Harry Potter, one of the biggest fantasy series in history, a fan favorite, and a record-breaker, is always in the center of everybody's attention whenever a new novel comes around. That was exactly the case when The Deathly Hallows was released. It's the 7th chapter in the Potter franchise and it hit the shelves in 2007, 10 years after the very first book saw the light of day. The Deathly Hallows is the final chapter of the series, the finishing chord by Joan Rowling.
This time around, Harry, a young wizard who is destined for greatness, has to confront Lord Voldemort, the most powerful dark wizard ever, and put an end to his devastation. Harry was just an infant when Voldemort murdered his parents, and now, years later, when he's about to turn seventeen, he's ready to fight the deadliest enemy on the planet. The Lord wanted to kill Harry as well, as he the prophecy told that the boy would grow up to defeat him, but he only left a scar on his forehead.
The title of the final book, The Deathly Hallows, refers to 3 insanely powerful artifacts - a cloak that grants invisibility, a stone that can bring the dead back to life, and the strongest wand n the world. The final chapter in the Harry Potter saga was available in 93 countries and made history as the fastest-selling novel of all times, selling 15 million copies in one single say.
Later, the book was translated into more than 120 languages, making it a truly worldwide release. The critics and the fans really loved the way Rowling finished her decade-long story and described it as the perfect wrap-up for a legendary series.