Harry potter is one of those popular and easy readen books that any of us can read.
It doesnt requests deep thought, the language is easy and the story plot is astonishing.
This book continues the previous one ( harry potter and the half blooded prince ), in which harry learns that he must kill voldemort through destroying diffrent things in order to prevent voldemorts rebirth.
The book tells us about harry and his friends, about how they travel between diffrent places to run and kill voldemort, who by now already took over most of the wizardry world.
J. K Rowling is one of the most appreciated writers by myself, her books made millions of people come back to the old fashioned book and read, she kept seven amazingly interesting books and this is a great achivement which most writers cant reffer to.
But does here sucess come only from her imagination, or is there some tendency to other stories or our own human history?
While reading this book, I bumped into some analogies to our world and other fantasy books such as: voldemort hitler, the lock on harry''s neck-the ring from lord of the rings, The sword- Excalibur, and others...
If you look close enough, voldemort wants to the destroy everyone who isnt pure, doesnt it remind you the theory of hitler?
Is it coincidence? or did she really copy or ran out of ideas?
Does the comparison between our real world, our real hatred and the books most evil hero is the one that makes the book so interesting?
Neverthless, the book is wonderful, much more mature then the others ( well harry did grow up himself ).
But I would suggest J. K. Rowling to try a little bit harder next time she writes a book, it better take two years instead of one, but im sure that its better than beeing legaly sued for copying even if it wasnt her intention at all.
J. K. Proved to us in her earliest books ( except of course some parts like the dog the guards the stone, remind me cerberus ) that she has a good imagination, I think that if she would consider thinking more about every part of the story it will be more wonderfull than it is.