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Harry Potter Book Seven - Fans Wonder While They Wait

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the seventh book in the Harry Potter series, is one of the most awaited books of all time. As we all hold our breath for the final release of this book (hoping that it ends the way as we have been imaging it will for all these years), we simply cannot help keeping our eyes peeled to catch a slip or two from the author to know what it is all about.

As Harry Potter fans already know, this is the continuing story about Harry Potter's magical training, and his adventures during his last year at Hogwarts. As Harry enters his last year at Hogwarts, it can be well expected that he will face even more danger than he has experienced during his previous years, as each succeeding school year has been fraught with ever-increasing peril. Not only must he solve the unknown mysteries and bring an end to the Dark Lord's rising power for once and for all, he must also make sure to do it as fast as possible before it's forever too late.

The plot is expected to be particularly exciting this time, since after the deaths of several of his allies, Harry is now practically all alone, and must work on the details on his own. There are a number of Harry's friends who are still alive and are sure to offer him their continued support, but Harry will most likely feel keenly the absence of some older and wiser figures whom he had come to rely heavily upon. This is the book where the climax will certainly reach its peak.

According to author J.K Rowling, this is her personal favorite in the series, and she is rather pleased at having ended it the way she has. Due to be released on 21st of July, 2007, for the first time at 0.01 (according to the British Summer Time), the book is to be published in a number of other languages and versions as well. The British version will apparently consist of 608 pages, and is to be published by Scholastic Press and Bloomsbury Publishing PLC.

According to statements of the author, J.K Rowling, book seven continues the story lines set up in the previous book, Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince. Book Seven also continues the overall story, solving the mysteries and completing the epic sweep of Harry's years at Hogwarts and (hopefully) tying up all the loose ends remaining from the previous six volumes. Some of greatest mysteries that remain unsolved include the question of Snape's loyalty, the changes to be made at Hogwarts (if it continues to function at all), the result of Harry's trip to his parental house (which he is apparently going to make this year, accompanied by his two best friends), the consequences of the expiration of the magical protection set by Dumbledore on the Dursley's house, and the results of Harry's quest for the rest of the Horcruxes that he must destroy as soon as possible.

It is expected, of course, that the final Harry Potter book breaking yet more records with its sales, as the "muggle" world waits to be swept yet again into the magical world of Wizards and Witches. I plan on purchasing several copies myself -- after all, just in case this turns out to be the last book to ever be penned by our favorite author, we should make sure to give her the best possible farewell, right?

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About The Author: Amy Koelle is a self-confessed Harry Potter junkie (some would say "addict"), and is the Director of Content Creation for She also publishes a monthly Harry Potter newsletter, available at: ==>

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