Harry Potter et les reliques de la mort, Jean-Francois Ménard
Two things distinguished this one from the other potter books: no school year structured the narrative, which suffered, and the story actually ended. I found the part just before the end, the penultimate part, very tense. But the ending was a fight, and Rowling simply can't do fights, and it was, as always, a letdown.
Nice to have things wrapped up for these slightly-more-than-usually-touching characters, but the narrative is not memorable.