It's a good way to sell a sequel by not finishing a story so fans have to buy the new book
Well for this one author, the cliffhangers in his book will never be resolved, at least not by the author since unfortunately the author is dead and has been for over 50 years.
Jack whom? What's the book? The only dead Jack author I can think of is Jack Kerouac, but as far as I know none of his books were cliffhangers.I am talking about the author Jack although Jack was not his real name it was just a nickname.
Jack whom? What's the book? The only dead Jack author I can think of is Jack Kerouac, but as far as I know none of his books were cliffhangers.
Well the Jack Im talking about wrote a bunch of books and book series. The particular series that Im talking about, one of the characters, Susan, her fate is left unresolved.
Thank you.Really? Is this what this is about?
You're upset that CS Lewis, who took the nickname "Jacksie", later "Jack", after his dog who was killed when he was 4, and was known as such to his friends and family, but not as an author nom de plume, died in 1963, and never got around to the book where he continued the story of Susan Pevensie, second eldest of the Pevensie children from the Chronicles of Narnia series, showing her adventures after 1949? Really?
Dude. He died 54 years ago. I think it's time you accepted that he's not going to tell you what happened to her.
And what was so difficult about saying that was the book and author you were complaining about?
i think he didnt want to say it was Narnia because it is sometimes viewed as a kids book and didnt want to have his chops busted.
i can understand that. but i wouldnt remember. i havn't read it since i was 8 or 9 yo.. i did really like the lion.The arguments about the Narnia books are rarely about whether it's for children but because of the religious context that many don't like.
'Narnia represents everything that is most hateful about religion'
Religion in the Chronicles of Narnia