Book title: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Author: J.K Rowling
Blurb: This (edition of the) book doesn't have a blurb all it says is:
"We now present the seventh and final installment in the epic tale of Harry Potter"
followed by a few quotes of journalists feedback (read praise). The most notable being:
"It's pure pleasure to watch Rowling showing off her chops, managing the tension and throttling the pace up and down, and it's also a precious gift to the reader... As a farewell to the series, Deathly Hallows is everything fans could hope for".
Recommended for: 11+ (adults will really like this book)
(This is a little less structured, has some of my own opinion and what the book is about)
(HRH stands for Harry, Ron, Hermione)
I agree with it, from Death eaters turning up at the end of Bill and Fleur's wedding, (HRH narrowly escape, only to run in to more Death eaters minutes later), Ron destroying the locket which almost destroyed him, HRH's break in to Gringotts, Harry becoming godfather of Lupin and Tonks baby, Harry being twice saved by Aberfoth (who's that? you might say, but you'll have to wait), Ron and Hermione's kiss in the chamber of secrets after destroying another Horcrux, and not to mention the exciting, thrilling and downright epic battle of Hogwarts. Fought between Voldermort's army and the teachers,students and the order of the Phoenix.
The 759 pages do not disappoint!