Did you enjoy the ending of your book? Why or why not? Describe an alternate ending and why it would or wouldn't be as good a choice as the ending the author chose.

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Monday, August 23, 2010

Garryson Ridgely
The Deathly Hallows by J.k Rowling

The book has been very intriguing so far. Harry Potters protection curse was lifted on his 17th birthday, and he immediately had to be transported from his aunt and uncles house to the burrow. Lord Voldemort finds out the night that Harry is being moved and chases after him. Harry barely makes it past protection charms on his broomstick before Voldemort catches up with him. Hermione and Ron decide to aid Harry on his search for the 6 other horcruxes, but as the search begins Ron leaves both of them and doesn't come back. Harry and Hermione travel to the place where Harry grew up at to look for any clues as to where another horcrux may be and they bump into a woman name Bathilda who has advice on where to find another.....


  1. I have never read any of the Harry Potter books, but have seen all of the movies and I have really enjoyed watching those. The book your reading sounds very good! Why did Ron leave Harry and Hermione? Is this the last book of the series or are there more? I always wonder in the movies if Voldemort is ever going to kill Harry because he has been trying for years, but always unseccessful!

  2. I as well agree with Megan. The book shave never caught my attention, but the movies have. What is the next movie to come out? If this is the last book, do you believe that Harry will dies. Im ready to view the movie.


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