Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the final book in the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling. In this finale Harry and his friends have forsaken school after the death of Dumbledore. They are looking for a way to finally defeat Voldemort once and for all and the secret to that seems to lie in an old tale of the Deathly Hallows which has long been considered a legend. But Harry, Hermione and Ron know that the Hallows are not just a legend and they are going to have do everything in their power to find them all.
The Deathly Hallows
There are three Deathly Hallows that have been passed down or stolen for generations ever since Death passed them to three brothers as they went about their lives. The invisibility cloak, the elder wand and the resurrection stone together are the only way to defeat Voldemort once and for all and ensure that he never again returns to the wizarding world or any world at all. They are the only combination that could possibly win out and only one person will be able to wield all three together.
In order to find the Hallows, Harry and his friends will have to face many tests. They will have to go through terrible trials and destroy all seven of the Horcruxes that Voldemort has been creating throughout the years. They will also have to suffer through the loss of many dear friends and allies. After all, not everyone can make it out of a war alive and this is about the be the biggest war that the wizarding world has ever seen. The ultimate showdown will occur over only a few hour span and yet, it will seem like an eternity for those who live through it.
The end of the war and the end of life as everyone knows it will be interesting to say the least and yet, things may just go on to be better than they ever were before. If they can defeat Voldemort there will be happiness that the wizarding world has not known since his arrival over 50 years before. There will be bloodshed and there will be tears but there will, at the same time, be more love, friendship and happiness than any of them could ever imagine. After all, how could anything that starts with a wedding and ends with children going off to school be completely bad?