Jun 19, 2021AkashSeelam rated this title 4 out of 5 stars
Harry has a job: destroy all of Voldemort's Horcruxes, and then kill Voldemort himself. However, this won't be easy. After 6 years of living in fear, Harry finally has a purpose and a goal. Getting past Death Eaters, trolls, goblins, and dragons won't be easy, however. This book was the third-best Harry Potter book, in my opinion. The dynamic between Harry, Hermione, and Ron is tested in this book, which was a smart thing to do. It was very enjoyable to read, and very simple to understand. This book is good for anyone over 13 years of age, because of scenes depicting both death and destruction. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who has read the other Harry Potter books because it is very descriptive and fills up all the plot holes mentioned in the other books. One problem I have with this book is that the ending wasn't that satisfactory, and the final interaction between Harry and Voldemort was anticlimactic. Other than that, however, it was a good read.