http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/newsid_6200000/newsid_6200500/6200573.stm said:The title of the seventh and final Potter book has been revealed - it's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
The title was revealed on JK Rowling's website, and her spokesperson in Edinburgh confirmed to Newsround that it is the title.
JK made her fans work for the title though, because you have to play a game on the website to access it.
You have to find a secret door, work out how to open the door and then play a game of hangman to learn the title.
Could this indicate further help from Dumbledore, Sirius, James and Lily?The American Folklife Center said:The festival observed at this time was called Samhain (pronounced Sah-ween). It was the biggest and most significant holiday of the Celtic year. The Celts believed that at the time of Samhain, more so than any other time of the year, the ghosts of the dead were able to mingle with the living, because at Samhain the souls of those who had died during the year traveled into the other world.
... I had a better one
Once again JKR keeps everyone from the real name ... and what an interesting name is it not?
Deathly Hallows ... doesnt sound good for Harry and co right
Sounds almost like Voldemort's home address - bit like Godrics Hollow!
This will mean something in the books - all titles have to date ... It is a grower me thinks but I think she should have gone with The Final Horcrux ... but then again I am biased right
http://www.celticspirit.org/samhain.htm said:Samhain marks one of the two great doorways of the Celtic year, for the Celts divided the year into two seasons: the light and the dark, at Beltane on May 1st and Samhain on November 1st. Some believe that Samhain was the more important festival, marking the beginning of a whole new cycle, just as the Celtic day began at night. For it was understood that in dark silence comes whisperings of new beginnings, the stirring of the seed below the ground. Whereas Beltane welcomes in the summer with joyous celebrations at dawn, the most magically potent time of this festival is November Eve, the night of October 31st, known today of course, as Halloween.