Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Author

J. K. Rowling

Illustrators

Jason Cockcroft (Bloomsbury) Mary GrandPré(Scholastic)

Genre

Fantasy

Publishers

Bloomsbury (UK) Arthur A. Levine/ Scholastic (US) Raincoast (Canada)

in the United States by Scholastic. Swedish. and it was listed as a "Best Book for Young Adults" by the American Library Association. The book was released on 21 July 2007.[1] including more than 11 million in the U. nine million in its first day. and U. Seven Sales 44 million (worldwide)[1] Story timeline 26 July 1997 ± 2 May 1998 and 1 September 2017 Chapters 36 chapters and an epilogue Pages 607 (UK) 759 (US) Preceded by Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the seventh and final of the Harry Potter novels written by British author J.K. [6] Several awards were given to the novel. and leads to the long-awaited final confrontation between Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort. The previous record. with part one's release date in November 2010. alone. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was published in the United Kingdom by Bloomsbury Publishing. A two-part film based on the novel is in the works. Deathly Hallows broke sales records as the fastest-selling book ever. ending the series that began in 1997 with the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. [3] including Ukrainian. and in Australia and New Zealand by Allen & Unwin. Polish [4] [5] and Hindi. Contents [hide] . This book chronicles the events directly following Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2005). Released globally in ninety-three countries. in Canada by Raincoast Books. K. had been held by Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. It sold 15 million copies in the first twenty-four hours following its release. [2] The novel has also been translated into numerous languages. Rowling.S. including the 2008 Colorado Blue Spruce Book Award.Released 21 July 2007 Book no. [7] Reception to the book was generally positive. although some reviewers found the characters to be repetitive or unchanging.

1 Epigraphs 1.5 Epilogue 1. Dedication .3 Awards and honours 5 Translations 6 Film adaptation 7 See also 8 References 9 External links Contents Epigraphs For the first time in the series.6 Rowling's commentary and supplement 2 Background o o 2.2 Spoiler embargo 3. Rowling placed two epigraphs at the beginning of the book.2 Dedication 1.1 Contents o o o o o o 1. The second is a passage from More Fruits of Solitude by the Quaker leader William Penn.1 Choice of title 2.1 Marketing and promotion 3.4 Plot summary 1.2 Rowling on finishing the book 3 Release o o o o 3. The first is a passage from the play The Libation-Bearers by the Greek playwright Aeschylus.3 Online leaks and early delivery 3.3 Plot introduction 1.4 Price wars and other controversies 4 Publication and reception o o o 4.1 Critical response 4.2 Sales 4.

Harry witnesses the return of Lord Voldemort to full strength. or non-magical. Voldemort's snake familiar. Professor Dumbledore. a teacher at the school with whom Harry is consistently at odds and who Harry has suspected of being a Death Eater. Voldemort has completed his ascension to power and gains control of the Ministry of Magic. Harry and several of his friends face off against Voldemort's Death Eaters. the destruction of the creator's body leaves the wizard or witch in a state of half-life. Harry. Harry pledges not to return to school the following year and to search for Horcruxes instead. They isolate themselves to ensure the safety of their family and friends. Harry re-enters the wizarding world at age 11.[9] When returning from a mission to discover a Horcrux. the unusual layout resembles the shape of Harry's scar. The locations of the two . a powerful evil wizard. Harry ends the attacks by killing a Basilisk and defeating Lord Voldemort's "memory" stored in an enchanted diary. and that the third is Nagini. He makes friends with Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. Ron. Lord Voldemort. and Hermione drop out of school to find and destroy Voldemort's remaining Horcruxes. relatives Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon. When the next school year begins. the Ministry of Magic appoints Dolores Umbridge as the new High Inquisitor of Hogwarts. This results in Harry's immediate fame. the Headmaster of the school and Harry's mentor. a group of Dark witches and wizards. Returning to school after summer break. without corporeal form. Harry Potter. Harry is confronted by Black at the end of his third year of schooling and Harry learns that Black was framed and is his godfather. is murdered by Severus Snape.[8] However. has struggled with the inherent difficulties of adolescence along with being a famous wizard. At the conclusion of the book. who is trying to regain power (and a body). The following year. murdered Harry's parents but mysteriously vanished after attempting to kill Harry. In Harry's sixth year of school. and narrowly defeat them. there are several attacks on students after the legendary "Chamber of Secrets" is thought to be opened. At the conclusion of the Tournament. Plot introduction Throughout the six previous novels in the Harry Potter series. and his being placed in the care of his muggle. and is soon confronted by Lord Voldemort. On the dedication page for this book. When Harry was a baby. the main character. After forming an underground student group in opposition to Umbridge. Harry's fourth year of school sees him entered in a dangerous magical competition called the Triwizard Tournament. he learns that Voldemort has been using Horcruxes to become immortal. a part of the soul remains and the person can be regenerated or resurrected. Horcruxes are fragments of the soul that are placed within an object so that when the body dies. They do not have much knowledge about the remaining Horcruxes except the possibility that two of them are objects that belonged to Hogwarts founders Rowena Ravenclaw and Helga Hufflepuff. enrolling in the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.All the books in the Harry Potter series have dedications. Harry hears that he has been targeted by escaped murderer Sirius Black. Plot summary Following Dumbledore's death. Despite stringent security measures at Hogwarts.

was a Slytherin and the bravest man he had ever met. Scorpius. where a nervous Albus is departing for his first year at Hogwarts. Harry learns that Voldemort is seeking the Elder Wand. and various magical creatures. Harry then returns to his body. and Hermione enter the school. The book ends with these final words: "The scar had not pained Harry for nineteen years. defend Hogwarts from Voldemort. Harry is protected from any harm that Voldemort could commit against him. the Diadem of Ravenclaw. Neville Longbottom is now the Hogwarts Herbology professor and remains friends with the two families. Albus Severus. The families meet at King's Cross station. by infiltrating the Ministry of Magic. and Hermione. and they use it to destroy the locket. The Hallows are revealed to be three sacred objects: the Resurrection Stone. Severus Snape. Harry's godson. Teddy Lupin. and Harry. in conjunction with students and members of the wizarding world opposed to the rise of Voldemort. Harry and Ginny Weasley are married and have three children: James Sirius. but is unaware of the Hallows and their significance. sending Harry to a sort of Limbo between life and death. like it did for Harry. The book culminates in the Battle of Hogwarts. They find this Horcrux. Harry is able to defeat Voldemort. and Lily Luna. it is one of a few objects that can be used to destroy Horcruxes (being dipped in Basilisk venom). There. He adds that the Sorting Hat takes one's choice into account. Harry learns that another Horcrux is hidden in Hogwarts. Several major characters are killed in the first wave of the battle. and after the last remaining Horcrux is destroyed. and successfully destroy the cup and the diadem. Ron. but Harry can return to his body despite being hit by the Killing Curse. and that he will have to die to destroy Voldemort. Salazar Slytherin's locket. a stone with the power to recall the dead to the world of the living. and Nagini is presumed to be with Voldemort himself. his Death Eaters. is found kissing Victoire Weasley (Bill and Fleur's daughter) in a train carriage. Harry surrenders himself to Voldemort. as well as Snape's true motives. Harry discovers that Voldemort inadvertently made Harry a Horcrux when he attacked him as a baby. They recover the Sword ofGodric Gryffindor. Epilogue Nineteen years later. In their travels the trio comes across a strange symbol. They break into Bellatrix Lestrange's vault at the Wizarding Bank Gringotts to recover another Horcrux. The trio recovers the first of Voldemort's Horcruxes. Harry sees Draco Malfoy and his wife Astoria Greengrass (revealed on Rowling's website behind the door) with their son. As they search for the Horcruxes. an unbeatable wand. who is worried he will be sorted into Slytherin. Harry. Ron. the cup of Helga Hufflepuff. The trio decides that discovering Voldemort's Horcruxes is more important than procuring the Hallows for themselves. the battle resumes. who attacks Harry with the Killing Curse. and an infallible Invisibility Cloak. Harry meets Dumbledore who explains that because Voldemort used Harry's blood to regain his full strength. the trio learn details about Dumbledore's past. Harry comforts Albus. Ron married Hermione and has two children. meaning that the Horcrux inside Harry is destroyed. Rose and Hugo.founders' objects are unknown. the Elder Wand. which an eccentric wizard named Xenophilius Lovegood (father of Luna) tells them represents the mythical Deathly Hallows." . All was well. and tells his son that one of his two namesakes.

interrogated. which Arthur Weasley repaired for him. and removed the memory modification charm she had put on them for safety. she said. Ron Weasley worked at George's store for a time. [16] Neville Longbottom became professor of Herbology at Hogwarts and [17] married Hannah Abbott. and was later appointed head of the department. and two daughters. propureblood laws. The Quibbler. In the wider wizarding world other changes included: Kingsley Shacklebolt became the permanent Minister of Magic. He also kept Sirius Black's motorcycle. Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes. returned to its usual condition of "advanced lunacy" and is "appreciated for its unintentional humour. She later moved to the Department of Magical Law Enforcement and assisted in eradicating oppressive. Her father's publication. then joined Harry as an Auror. She said that Harry became an Auror for the Ministry of Magic. Luna Lovegood searched the world for odd and unique creatures. who married Astoria Greengrass and had a son named Scorpius. George Weasley continued his successful joke shop and married fellow Quidditch player Angelina Johnson. in memory of his late twin brother. She was also the only member of the trio to go back and complete her seventh year at Hogwarts. Dolores Umbridge was arrested. eventually marrying Rolf. Among the reforms introduced by Shacklebolt. with Percy Weasley working under him as a high official. and during her 2007 U.[15] Voldemort. Bill and Fleur Weasley had a total of three children. The first bits of information were about the trio and their families. Rowling revealed additional character information that she chose not to include in the book. who became the landlady of the Leaky Cauldron. Rowling also explained that Dumbledore's relationship with Gellert Grindelwald extended beyond mere friendship. Rowling also explained the fates of several secondary characters. a grandson of the famed naturalist Newt Scamander." Other character histories revealed by Rowling included that of Draco Malfoy.[14] and harbored romantic feelings for Grindelwald. who finally acknowledged the virtue of his pro-human leanings.[13] writer of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. She later became the lead Quidditch correspondent for the Daily Prophet. greatly improving life for house elves. Rowling has revealed that "Dumbledore is gay. The couple had two children: a son named Fred. Initially. but he can no longer speak Parseltongue after the destruction of Voldemort's soul fragment within him. was the removal of Dementors from the wizard prison Azkaban. [10] online chat. she worked for the Ministry of Magic in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. Percy Weasley married a woman named Audrey and had two daughters. and imprisoned for crimes against Muggle-borns. named Molly and Lucy. and Hermione were also instrumental in . named Dominique and Victoire. indeed. Ron. Harry. actually". was forced to exist in the stunted form Harry witnessed in the King's Cross limbo after his death. She revealed that Ginny Weasley played for the Holyhead Harpies Quidditch team for a time. Open Book Tour. starting with Harry. Roxanne.[11][12][13] the Wizard of the Month section of her website.Rowling's commentary and supplement In an interview. Cho Chang went on to marry a Muggle. as his crimes were too severe for him to become a ghost. The couple had twins called Lorcan and Lysander. and a daughter.S. leaving to establish a family with Harry. Hermione found her parents in Australia. a younger son named Louis. Firenze was welcomed back into his herd.

as he had abandoned his post." she added. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Harry also is said to come to the Defense Against the Dark Arts class to lecture several times a year."[21] When asked before publication about the forthcoming book.[24] Release For more details on this topic. and for six books now. and there was a permanent Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher appointed. Rowling mentioned Harry Potter and the Elder Wand and Harry Potter and the Peverell Quest. "These books have been plotted for such a long time. [11] Background Choice of title Shortly before releasing the title. Rowling stated that she could not change the ending even if she wanted.. had not appeared in the headmaster's office." She ended her message. who briefly served as Hogwarts Headmaster. "Deathly Hallows is my favourite. K. and left a signed statement on a marble bustof Hermes in her room which read: "J. K. "I can only sigh. Slytherin House became more diluted and no longer held the title as the pure[11] blood bastion it once was. I really can't. never dreamed I could feel simultaneously heartbroken and euphoric. "almost as though they are two halves of the same novel.[11][18] The final title."[22] She also commented that the final volume related closely to the previous book in the series. "I've never felt such a mixture of extreme emotions in my life. Rowling revealed that a portrait of Severus Snape." She compared her mixed feelings to those expressed by Charles Dickens in the preface of the 1850 edition of David Copperfield. [10] Lastly.[20] In a statement on her website. see Harry Potter fandom. [11] At Hogwarts." "To which. and publicly revealed Snape's true allegiance to Dumbledore. Rowling finished writing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in this room (652) on 11 January 2007". Voldemort's jinx on the Defense Against the Dark Arts position was broken with his death. that they're all leading a certain direction.. Charles.[19] Asked during a live chat as to the other titles she had been considering.reforming the Ministry. "a two-years' imaginative task. J. she said. Harry later ensured the addition of Snape's portrait. Rowling announced that she had considered three titles for the book. Marketing and promotion . as part of her earliest work on the series. and that is the most wonderful way to finish the series.[11] Rowling on finishing the book Rowling completed the book while staying at the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh in January 2007. although its dark reputation lingered. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released to the public on 21 December 2006 via a special Christmas-themed hangman puzzle on Rowling's website. try seventeen years. So."[23] She has said that the last chapter of the book was written "in something like 1990". confirmed shortly afterwards by the book's publishers.

online fan discussions and competitions. The launch was celebrated by an all-night book signing and reading at the Natural History Museum in London. Who will live? Who will die? 2. collectible bookmarks. wand-making. fire-eaters. Is Snape good or evil? 3. signed edition of Deathly Hallows was unveiled on 20 July 2007. launched a multi-million dollar "There will soon be 7" marketing campaign with a 'Knight Bus' travelling to forty libraries across the United States.[25] Rowling toured the US in October 2007. face-painting. Where are the Horcruxes? 6. which Rowling attended along with 1700 guests chosen by ballot. Rowling arranged with her publishers for a poster bearing the face of the missing British child Madeleine McCann to be made available to book sellers when Deathly Hallows was launched on 21 July 2007 and said that she hoped that the posters would be displayed prominently in shops all over the world. Bloomsbury invested GB£10 million in an attempt to keep the book's contents secure until the 21 July release date. Scholastic released seven questions that fans would find answered in the final book: [28] 1. tattoos. jugglers and stilt-walkers. What are the Deathly Hallows? Scholastic also hosted "Harry Potter Place"²a magical and interactive street celebration at Scholastic headquarters in New York City. Will Hogwarts reopen? 4. [30] Spoiler embargo Rowling made a public request that anyone with information about the content of the last book should keep it to themselves.[26] Scholastic. Will Voldemort be defeated? 7.[27] In the build-up to the book's release.[29] J. magicians.S.Jacket art of Scholastic (US) edition.[32] Arthur . Who ends up with whom? 5.[31] To this end. the American publisher of the Harry Potter series. where another event was held at Carnegie Hall in New York with tickets allocated by sweepstake. in order to avoid spoiling the experience for other readers. The festivities included a twenty foot (six metre) high Whomping Willow. K. and the staged release of sevenDeathly Hallows questions most debated by fans. where the first U.

breach in the Harry Potter series' history. a number of texts purporting to be genuine leaks appeared in various forms. could not compete with the supermarket price. On 16 July. a supermarket sold copies of the English edition as early as 19 July. had already taken pre-orders for the book at a heavily discounted price. the following day Scholastic announced that it would be launching legal action against DeepDiscount. the UK's largest dedicated chain bookstore. Other retail chains then also offered the book at discounted prices. . which evoked incredulous responses from both Scholastic and DeepDiscount. editor of the Harry Potter series. This caused uproar from traditional UK booksellers who argued they had no hope of competing in those conditions. denied distributing any copies of Deathly Hallows in advance for press review. [41] [40] [39] This represented the most serious security Rowling and her lawyer confirmed that there were genuine online Reviews published in both The Baltimore Sun and The New York Times on 18 July 2007 corroborated many of the plot elements from this leak. apparently owing to a misunderstanding on the part of an employee.200 copies. U. [33] There was speculation that some shops would break the embargo and distribute copies of the book early. Asda attempted to counter this by imposing a limit of two copies per customer to prevent bulk purchases.Levine.com four days before it was launched. a spokesman for the UK Booksellers Association. edition was leaked and was fully transcribed prior to the official release date.0001) of the U. supply had been shipped early ² interpreted to mean about 1. Philip Wicks.[42] however. [34] Online leaks and early delivery In the week before its release. Levy Home Entertainment. [40] Scholastic announced that approximately one-ten-thousandth (0. a set of photographs representing all 759 pages of the U.com and its distributor. Independent shops protested loudest. claiming that DeepDiscount engaged in a "complete and flagrant violation of the agreements that they knew were part of the carefully constructed release of this eagerly awaited book. [46][47] along with several other UK supermarkets. and about one day prior to release.S. but evenWaterstone's. Asda then sparked a price war two days before the book's launch by announcing they would sell it for just GB£5 a copy (about US$8). leaks.[45] In Nurmes. Scholastic initially reported that they were satisfied it had been a "human error" and would not discuss possible penalties. in one case being sold to Publishers Weekly for US$250 from an initial price of US$18.S.S. Price wars and other controversies Asda. At these prices the book became a loss leader. papers published early reviews anyway. Some small bookstores hit back by buying their stock from the supermarkets rather than their wholesalers. leading Scholastic to seek a subpoena in order to identify one source. but two U.S.[43] Scholastic filed for damages in Chicago's Circuit Court of Cook County. Finland. The photographs later appeared on websites and peer-to-peer networks. One reader in Maryland received a copy of the book in the mail from DeepDiscount."[44] Some of the early release books soon appeared on eBay. as the penalty imposed for previous instalments²that the distributor would not be supplied with any further copies of the series²would no longer be a deterrent. The New York Times confirmed that the main circulating leak was real.

At this point. decided to pull Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows off their shelves as a protest against Tesco and Carrefour hypermarkets. on Saturday." Michael Norris. [53] Furthermore.m. Grossman compared the novel to the earlier books in the series thus: "This isn't the most elegant of the Potter volumes. like a can of baked beans. the price war has ended. with the four bookstores involved resuming selling the books in their stores with discount. praised the series as "a classic bildungsroman. and praising Rowling for proving that books can still be a global mass medium. but the quieter skill of creating characters that bounce off the page. The move by the bookstores was seen as an attempt to pressure the distributor Penguin Books to remove the books from the hypermarkets. a similar price war caused controversy regarding sales of the book.90 (about GB£10)." Fordham concludes. "It is a war we can't even participate in. [49] [48] Four of the biggest bookstore chains in Malaysia. Mary Carole McCauley.. "There is much to love about the Harry Potter series. The book's early Saturday morning release in Israel was criticised for violating Shabbat. Penguin Books has also confirmed that Tesco and Carrefour are selling the book at a loss. the final iteration of Rowling's abiding thematic concern: the overwhelming importance of continuing to love in the face of death. as of 24 July 2007. according to Jewish values and Jewish culture.said. you are lowering the value of reading. from its brilliantly realised magical world to its multilayered narrative. We think it's a crying shame that the supermarkets have decided to treat it as a loss-leader."[54] New York Times writer Michiko Kakutani agrees.[52] [50] Publication and reception Critical response The Baltimore Sun's critic. The retail price of the book in Malaysia is MYR 109. but it feels like an ending. and neither Rowling nor Harry let us down in the end." In Malaysia. ranking it at #8." however.90 (about GB£16).the spectacularly complex interplay of narrative and character often reads as though an entire trilogy's worth of summing-up has been crammed into one volume. "A story is about someone .." [56][57] Novelist Elizabeth Hand agreed that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows caps off the series. "We have been a long way together. Trade and Industry Minister Eli Yishai commented "It is forbidden. Popular Bookstores."[51] Yishai indicated that he would issue indictments and fines based on the Hours of Work and Rest Law. Let them do it on another day. that a thing like this should take place at 2 a. said: "You are not only lowering the price of the book. Times and Harris. but also made the criticism that ". praising Rowling's ability to make Harry both a hero and a character that can be related to. while the hypermarketsTesco and Carrefour sold the book at MYR 69. urging them to practice good business sense and fair trade. MPH Bookstores. or coming-of-age tale. real and flawed and brave and lovable. reviewer Alice Fordham from The Times writes that "Rowling¶s genius is not just her total realisation of a fantasy world." [58] In contrast. an analyst at Simba Information. Jenny Sawyer of the Christian Science Monitor says that. However." She noted that the book was more serious than the previous novels in the series and had more straightforward prose.[55] Time magazine's Lev Grossman named it one of the Top 10 Fiction Books of 2007.

Barnes & Noble declared that Deathly Hallows had broken its pre-order record. He acknowledged that the subject matter of the books had become more adult. puberty aside. with more than 500. but hollow. He compared the works in this respect to Huckleberry Finn and Alice in Wonderland which achieved success and have become established classics.000 copies pre-ordered through its site. and while he wrote that "Rowling has won imperishable renown" for the series as a whole. and that Rowling had clearly been writing with the adult audience firmly in mind since the middle of the series. in part by appealing to the adult audience as well as children. but meant that many early reviews lacked depth. As envisioned by Rowling. he walks the path of good so unwaveringly that his final victory over Voldemort feels.S." [60] Stephen King criticised the reactions of some reviewers to the books. and that Voldemort "becomes more tiresome than an Ian Fleming villain. And.who changes. a record 8." [59] In the 12 August 2007 New York Times. Harry doesn't change much. Sales Lines at Borders at midnight to buy the book Sales for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows were record setting. sales reportedly reached a rate of . not just inevitable. because of the extreme secrecy before launch which did not allow reviewers time to read and consider the book.[63] On opening day.65 million copies in the United Kingdom. print run for Deathly Hallows was 12 million copies. he felt it had matured and improved.3 million copies were sold in the United States (over 96 per second). [66] At WH Smith. [64][65] and 2. Rather than finding the writing style disappointing. The initial U. for jumping too quickly to surface conclusions of the work.[62] On 12 April 2007. including McCauley. he also stated that he disliked Rowling's use of deus ex machina. that the mid-book camping chapters are "abysmally long". Christopher Hitchens compared the series to World War Two-era English boarding school stories. and more than a million were pre-ordered through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. [61] He felt this was inevitable.

the American Library Associationnamed the novel one [73] and also listed it as a Notable Children's Book. [7] Furthermore.[77] Filming began in February 2009 and ended on Saturday. following a pre-release question from the Swedish publisher about the difficulty of translating the two words "Deathly Hallows" without having read the book. worldwide sales were reportedly wards and honours Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has won several awards.Harry Potter and the Insignia of Death. [68] [67] By June 2008. 100 Notable Books. [74] The Hindi translation Harry Potter aur Maut ke Tohfe (ôíù ç Ýí Òí ë â Ó â ôè) translated as "Harry Potter and the Gifts of Death" was released by Manjul Publication in India on 27 June 2008.[4] This is also the title used for the French translation (Harry Potter et les reliques de la mort). The first Polish translation was released on 26 January 2008[5] with a new title:Harry Potter i Insygnia mierci . Translations Main article: Harry Potter in translation Due to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' worldwide fame.[78] . [71] [70] Deathly Hallows among their Best Books of 2007. around 44 million. it has been translated into many languages. [72] In 2008. with David Yates directing both parts. of its Best Books for Young Adults. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows received the 2008 Colorado Blue Spruce Book Award.[75][76] The script was delayed as Steve Kloves did not start working on it until the2007±2008 Writers Guild of America strike had ended. Part I is slated for release on 19 November 2010. nearly a year after it was published. the book was named one New York Times Publishers Weekly also listed Harry Potter and the and one of its Notable Children's Books.[3] The Swedish title of the book was revealed by Rowling as Harry Potter and the Relics of Death (Harry Potter och Dödsrelikerna).[6] Film adaptation Main article: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (film) A two-part film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is planned. The first translation to be released was the Ukrainian translation. on 25 September 2007 (as ). and Part II on 15 July 2011. [69] [7] In 2007.15 books sold per second. 12 June 2010.

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