The End: Arriving at a Poignant Finale

2 thoughts on “The End: Arriving at a Poignant Finale”

  1. I just finished reading the book “Mistborn” by Brandon Sanderson, and it has one of the most satisfying endings I’ve yet to read. (And beginnings and middles. Awesome book!)
    I definitely tend to prefer more joyful endings, but I agree that there ought to be some sorrow mixed in to remind of what the characters have suffered or lost through the story.
    Great post! 🙂

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    1. I keep hearing such good things about Sanderson and yet I haven’t picked up one of his books. (I suppose I have an excuse, since to my knowledge he does not write in my genre, but it’s always good to branch out.) It’s hard to beat the feeling of a joyful ending after so many trials. Thanks for dropping in!

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