I have read this story years BEFORE the boringly unrealistic “Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows” was even thought of. In this more realistic fan fiction retelling, Harry and his friends fight Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters while Harry deals with his past and other issues.
Also, the story treats the so-called “Deathly Hallows” with more respect than the original book does.
On another note, there are several characters who die, and their deaths are treated with respect, not relegated to a few lines and Harry isn’t mourning for them.
Plus, the epilogue, while painfully predictable, is much better than the pile of sludge that J.K. Rowling gave to us.
So, in the words of advertisements everywhere, don’t read “Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows“; read this story instead. You’ll have a better time if you do.
I’ll be giving out a review of this story soon.
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