonging to the secret orders that really exist; it also means something else, which is the dangerous part of it to talk about. So I don't. Now, the expression "Mudblood" popped up first in the French Revolution (instigated by Weishaupt's group) in 1789 and it's included into the Marseillaise (the song). This last episode, the book and the sound recording contain all the slogans of the secret esoteric occult societies that exist today. In fact, this is a "re-framing" (see in NLP what this means) of open insulting of the naive, ignorant, outsider public, who "don't notice nothing" as is said 4 times in the H.P. story. And indeed, the naive, ignorant crowd don't notice the symbolic way of disparaging them. They love the "story" and the "Wiizards" laugh at them and see how superior they are as compared to the dumb "Muggles" (the public.) At first I started to write down the real meaning of the H.P. story, and I could write a 200pg book about it, but it won't ever be allowed to be made public, because our world is in fact ruled and controlled by those secret orders, who are called "Wizards" in the H.P. story. There is one of the secret orders, which has 13 degrees, the 12th being "Magus." Harry is the Jesus figure, adopted by the Roman Church to create Christianity; when the ancient secret orders wanted to kill him, he became the survivor hero of the Christian world, and the secret orders had to go into hiding, some of them inside the Roman Church. Well, if you really want to understand what I say here, read the book of Christopher Knight: "Solomon's Power Brokers." Voldemort's Diary is in fact the scrolls the Templars dug up during the First Crusade, and they re-created the Order from those, on the ancient basis. Read also Christopher Knight's other book "The Second Messiah" and find that when the Roman Church and Philippe the Fair (the French King) attacked the Templars in 1307 AD, that event is symbolically described in the H.P. story as Voldemort coming back to life, but being pushed back to a latent state by Harry piercing the Diary. There was a "Wizards International Convention" in 1228 in Troyes, France, when the resurrection/reorganization of the Order from the scrolls happened. Why don't you notice that the whole story is politically incorrect, and on top of it, it's not fiction?

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Jan 30, 2017

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Sep 24, 2016

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Jun 13, 2016

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blue_dog_8329
Jan 30, 2017

"All was well."

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_abbie15_
Sep 26, 2016

His last laugh etched upon his face

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sarag1
Jul 28, 2016

"'Please!' added Uncle Vernon, wincing slightly as though the word was sharp in his throat.'"

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kk5600
Apr 25, 2016

I know this has already been said but any time I here it, I get all sad like there is a dementor in the room. So here we go....

"Always...."

In loving memory of Alan Rickman 1946-2016

Laura_X Apr 04, 2016

We're all human, aren't we? Every human life is worth the same, and worth saving.

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sarag1
Mar 19, 2016

"'I've had enough trouble for a lifetime.'"

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sarag1
Mar 19, 2016

"'Really gives a feeling for the scope and tragedy of the thing, doesn't it?' said Ron."

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sarag1
Mar 19, 2016

"'NOT MY DAUGHTER, YOU _____!'"

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sarag1
Mar 19, 2016

"'So what if I am?' said Neville loudly."

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sarag1
Mar 19, 2016

"'NO!'
The scream was the more terrible because he had never expected or dreamed that Professor McGonagall could make such a sound."

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pink_panda_1564
Feb 21, 2016

Sexual Content: too much kissing for ages 10 and under

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pinckfamily
Sep 13, 2013

Coarse Language: One swear word and others like "shut up" and "idiot"

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xofairy
Jul 21, 2013

Other: Too awesome,duh!

angiem99 Jan 26, 2013

Other: This book contains epicness

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SOFIA LOZADA
Jan 02, 2013

Other: i agree with LUCYGENET

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LUCYGENET
Aug 03, 2012

Other: Contains awesomeness that not many peoplpe can handle

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ryback
May 04, 2012

Sexual Content: u count kissing

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devourthemonkeys
Jul 19, 2011

Coarse Language: This title contains Coarse Language.

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devourthemonkeys
Jul 19, 2011

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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devourthemonkeys
Jul 19, 2011

Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.

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ayeshanuma1
Jul 30, 2016

Harry potter and the deathly hallows is sire to keep U into the beat. Harry is finally getting ready for the finale battle of all...... destroying Voldemort.mcan he really destroy him or will je get destroyed by himself

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KatrinaS10
Jul 15, 2015

It's the final book in the series and everything is coming to an exhilarating end. A clash between good and evil awaits as Harry, Ron and Hermione prepare for a final battle against Lord Voldemort. Harry is on a mission to rid the world of evil. The friends must search for the Horcruxes that keep Voldemort immortal. Later it all comes down to Harry and Voldemort when they meet at Hogwarts Castle for an epic showdown.

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Mardoch
Jun 28, 2015

Harry faces against Voldemort for the last time. One has to kill the other

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laibaa1999
Jun 22, 2015

Harry potter beats Voldemort

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Trailblazer1527
Feb 20, 2014

It all began with Harry Potter and his journey through the halls of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Now every moment in Harry's life has led to this. The late Albus Dumbledore has left Harry and company on a mission to find and destroy all of the evil Lord Voldemort's Horcruxes. But the ruthless Death Eaters have overthrown the Ministry of Magic and taken over. Now Harry must destroy the Horcruxes, race against time and return to Hogwarts to fight the final showdown with the Dark Lord himself. Neither can live while the other survives as the prophecy states.

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Mogenta
Jul 21, 2012

Harry potter is found to be sent a quest by Albus Dumbeldor after his death by Severus Snape. The quest is to find Voldemort's Very well hidden horuxes and destroy them to finally defeat Voldemort. Now Harry Potter, Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger adventure to find the last two horuxes, and by then if all the horuxes are destroyed Voldemort can at last be defeated. But remember the prophocy: Neither can live while the other survives.

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mazharthegreat
Jun 22, 2012

At a time when the forces of evil seem to be gaining the upper hand, Harry comes of age in the wizarding world, and must take on and defeat Voldemort--or be killed himself. It is the epic conclusion of the whole harry Potter series which includes both Deathly Hallows movies' plot in this book.

Harry, Ron and Hermione have quit Hogwarts and are on the run to do just what they promised Dumbledore - defeat all of Voldemort's horcruxes. But it is not as easy as it looks. Along the way, Harry also overcomes many more mysteries in need of desperate answers - who was this mysterious thief? Was Dumbledore a traitor? Where are the Deathly Hallows?

With all the challenges, and questions ahead of them, Harry, Ron and Hermione strive so hard to find all the horcruxes - only to face a terrible fate back at Hogwarts.

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maxor
Nov 15, 2011

so as harry a lord v or tom riddile face off for the last time.

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LuluY
Aug 15, 2011

An epic end to an epic series. Voldemort has taken over the Ministry and Hogwarts, and the Golden Trio is now on the run. Will they manage to destroy or the Horcruxes before it's too late- or will the Death Eaters catch up with them? How do you remain hidden when the whole world recognizes your face...

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