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What do you think of the ending of Thin Places? Was it satisfying or did leave to many unanswered questions?
Most novels disappoint me with their endings, especially if I like them. There are many books that I thought would make it to my top 10 list until I read the last chapter or two. So it is tough to impress me. Perhaps endings are hard to enjoy because if you like a book and are emotionally invested in its story and characters, you hate to say goodbye.
In any case, relatively, I found the ending of Thin Places decently satisfying. I like sad endings better than happy ones. Thin Places followed a few of the "and they lived happily ever after" cues, but made up for it to me by splitting up Finn and Chloe. I was unsatisfied at that, though, because I found it hard to understand why they were splitting up, if we are expected to believe it would be permanent. I would have loved more information on this.
Considering endings are so hard to do, I think Thin Places does a good job.
What do you think?
"Non ignara mali miseris succurrere disco." Virgil, The Aeneid
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