WARNING: Spoilers ahead!
Deathly Hallows did an amazing job at tying together everything you've ever known about J.K. Rowling's universe and the characters who inhabit it. Sure, she killed off more of my favorites than I expected (where are all the redshirts in the hp-verse?), but it certainly was effective. Plus, her ending's subversion of the self-sacrifice motif (by having Harry's partial possession by Voldemort act as a shield against his death) blew my mind.
I'll miss not being able to look forward to the continued adventures of Harry & Co., but if Rowling can move on, I guess I can too.... eventually.
Here are some parts that really made me happy ...
Best moment: When Harry & Dumbledore talk at a Matrix-esque King's Cross Station
Runner-up: When Harry goes to let Voldemort kill him, surrounded by the ghosts of his parents and friends
2nd Runner-up: When Neville slaughters Nagini
These parts made me sad ...
Worst moment: When Ron abandons Hermione and Harry
Runner-up: When Fred dies during the last battle against Voldemort
2nd Runner-up: When Dobby dies
What did you think?
Did seeing Harry happy and living a normal wizarding life satisfy you?
Or did you kind of hope that he had died?