Bonnie J Davies
WI-RC Prompt 9: The Ending
Updated: Jan 29, 2021
I'm at the end of the book, The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison Allen and deciding whether it was satisfying or not. Did the protagonist get what they wanted? Or are they still seeking it?
At the end of the book, Emily has not only learned but is instrumental in revealing the whole truth of her mother's relationship with Logan and the circumstances around his death. Her mother's reputation is redeemed, and it ushers in a time of reconciliation in the town. It also opens the door for Emily and Win to continue their relationship in the open.
Sawyer learns that he has a daughter, and he and Julia renew their relationship. While Julia hopes the scent of the cakes she is making to draw her daughter to them is working, her daughter is, in fact, at the same time seeking to find her mother.
As a whole, the book ends in a satisfying manner, with the main plot points being resolved to the character's satisfaction. It ends with healing and hope on the horizon.
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