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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling
With Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J. K. Rowling finally brings the Harry Potter saga to an end. Harry is now 17 and in full control of his magical powers, yet the danger from Voldemort increases as the two head for the final showdown. Harry has already lost his parents, Sirius, and Dumbledore, and the role life has thrust upon him endangers not just himself, but those closest to him. Harry must not just battle with Voldemort's followers who have infiltrated Hogwarts and the Ministry of Magic, but also the same inner temptations that claimed Voldemort's soul. Harry must choose to search for the Horcruxes which can be used to defeat Voldemort, or to pursue the magical Hallows which would make him the master of Death. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has received glowing reviews with the New York Times saying, "The world of Harry Potter is a place where the mundane and the marvelous, the ordinary and the surreal coexist. Itís a place where cars can fly and owls can deliver the mail, a place where paintings talk and a mirror reflects peopleís innermost desires. Itís also a place utterly recognizable to readers, a place where death and the catastrophes of daily life are inevitable, and peopleís lives are defined by love and loss and hope — the same way they are in our own mortal world."