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It's number one and two on Amazon, but James Patterson is 4th with his newest co-written book.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is J.K. Rowling's favorite Potter book.
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Well I'm kind of sorry it will be the last.I started out reading it to my then 6yr old daughter and found myself becoming more wrapped up in whats going on than she ever did. Deathly Hallows? almost as pecuilar as Prisoner of Azcaban.I couldnt properly prononce Hermoines name untill the movie came out."Last time pays for all" Bilbo once said,and this book has a lot of unfinished business to take care of and personally I cant wait!!!
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I'm glad it is the last one. I've been reading Potter since I was fourteen years old, it will be a relief to finally finish the series and have the knowledge of the story of Harry Potter. After having read so many book since then and looking back on the writing of Rowling, I've noticed that her writing is ameteurish. But what matters most to me is that she writes some of the most enjoyable events/characters ever and has great imagination.
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There is a rumor going around that the book is 608 pages in the UK, which would mean roughly 688 for the US version. Times that number by 3 and I might be happy.
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I haven't read any Harry Potter books yet at all. I haven't even seen the movies. Are they equally good? do you advise both or one over the other??
I know, I'm way behind times.
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