Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows: Review & Evaluation Part 7 (Chapter 25-Chapter 28)

July 4th, 2021

"All I'm saying," said Bill, setting his hand on the door back into the sitting room, "is to be very careful what you promise goblins, Harry. It would be less dangerous to break into Gringotts than to renege on a promise to a goblin."

The second half starts now as we pick up where Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 the film leaves off. Things only get better from here as we hit the turning point in the story in favor of our heroes. Analyzing Chapter 25 through Chapter 28, this episode begins with purpose as Harry believes he knows where another Horcrux is located and how to retrieve it, but in order to do so, he is forced into a bargain he does not like. Some of the key details include; a child being born during this wizarding war, a trip to Gringotts, a betrayal on a deal made, and Voldemort's comprehension that his secret has been found out. So stick with us people, even though we are a little more than halfway through, the action does not stop! With moments such as an escape on a dragon, the realization of where the final Horcrux location is, learning who has been helping Harry through his shard of mirror, and the truth about Albus Dumbledore's past coming to light, you are in for one wild ride.

As stated on Page 549 in regards to Lord Voldemort, "The scream of rage, of denial left him as if it were a stranger's: He was crazed, frenzied, it could not be true, it was impossible, nobody had ever known: How was it possible that the boy could have discovered his secret?"

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