Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Book 7)

Book 7 of 8 in the Harry Potter Series
Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 6 - 8Grades 5 - 12Z6.9198227
The magnificent final book in J. K. Rowling's seven-part saga comes to readers July 21, 2007.

You'll find out July 21!
Hardcover, 608 pages
ISBN-10: 0457954728
ISBN-13: 9780457954729
558 Book Reviews
  • bossgirlpower52
    bossgirlpower525 days55 stars
    my fav book!
    • hadley_theslaye
      hadley_theslaye7 days55 stars
      i read the others
      • layer
        layer19 days55 stars
        It was a great book
        • egirl_ebody
          I absolutely love the Harry potter series but I don't have any, I've always rented them from the library, the books are alot better than the movies, yes, the actors are iconic and Oh so gorgeous, but the dont have the movie the same from the book. But, kudos to Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and all other actors!! God bless you😇😇
          • amylove133
            amylove133about 1 month
            Amazing book
            • 32156kk
              32156kk3 months55 stars
              exciting it is!LOVE IT!!!!!!!!
              • chromatic1
                chromatic15 months55 stars
                Guys I've literally read the series so many times. Its that good. Harry Potter is like a literature must.
                • dolphinqueen18
                  dolphinqueen185 months55 stars
                  This book is awesome! I love the HP series and love this book! It is the quest to find and destroy the Horcruxes, and finally leads up to the Battle of Hogwarts. A lot of characters die, so sorry if those are some of your favorites. So, I would rate this book 9 out of 10 (because of some characters dying). I love this book! Have a nice day :)
                  • absorbxfiona
                    absorbxfiona5 months55 stars
                    I'm reading this for the 3rd time
                    • lumber_mouse
                      lumber_mouse6 months55 stars
                      I just re-read the Deathly Hallows & it's still one of my favorites, with Prizoner of Azkaban. Most people don't know that J.K. Rowling studied politics and was inspired by the academic work of Jessica Mitford