Holy Poop! (sorry) This is the greatest of them all. Stunning, gripping, terrifying, beautiful, sad. I started this series this year. The first two were fun, and when the third came along, I didn't know what to expect. Friend's of mine, have told me that this series got slightly darker as the series progressed. Once the third was finished, I bought every Harry Potter in hard back. This year, I have made friends with many of people, and all of them from a book. Books, can give us something, that some times, it's too hard to see something in real life. This was my finale thought after I finished this. This novel was... life altering for me. And as the last thud of the finale book being closed, was like a punch, and I knew this time... no more Harry Potter. This novel helped me see the difference between friend and best friend. I think the all catorizing thing as he is a friend and he's a best is stupid. They are friends if there willing to take risk with you. Life is too short, and thats a problem to me. Okay, now for the review about the story, and violence, sex, language, messages, role models, and the fear factor. The story in this one is, Harry, Ron, and Hermione, now 17, set out to find the five remaining Horcruxes (is that how you spell it?) On the trip, they make new realizations about each other, about love, and many other things. The trip is full of twists, and turns, death, and fear, love, and worry, and just plain friends. The violence includes gory sequences, curses being shot at people. Hitting, and some truly creepy scenes. The sex includes, kissing jokes, and some questionable behavior. Language also includes d***, sh*t, s***, p***, used a couple of times, also git, bloody, and hell. And as the book progresses you know that Harry Potter's finale battle is looming ahead. Beautiful. Enjoy!