Asteropê An actual answer would be nice. Some people are triggered by death and wouldn't want to read a story where a main character dies. Saying to read it isn't totally helpful. You can place the answer under spoilers so only those who want to know, will know. I'd like to know myself.
Gaya I would like to know too, because if I start reading it and he dies, that will leave a nasty scar in me... I don't read books with such endings... I would love to know, so it would save me from bad emotions . I just was caught by a small part of it in Aestas Book Blog which seemed interesting so I simply would love to know...
Julie Well, if it says he's dying, and if you're sensitive to that then don't read it, I'm glad Kirsty answered with *spoiler, if I knew how a book ended, why read it? Things aren't always a HEA, I'm opposite of you, I hate when it states HEA, I don't want to read, where's the excitement in that? It's what makes reading wonderful, if I want to watch a movie & someone tells me what it's about? I'm in his situation right now, and I loved it. Hope you do as well.
Wild Flower 🌸 I don't have an answer to that, it is answered in the comments by Kristy, Which I am very glad for because I was looking for that answer, I do understand the readers who like to read while being completely unaware of the endings and all through spoilers, me as a reader I also, on the other hand, understand the readers who like to at least reveal if there is a tragic ending that may scar them and they feel the topic is so sensitive to read about as it may hit close to home, coming to the matter of why reading it when knowing that it would deal with such topics, it is basically to go along on the journey with both the character and the plot's development, I loved the character's description and it raised along with it many character development opportunities and excitement to know how would it all end, again the whole ending will be not revolved around the death matter but it is still good to know before hand, also if you enjoy going into the book with full anonomacy of what will happen that is still your own prefrences and its still respected : ) again thank you very much Kirsty!