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Up to now, Harry, while overcoming any number of harrowing trials, has managed to retain a trusting nature but at 66, worsening circumstances force him to realize that even though he regards himself as ''Dumbledore's man through and through, '' he must also be his own man.
The New York TimesThese newest 657 pages - far darker than those that preceded them - are leavened with humor, romance and snappy dialogue, and freighted with secrets, deepening bonds, betrayals and brutal lessons, many of them coming from the sinister, Harry-hating Severus Snape, master of the dark arts.
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Rowling has assembled this giant jigsaw puzzle of an epic the achievement of the Potter books is the same as that of the great classics of children's literature, from the Oz novels to The Lord of the Rings: the creation of a richly imagined and utterly singular world, as detailed, as improbable and as mortal as our own.
Rowling shepherds her hero's arduous trek to maturity with her customary grace and good humor, though she has infused her story with more bone-cracking and blood-spattering than may be tolerable for many of the young readers who have followed Harry's adventures so far.
The Washington Post the darkest and most unsettling installment yet It is a novel that pulls together dozens of plot strands from previous volumes, underscoring how cleverly and carefully J.