Dear R.K. Rowling,
When I heard you were writing a seventh book, I couldn't wait to read it. On the night it came out, I went to the opening of it at a local bookstore in my town. Unfortunately, I was going to Colorado and didn't think I could read it in time. I kept looking for the version on tape. I looked and looked until my grandma told me that she got it on tape. We listened to it all the way there and all of the nights we were there until I finished it. The book relaxed me, but still had all my emotions on edge. When they were moving from place to place and then finding out about the hallows from Luna's dad, I was astonished. The fact that Harry, even though he was supposed to know so much still knew little because no one wanted to open up to him.
There were parts in the book that really frightened me; for example, when they entered the vault at Gringgotts to find the Horcrux,it gave me the shivers. When they escaped on the dragons and flew through the clouds to an unknown place and the scales of the dragon hurt as they were gently sliding toward one side or another until they scooted back to make themselves upright again, it made me wonder. What it must be like running away from people and not knowing about what would happen next. If I was in their place, who could I trust?
In this last book, I almost always felt sadness. There are so many things that I didn't understand in the first couple of books, since I started reading them when I was pretty young. Different mysteries that the average adult or teen would probably figure out quickly, remained a mystery for me. Every page that I listened to was like holding the key to an extensive test that had mystified me .. I am really bad at keeping my tears and emotions controlled while reading. When Dobby died for Harry, I cried like it was the end of the world. Although, it pained me even more to hear of all the other witnesses of that terrible war at Hogwarts. My emotions ran high when Tonks and Lupin died during the battle after just having their little boy. Frequently, I just couldn't keep tears from coming.
When I got to the end, it was amazing. I finally understood all of the previous books. I was so excited. The part I remember most from the book is when Snape releases his patronus and Dumbledore sees that it is the exact same as Lily Potter's! felt so bad for Snape, that all his life he knew and kept it a secret that he was helping Harry and loving his dear mother. Your book was amazing.