February 27th, 2012
I have finally come to the end of my journey and am left with that inexplicable hollow feeling of finishing a good book and knowing that there is no eighth Harry Potter sequel.
This book is perfect. Not only does J.K.Rowling give you an ending to satisfy even the most annoying Harry fan but she brings in the whole new element of the search for the Deathly Hallows (invisibility cloak, resurection stone, Elder Wand). J.K Rowling ties in all the loose ends and it seems as though every detail is important in the end, when Harry faces Voldemort for the last time. You are left guessing right up until the final five pages and I sat reading on the edge of the sofa, craving to see what happens next but dreading the end of an amazing series. I am not saying too much so that I won’t spoil everything for those who still have to read the books.
I love Harry Potter for many reasons. It is a fantasy book but the messages that come thorough the text are completely human, and inspirational:
*Noticing and caring for those who others overlook (such as Neville and Luna). Harry befriends them and they become some of his most loyal and brave friends. Voldemort discounts such people to his detriment at the end.
*Awareness and respect the importance of other cultures (elves, centaurs, goblins). Wizards treat them badly and there is an uprising at the end.
*Love is the most powerful thing that exists and the power of sacrifice. (Snape)

I have finally come to the end of my journey and am left with that inexplicable hollow feeling of finishing a good book and knowing that there is no eighth Harry Potter sequel.

This book is perfect. Not only does J.K.Rowling give you an ending to satisfy even the most annoying Harry fan but she brings in the whole new element of the search for the Deathly Hallows (invisibility cloak, resurection stone, Elder Wand). J.K Rowling ties in all the loose ends and it seems as though every detail is important in the end, when Harry faces Voldemort for the last time. You are left guessing right up until the final five pages and I sat reading on the edge of the sofa, craving to see what happens next but dreading the end of an amazing series. I am not saying too much so that I won’t spoil everything for those who still have to read the books.

I love Harry Potter for many reasons. It is a fantasy book but the messages that come thorough the text are completely human, and inspirational:

*Noticing and caring for those who others overlook (such as Neville and Luna). Harry befriends them and they become some of his most loyal and brave friends. Voldemort discounts such people to his detriment at the end.

*Awareness and respect the importance of other cultures (elves, centaurs, goblins). Wizards treat them badly and there is an uprising at the end.

*Love is the most powerful thing that exists and the power of sacrifice. (Snape)

February 20th, 2012
You are probably pretty sick of the predictability of my blog at the moment… SUPRISE HP AND THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE!This book and the third book are my favorite in the series.
Don’t worry… six books down, just the last one to go.
Seriously, if you haven’t read HP, get on it. 

You are probably pretty sick of the predictability of my blog at the moment… SUPRISE HP AND THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE!
This book and the third book are my favorite in the series.

Don’t worry… six books down, just the last one to go.

Seriously, if you haven’t read HP, get on it.