Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was not my favorite of the Potter series, but it was still amazing end. J.K. Rowling is definitely a fantastic author, and I applaude her for how well put-together the entire series was. Her writing and storytelling throughout the series improved tremendously, turing a fun children's story into a series awed by all ages. Her foreshadowing and little clues and side-plots left in previous books were all too clever, and by pulling them all together in this final book, it made it all the more exciting for me to pick them out as I reread the series again and again. Rowling also has an incredible talent for creating real characters, even in a fantasy world. Even the most trivial characters each had their own different personalities, and the flaws, weaknesses, and emotions displayed by all characters are factors many other authors fail to include in their books.
The overall plot of The Deathly Hallows, as well as all the side-plots, were extremely suspenceful, hooking you on and not letting go until you turn the final page. So many questions left unanswered, so many crucial moments we do not yet understand, this book covers them all, closing all gaps and leaving us breathless in amazement. Although we are drawn in by the imaginative world Rowling creates, there is so much more to this book, and series in general, than just a fantasy story. Deeper meanings are hidden along the lines, showing the very worst of human nature, as well as the very best. To those who have not yet read Harry Potter, this may be difficult to understand, considering that you only know the summary of this series, and may or may not be intersted in it. But let me tell you that this series is great for fantasy lovers, fun for book readers, and magnificent for anyone with an open and understanding mind. It's not just another fantasy series afterall, and it will truely capture your heart and mind.