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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Among all the books I have read so far, I thoroughly enjoyed reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows written by J.K.Rowling. It was first published by Bloomsbury in 2007. It is my favourite book because I am a person who likes to encounter fantasies, comedy and adventures in my life and all these excitements, at the same time can be experienced in the Harry Potter series; especially in Deathly Hallows which makes it really an interesting story.Harry Potter has embarked on a mission to find the killer of his parents. In this journey he finds out who his enemy is and there is a twist of a scar through which his enemy can track him and his actions. Harry Potter is schooling at a famous school of magic called ‘Hogwarts’ and he is amazing in magic and has got some of his powers from his parents by birth. Hence, it’s an obvious fact that his enemies fear that Harry will be a talented wizard and make himself famous and set himself as the inspiration of Hogwarts. The fantasies around the story take me into an imaginary world and let me feel the excitement of adventures while reading this story book. Rowling’s wonderful writing makes anyone want to read this story again and again. I would recommend every child to read this story and feel the excitement that you shouldn’t miss as a child-reader.

Eashmi Akarsha Cooray,

Grade 7,

Alethea International School,