Monday, August 13, 2007
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The readers take guard. The brilliant and amazing conclusion with the series fascinating it of J.K. Rowling is not for weak heart--such revelations, battles, and treasons wait in Harry Potter and of death sanctifies until no ventilator will return it at the unscathed end. Fortunately, Rowling prepared the faithful readers for the end of its series by giving outside the tales increasingly dark and dangerous of the magic and the mystery, the projectile through with lessons about honor and of contempt, the love and the loss, and right and false with the dropper. To fear not, will not find you any spoiler in our review--to say the piece of ground would ruin the voyage, and Harry Potter and of death sanctifies is an odyssey the tastes whose ventilators of Rowling did not see yet, and is not likely to forget. But we would be negligent if we do not offer a small suggestion before you embark on your final adventure with Harry--to bring the abundance of fabrics.
The heart of book 7 is the mission of a hero--not simply in search for Harry for Horcruxes, but in its voyage of boy to the man--and Harry faces more danger than that found of each of the six combined books, direct threat of the eaters of died and you-know-who, with the dangers subtle of the losing faith in. The attentive readers would make well to remember the warning of Dumbledore about making the choice between “what is exact and what is easy,” and to know that Rowling applies the same difficult principle to the conclusion of its series. While the ventilators will find the answers to the questions with heat speculated about Dumbledore, Snape, and you-know-which, it is a will with the competence of Rowling like storyteller that even the most astute reader and carefullest will be taken by surprise.
A spectacular completion with a phenomenal series, Harry Potter and death sanctifies is bitter read for ventilators. The voyage hard, is filled of events tragic and triumphing, of battle field dirtied with the bodies of expensive and scorned, but the final chapter is as brilliant and without visibility as the flame of Phoenix, and the of the same ventilators and skeptics will emerge from the borders of the history with completion but of the hearts, thoughtless heavy and grateful for the experiment.