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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the final book of the epic seven year adventure of the Harry Potter series. The Deathly Hallows is an exceptional book, unlike any other of the series. The magical world faces the evil of the antagonist Lord Voldemort and his supporters more than ever before. Harry, Ron, and Hermione are faced with the daunting mission to trace and destroy Voldemort's fragmented soul while remaining isolated and hidden as wanted criminals in an increasingly precarious society.

The book starts off with action from the very beginning, with the attack on Harry Potter right above his home, resulting in the death of his pet owl and former teacher. This was the first time Rowling has ever started off a book with death hitting so soon, hinting at the dark, evil, sinister mood of the book that will follow unlike any of the others. Harry Potter then decides that he will leave his school of wizardry, in search for the pieces of Voldemort's soul that he must destroy. In all previous six books, Harry Potter went to Hogwarts, his school, where all his magical education and adventures took place. This is another radical change from the ordinary.

The Ministry of Magic becomes corrupted by the evil of Lord Volemort. The top positions inside the ministry become occupied by his death eaters, or faithful servants, who then seek to cleanse the world of people of who are not pure in their magic descent. They then imprison all seditious people, while some escape some and rally against Voldemort. While this is raging, the three main characters are going through their perilous quests, escaping deaths, testing loyalties, and answering questions. The Deathly Hallows is filled with unpredictable revelations and surprises, love and loss.

Harry Potter and his devote friends face many conflicts and tests during this book. From the break-in into the Ministry and capture of locket, to Godric Hollow's near miss with Voldemort, this



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