Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows – A Spectacular Conclusion


After long waiting, JK Rowling the renamed English storyteller finally unveiled Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the seventh and the last book of the phenomenal series, Harry Potter. The breathtaking conclusion to JK Rowling's series has more more excitement for the readers. With great revelations, battles, and betrayals the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will leave spellbound almost every fan.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is more about coming in to the terms with the ultimate reality– death, which every person has to face one day. Despite many rumors and interpretations, Rowling's seventh book has been widely acclaimed by the readers, because she is quite successful creating suspense by narrating increasingly dark and dangerous tales of magic and adventure, mingled with lessons of honor and protest. It is another odyssey highlighting spellbinding tales of love and loss, and right and wrong.

The world of Harry Potter , as dictated by the author coexists between the mundane and marvellous, and so is the mortal world. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows is more about Harry's mission of life, ie, not only about finding and destroying the Horcruxes, but it is his journey from boyhood to manhood. Here the protagonist Harry faces more danger than those published in the previous books. Harry is haunted by direct threat of the Death Eaters and is in constant dilemma of losing faith in himself. Rowling applies the same notification of Dumbledore's warning about making choices between what is right and what is easy to conclude the story.

No doubt, the Potter fans will get the answers of most of the mysterious questions, particularly the debated questions about Dumbledore and Snape. However, the 7th book of the Harry Potter series is an embodiment of JK Rowling's extraordinary imaginary power.

Rowling's inclination towards the Christian concept of resurrection and accepting of self decay and disintegration is evident here from the way she crafts the conclusion of the series. As Rowling concludes, she glorifies parental bond – its power of conferring sacred protection to the children. She gives a spectacular conclusion to the series by gifting her favorite character with precious boon of parental love, including immortality.

Before pre-release and internet leakage of the book before its official publication, reader's enthusiasm is not marred, which is clear from its record sales of 8.3 million copies in the first 24 hours in the USA alone.

Source by Fletcher Mak