J. K. Rowling
Harry Potter and the deathly hallows
Anglų k., Bloomsbury, 2007 m., 608 p., kieti virš., aplankas.
Santrauka: A series of “Harry Potter” is, whether someone likes it or not, one of the most popular literary cycles in history. Cycle, which has just come to an end (at least that ensures the author J.K .Rowling). „Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” continues the already commenced at the “Goblet of Fire” gradual process of “darkening” and growing up the main character. What accompanies that process is the plot (again, it is impossible to make it without the death of several characters), and the problems of the young wizard, who is no longer interested in carefree study at Hogwarts. The final battle with Voldemort is approaching, the tension grows, and this translates into the relationships between the characters and the style of descriptions. What has not changed since the beginning of the series is the style and feeling of “being caught” in reading. Twists, surprising solutions, dramatic moments – you will find everything here. You cannot break away from this book. It doesn\’t only apply to children who have definitively ceased to be the target group of Mrs. Rowling. In view of the fact that this is the last volume, crucial question appears – how the end came out? The ending is good. Only so much and that much. There are no excessive fireworks, but it is so satisfying that I hope that in the pursuit of money series will not continue. To sum up, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” is a good ending of the series. This is not the best book in the series, but certainly not the worst. It is worth reading (although because of the complexity of the story, it is better to go through the whole cycle before starting the final piece).