Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the seventh and final book in the Harry Potter series of novels by JK Rowling. The book is scheduled to be published in deluruh the world in countries that speak English soon after twelve o’clock the night (0:01), British Summer Time on July 21, 2007. In the United States (which includes several different time zones), it will be published for sale in each time zone at 00:01 local time, several hours after the English-speaking country to another.
This book reaches the highest in the two best-selling books list on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble in just a few hours after the date of its publication declared on February 1, 2007. [Shop sales, such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Borders reported that more orders made to this book than any other book in history). Publisher Scholastic U.S. also announced that they will print 12 million copies for a start. The book is expected to have 608 pages in the British edition and 784 pages in the American edition.
Rowling make a general request to anyone who has the initial information about the last book to keep it secret to avoid interference with the reading experience of other fans who do not want to know the end of the story before time. Various speculations about the possibility of the end of this book was reported in the mingu-weeks prior to publication. Background of this series Harry Potter series was originally published as a children’s book by British publisher Bloomsbury and U.S. publisher Scholastic Press. Each book tells of a school year for the characters involved and following the tradition of children’s book series of the life of the school. But unlike a traditional series that follow this format, each new book becomes more mature group of target readers (in addition to the age of the main characters), grow in difficulty and scope, and the more horrific than the previous manuscripts.
Originally, the book is rather thin (223 pages in the “Philosopher’s Stone” edition of the United Kingdom and 309 pages vein in the “Sorcerer’s Stone” edition of the United States, but has increased in line with the series (766 pages in the “Order of the Phoenix “edition of the United Kingdom and 870 pages in the” Order of the Phoenix “U.S. edition). These books contain elements of fantasy and kesaktian incorporating novel approach to the investigation. Each involves the problem of their own copies and the tasks you need resolved by the main characters and adding background information about the magical world of this fantasy.