Monday, May 5, 2014
A mid-sentence closure
It's the end of the book and you have to accept it.
There's no rule against a chapter ending at mid-sentence even if it may be abrupt. No explanation is given. Nothing. It is rude and incomplete. But that's all you get, and there's nothing you can do about it but to put the book back up on the shelf. Maybe the book was good enough that one day you would re-read it and understand what was not written between the lines. Maybe one day the author will be kind enough to release a sequel, explaining if the hero/ heroine survived/ fell in love/ saved the world. But for now, you just got to take the unanswered as the answer.
Because it is all that you can have, you just got to accept it, hope that one day you will forget how beautiful the story was, and move on.