"When last we saw our hero, it was at Professor Dumbledore's funeral, vowing to go on a quest to find and destroy the remaining sources of Voldemort's immortality, seven objects in which he had deposited pieces of his soul," Monitor critic Yvonne Zipp summarized in her 2007 review of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."
Zipp resists adding any spoilers but does note that "Book 7 is also ready for its Hollywood close-up – with set pieces so cinematic, you almost don't need a camera. For folks craving action, there's plenty of it, and for fans hankering after closure, you'll get that, too."
It all bodes well for the upcoming movie, which, of course, will only tell half the story of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows." For the rest, we'll just have to wait for Film No. 8.