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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Audio Cassette – Audiobook, 20 Aug 2007

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  • Audio Cassette
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC; Classic children's audio cassette ed edition (20 Aug. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0747591113
  • ISBN-13: 978-0747591115
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,531 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 62,861 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The Final Chapter
The pubdate of the seventh and final Harry Potter audio book has been announced, and the rumours are already circulating - what are the Deathly Hallows? Who will make it through to the end? Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows CD Set tells the story of Harry's final year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and this is set to be the best audio book out of the series! .

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'Like the rest of the world, I have to know what happens next.' Kate Saunders, New Statesman

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Format: Hardcover
I read some of the reviews and i felt moved to right my own one. Firstly i would like to say yes the book is more adult than Jk's previous books but i think people are missing the point it is a natural progression not only for the characters but the readers who have grown up with Harry Potter! In my humble opinion this book and all the Harry Potter Books are classics and will stand the test of time. Right back to the book i found it just as avidly a page turner as the previous ones. yes perhaps some of the storylines could have been fleshed out a bit more, but it is easy to criticise, i found this book hugely enjoyable and very uplifting and a triumph of the obvious love and effort JK has put into writing it. I think the story and the many themes running through this book and the previous ones such as the importance of family, a human life, being true to yourself, self sacrifice, never giving up hope, friendship, Love etc... are all things that resonate now and in the future. I cannot thank JK enough.
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Format: Paperback
This is a review I should have written a long time ago, however being convinced that I `just wasn't that into Harry Potter' left me completely oblivious to the full extent of this story, until now. I finished this book one hour ago and I will now consider myself, a full-fledged crazy fan, only ten years later than everybody else. Enjoy.

Title: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Reading time: 2 days
Rating: 9 ½ / 10

Its no secret that J.K.Rowling has an imagination we'd all like to take credit for, however I don't think anyone expected, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, to be as captivating as it was. I, for one, could not put it down. Only after hours of reading would I finally give in to my chronic back ache and or droopy eyelids.

Having been with these characters since they were 11, you already know what you're getting. You feel like you know the score. But what you don't expect is how the unraveling of the story brings you closer to the characters you feel like you know so well. You experience they're conflict when confronted with riddles and clues, you experience them dealing with battle and loss, and amongst this, you experience they're everyday teenage angst as they deal with some long overdue love. I no what your thinking, that they've done these things in the others books too, but I can safely say, never like this. Never in a way that has you glued to your seat, soaking in words like they were crack.

For me Harry Potter has been a constant in my life, for as long as I can remember pointing at old buildings and asking my Mum if I'd found Hogwarts, so reaching the end was always going to be emotional. But I never expected that saying goodbye to Harry, Ron and Hermione would be like losing three old friends.
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Format: Paperback
Having read the whole Harry Potter series twice I still don't think I am either a fanatic or expert. What I can say is that Deathly Hallows is the best book I have ever read and it concludes what is a compelling series of books.

I finished Deathly Hallows for the second time last night and could happily pick it up and start reading it again.
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Format: Hardcover
Amazing how some book can be so good that when you've finished them you get filled up with a sadness and nostalgia that you cant describe. this is one of them.
absoloutly gripping from the first sentence to the last, harry potter and the deathly hallows completes harry's journey in the wonderful, sometimes sad, incredibly dangerous world of magic.
unlike the other books, this novel is full of destruction, death and loss. It doesnt even have the spirit-lifting moments of humor for us to depend on. however, i think this book is enough fast moving that you dont think about it too much and you just become engrossed with the charecters lives. to tell you the truth i find it impossible to fault this book. a 100% must read, and best harry potter ever.
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By Jeremy Walton TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Aug. 2007
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Just about everyone, it seems, has been on the journey with Harry Potter over the past ten years - eagerly awaiting the next installment, devouring it as soon as it appears, and then mulling over the implications, twists and clues as the HP universe takes shape in their minds. I found this final book is a richly satisfying conclusion to the story - exciting, moving and intriguing.

The tight-rope that JKR walks as she endeavours to mix adventure, mystery, morality, emotion and humour into her tale (all the while having to contend with the breathless anticipation of her vast reading public) is almost impossible to stay upright on - to be sure, I thought there were some wobbles here as characters get shunted around locations in a somewhat unrealistic fashion - but her achievement in having captivated our attentions for so long with such a great work of imagination can't be denigrated. This is a fine ending to a wonderful story.
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Format: Kindle Edition
So many pages, but so many questions left unanswered. For example:

- Why are the Weasleys poor? They can DO MAGIC! Even if it is against some kind of wizard rule to magic money out of thin air, it can't be that hard to rustle up a few quid if you can make things appear and disappear at will...

- What the Hell do adult wizards do? There is limited careers advice at Hogwarts, which is perhaps not surprising given that lack of career options available to wizards after they leave school. These comprise a) teach at Hogwarts, b) work at Ministry of Magic or c) become a lone crackpot. The majority will end up at the Ministry; a vast organisation looking after wizards, the majority of whom appear to work in that very building. Who on Earth pays for all these bureaucrats? One can only assume that the Weasleys' apparent poverty is the result of the extreme taxation that has to be applied to pay for the running of the Ministry...

- Who sets the curriculum at Hogwarts? It is unsurprising that wizards can do almost nothing when they leave school because they are lacking basic skills. Maths, anyone? The nearest they get to numerical work is arithmancy, but only Hermione seems to take this subject. (What does the arithmancy teacher do while waiting for Hermione to turn up?). Even for a wizard, it is more important to be able to add up a bill, write a sentence, speak a couple of words of French, or turn a mouse into a chicken and back again? It's OK, though, because one of the subjects that did make the cut is divination, despite it being an open secret that the teacher is incompetent and that the subject is nonsense...

- How does anyone get better at Quidditch? Sporting options at limited at Hogwarts.
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