Inamorata Question #27 ~ The end - the most important part!

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Unread postby Endora » Tue Feb 28, 2006 1:04 pm

Liz wrote:I find it interesting that many of you liked the open-endedness of the story. I did also, which is unlike me, because I usually like everything wrapped up all neat and tidy. After all, the ending is the most important part of the story…..to me.


Liz, I also like a question to have an answer and that's what in the end put me off this book. The multitude of loose ends didn't appeal to me. I am still of the opinion that those who are of a religious calling would be more happy with the book than me. I find that if things can't be described clearly by science I am very doubting.
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Unread postby Liz » Tue Feb 28, 2006 1:38 pm

Endora wrote:
Liz wrote:I find it interesting that many of you liked the open-endedness of the story. I did also, which is unlike me, because I usually like everything wrapped up all neat and tidy. After all, the ending is the most important part of the story…..to me.


Liz, I also like a question to have an answer and that's what in the end put me off this book. The multitude of loose ends didn't appeal to me. I am still of the opinion that those who are of a religious calling would be more happy with the book than me. I find that if things can't be described clearly by science I am very doubting.


That makes sense, Endora. And being that I am a believer, I am more apt to believe what I can't see or what can't be proven.
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The only thing that matters is the ending. It's the most important part of the story.


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