Tricia Lee Sauvageau asked:
PLEASE!!!!!!!!!Tell me this is some cruel joke? The way book2 ended was soooo unsatisfying. I mean I get the whole you can easily guess someones going to try and find Tessa and Holly thing. But come on!!! Thats the best part.The point were physical lines are drawn. Where you can see all the deception on every side lay bare. Because the ending alone proves there's something not right there!
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Tricia Lee Sauvageau
This answer contains spoilers… (view spoiler)[She makes a choice and they still basically betray her even when she chose them!!! See I want to know why. I want to see how the writer will play it out, because this is her work and only she can see the outcome of Tessa. Because 4 a writer the characters are yours, you know them better then anyone. I mean I may be alone here but I try to predict how the writer will take the story. And 85% of the time im competely wrong. And while I agree with how Tessa's previous ship played out I curious if she finds a middle ground with her previous associates? Its safe to say they weren't completely wrong. They just went about all of it in the wrong way. Cause I see mad man with the whole pancake scene! And the whole book goes on to say who betrayed she feels at not being shown the truth. Isn't it basically the same by ending it on book 2 and leaving it in the dark. It was an amazing book loved it!!! Read threw it like it was on fire and I just needed to finish it before its turned to ashes. But honestly I like open ending that leave you to determine how it ends just fine. But seriously there is a lot to consider and it kinda more annoying how little u know by the end. I prefer the tied in a bow endings because the writer doesn't leave it to interpretation. And personally I believe the cut and dry ending more. Cause who knows maybe Ables Army is the real deal? Maybe my mad man radar is of? Or maybe Tessa has picked the wrong side, and now shes a puppet to manipulate and play at the wims of a mad man? PLEASE WRITE A BOOK THREE!! (hide spoiler)]
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