The ending of The Bone Season - What'd you think? (SPOILERS)

Discuss the April 2014 book of the month, The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon.
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Re: The ending of The Bone Season - What'd you think? (SPOIL

Post by emilykatherine » 18 Jul 2014, 15:23

Oh, I love this book so much. I am so ready for the second to come! The ending was very good, although I slightly expected a few things (the "wicked witch" living through, the romance).

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Post by Sweet_Lullaby » 26 Nov 2014, 16:11

I was mildly disappointed with the ending, but hey, what will happen next?
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Post by bserlori » 01 Jan 2015, 16:45

Just finished an advanced copy of The Mime Order! So much better than The Bone Season in pacing, and action packed from start to finish.

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Post by angelbeats1 » 04 Feb 2015, 00:07

The ending was surprising, but by the time I realized it, I had already dug myself into a hole that was way too deep to climb out of.
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Post by CzechTigg » 28 Sep 2015, 15:43

angelbeats1 wrote:The ending was surprising, but by the time I realized it, I had already dug myself into a hole that was way too deep to climb out of.
The mind really can play tricks... Some books can lose the wood for the trees, when it comes to basic storytelling.
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Post by Taylor Razzani » 13 Jun 2016, 20:33

I found out it was a series about halfway through the book, luckily or else I would have been extra disappointed. I felt like the ending was kind of anti-climatic (weird since there was a lot going on) and could have ended in a different spot. I'll keep reading the series because now I have to know what happens. The ending was lacking, but not enough to ruin a book I enjoyed.

And as far as her "weird, alien lover" I weirdly had more trouble with the age thing, she was way too young to be dating a 200 something year old :lol:
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