There'a a lot one can say a bout the book. But hat I liked most are the emotional parts shown at the end. The interaction between Dumbledore’s portrait and Harry. The headmaster appologises for the times he went wrong, years after his death. As is his simple admission that all he did, even the things that failed, was motivated by love for Harry. Their mutual declaration of their love, made me whipe away a tear. The highlight was yet another poetic and beautifully worded piece of advice he gave for Harry. But also getting to know Snape and the real person he supposed to be was beautiful. There were parts I liked less like the time travelling it made me think of Stephen King's 11.22.63. not so origional, but all in all I loved the book. It took me half a day to finish it. Curiuos to see the play.