The final book of Harry Potter
series stands true to all the expectations built around it. A fitting
end to the saga that induced an entire generation into reading – it is
an experience more exhilarating than a roller-coaster ride. With this
book the series transcends from the angsty world
of a teenager to the hard and gritty reality of a world falling apart.
As Harry Potter races against all odds, without his mentor, to face
the destiny ordained for him, the reader finds himself as involved as
the protagonist himself. This books draws a vivid image of the
destruction wreaked by Voldemort and his followers, of a Wizarding
World whose infrastructure is crumbling from the inside, of the terror
that only war can bring with itself, of an entire generation suddenly
growing and gearing up to stand up and fight for their beliefs….but
most of all it stands testimonial to the coming of age of Harry Potter
and the birth of a hero. There are many revelations made through the
book that come as shocking to many of the hard-core Harry Potter
readers. Not only does one gain an insight into Dumbledore and his
actions, many facts about Severus Snape are clarified too.
As Harry and
his friends race to destroy the remaining horcruxes (objects that store
pieces of Voldemort’s soul), the legend of the Deathly Hallows takes
the centre-stage as means to defeat Voldemort. The climax builds into a
crescendo as Harry realizes himself to be a host to a fragment of
Voldemort’s soul and faces him on the battlefield to meet his destiny.. Personally, I feel this is J.K.Rowling’s best work till date and this book justifies our faith in her. Not only has she surpassed herself in narration, she keeps a tautened pace that keeps the reader hooked. This is definitely a book to be cherished - magic at its best!!! but j.k somwhat has decided to end her series without long description by just after killing the voldemort she ends the story and again starts 19 years after killing voldemort that is she was in a hurry to end this story.