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Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, by JK Rowling (Books 2007, 13)

Awww, it’s all over! But it was fun while it lasted. And there are still potentially years of fun in reading them with the kids, discussing how the films get it wrong, and generally picking over the pieces.

This is flawed, of course; in particular, there’s too much of the camping sequence, and working out what the Deathly Hallows are. But never mind. it is, [as I said](, the first book I’ve ever re-read straight after finishing it. So that’s got to be some kind of a recommendation.