During the course of our Summer Reading Program, several reviews for various books in the Harry Potter series were submitted to our Customer Reviews pages on the libraries' BookGuide reader site. Here are the reviews for the final book in the Potter series:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
by J.K. Rowling [j Rowling]
was one of the most exciting of the series. It was really good, except
that too many people died. Rowling did a very good job with this book
and she made sure that everything was explained from the past books.
This book is not a waste of your time. I'm planning on reading it again. -- review submitted by Felicity N. - a customer of the Gere Branch Library
I picked up this book because it was the last book in the series and I
had to finish it. I would definetly recommend this book because it's a
real hooker. I couldn't put it down. I think the title really refers to
the book, because many people die in the book. It also has a great
ending! One of the best books I've ever read! -- review submitted by Amilia B. - another customer of the Gere Branch Library
This is the last gripping installment of the Harry Potter series.
Voldemort is rising to power and Harry and his friends must find and
destroy all Horacruxs. They leave Hogwarts to search. They try and
discover the secrets of what really is happening. People are lost, war
is in full swing. They must stop Voldemort form taking power. When they
return to Hogwarts war is all over the school. When Harry agrees to
surrender, he learns something: He is the last Horcrux. He will have to
die to defeat Voldemort. What does he do? Read to find out! -- review submitted by Ashley A. - another customer of the Gere Branch Library
Have you read this one? What did you think? Did you find these reviews helpful?
New Customer Reviews appear regularly in the pages of the BookGuide web site, particularly during the Summer Reading Program. You can visit the Customer Reviews page to see them all and/or submit your own, or watch them appear here in the BookGuide blog individually as we receive them.