The End (this does not contain the actual ending.)
I have recently just finished reading the book Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard. In this blog post I will share with you what I thought about the ending. . I’m sharing this with you because the ending of a book is usually the most important part of the whole story. Don’t worry, I won’t give the ending away!
At the end of Pretty Little Liars the conflict is clearly not resolved. Actually I think the conflict just got worse but that’s what makes the book seem different from other books I have read in the past. When the conflict wasn’t solved by the end it really makes you want to figure out how it does end. And it seems like there are a lot more details to find out later in the series that will help figure out how the conflict is solved. That means you would have to read the whole series to figure it out.
Since the conflict wasn’t solved at the end then the ending really wasn’t fairly achieved. It is actually far from being fairly achieved. I think they should have told more at the end instead of making more things happen. But, I do think the ending of the book was appropriate for this book because it just made the whole story more interesting. It makes you feel like the whole story just took a big twist. What makes the book different is that a lot of twists happen throughout the book. Also, I really don’t think that the book was big enough to have all of the details for the conflict to be solved by the end of it. Then it would have taken a lot longer to read and a lot more to remember throughout the story.
Shepard, Sara. Pretty Little Liars. New York: HarperTempest, 2006. Print.
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