"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" is the last installment in the "Harry Potter" series and the culmination of the fight between the Hogwarts crew and the Dark Lord. Are you a wizard at "Deathly Hallows" trivia? Take this quiz to find out.
"Deathly Hallows" became the fastest-selling book of all time when it sold 20 million copies within 24 hours of its release in July 2007.
"Deathly Hallows" opens with Snape and Death Eater Yaxley meeting up outside of Malfoy Manor.
In Chapter 1 Voldemort uses the killing curse on muggle studies professor Burbage.
Everyone takes polyjuice potion to look like Harry.
Ever-loyal Hedwig is taken out by a Death Eater while the crew is flying away.
Ginny plants one on a pleasantly surprised Harry for his 17th birthday.
Because their minds are linked, a dreaming Harry can see Voldemort torturing Gregorovitch to find out about the Elder Wand.
"The Tales of Beedle the Bard" offers invaluable help in Harry, Ron and Hermione's quest for the horcruxes.
Shacklebolt, in the form of a lynx, appears at Bill and Fleur's wedding reception.
Ron demolishes the locket with the Sword of Gryffindor.
When Harry killed the basilisk with Gryffindor's sword in the first book, it obtained the power of basilisk venom.
Lily's Patronus was also a doe, but it's Snape's Patronus that leads Harry to the frozen pool.
Ron takes the form of Reginald Cattermole, a Ministry employee whose Muggle-born wife is being interrogated.
On the hunt for Slytherin's locket, Harry finds Mad-Eye's eye in the peephole of Umbridge's office.
There are no Quidditch matches in the final novel.
The Deathly Hallows are the Resurrection Stone, the Elder Wand and the Invisibility Cloak.
Antioch, Cadmus and Ignotus were the original possessors of the Deathly Hallows.
Xenophilius Lovegood tells them about Grindelwald's mark — and then betrays them to the Death Eaters.
Pettigrew's silver hand, made by Voldemort, strangles him when he hesitates to kill Harry.
Harry couldn't forgive himself for failing to save Dobby.
Voldemort puts the killing curse on Griphook — and a whole bunch of others — when he finds out the goblin helped Harry obtain Hufflepuff's Cup.
As he's dying, Snape extracts his memories and gives them to Harry.
Hermione is hauling basilisk fangs to help destroy horcruxes.
Fred is killed by an explosion near the Room of Requirement.
The Weasley matriarch bests Bellatrix in an epic fight.
Neville becomes the unlikely hero of the Battle of Hogwarts.
Harry has no desire to be the Master of Death, so he gets rid of the Resurrection Stone and breaks the Elder Wand.
Harry and Ginny, sittin' in a tree …
Harry, finally knowing the truth about Snape, names one of his sons Albus Severus Potter.
The final sentence is "all was well," as Harry watches the Hogwarts Express pull out of King's Cross station.