Most good stories have an arc to their plotline, usually without any loose ends and unfinished business at the conclusion. Cliffhangers eventually run out of cliffs to dangle over. Happy endings are what most of us yearn for, in our books and in our lives, even if getting there was frightful and dangerous. All the better to exhale a sigh of relief at the end, certain as we turn the last page that our heroine is safe and sound and will live happily ever after as we read silently to ourselves, ...
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