It's the end of Harry Potter

Finished reading the last few pages of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows last night (actually, 4am in the morning), and to be honest I was pleasantly surprised that the book was actually quite good. It wasn't as direr as Order of the Phoenix or as draggy as the Half Blood Prince but it wasn't as good as the first 3-4 books. Actually there isn't anyway that this book could have been better than those books, it is just impossible.

The first book, was just magical and took your breath away, and the Prisoners of Azkaban was by far the best book, but the last was worth reading. There were parts in the middle that you wish that J.K. Rowling would just skip and get to the part where Harry met his final encounter with the Dark Lord. But after the bit where Harry was at Bill's and Fleur's place it got interesting and this was the part where you just couldn't put the book down. Actually I should say when they were at Malfoy's place... yeah there, it got interesting there.

You learn a lot about Dumbledore's secrets and also a lot of Snape's secrets, good or bad I will not tell but the amount of twists and turns you get from reading these secrets were mind blowing. Now comes the final encounter, and to be honest it was a bit of an anti-climax, maybe I was expecting more. It was a decent ending, but I just don't like how the person that was defeated was defeated by chance and luck, since it wasn't planned that way... LOL... well I must be fussy.

Anyway, I leave you with what I think was an error at the last chapter of the book. Teddy, how old is he by the way? Should he really be there in that place at that particular time. Shouldn't he be too old to be there??? Or maybe I got it wrong and he was there seeing off Voctoire. Must be the later...

Edit: After reading the text more closely, it turns out it was the later and it was not an error... LOL.. my wrong


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