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Book Endings We’d Like to Change

It’s happened to you before. You’re invested in a great book, in the flux and flow of a twisting plot, of multidimensional characters that make you mad, make you cry, maybe even make you scream out loud. Then, after all the hours you’ve invested in the book, all the possibilities, the hopes, the resolutions that […]

It’s happened to you before. You’re invested in a great book, in the flux and flow of a twisting plot, of multidimensional characters that make you mad, make you cry, maybe even make you scream out loud. Then, after all the hours you’ve invested in the book, all the possibilities, the hopes, the resolutions that you are sure will tie everything up in a satisfying ending…just falls flat.

Today we discuss the endings we’d love to change. From some true literary masters to books that launched an entirely new fandom, these are the books left us utterly unsatisfied. What do you think, LitStackers? What book endings would you change? We want to hear from you!

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3 responses to “Book Endings We’d Like to Change”

  1. aliceisforever@yahoo.com' aliceisforever says:

    I think that for me, it would be The Time Traveler's Wife. In case someone hasn't read it, I won't say what I would change…but I suspect most who've read it know what I would change.

  2. silke@evilauthor.com' evilauthor says:

    I would change that one too, aliceisforever.
    And I totally agree with "IT". I was GLUED to that book (except that night a friend decided to raise a balloon right outside my bedroom window) and when I came to the end, I was poised for something equally dramatic and spellbinding and I got — a spider???? Pah-lu-heeze.

  3. sandybritchesomine@gmail.com' Jenny_O says:

    On Friday Night Knitting Club–It was a total letdown when the protagonist kicked the bucket. Didn't even bother to read the others in the series.

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