Book Endings We’d Like to Change
Gone with the Wind
By Margaret Mitchell
Every one of the thirty-some odd times I’ve re-read this, I hope the letters will rearrange themselves into something different. Bonnie will make that hurdle and Scarlett and Rhett will beam with parental pride. Melanie will live. Scarlett will realize, sometime in the first two hundred pages, that she and Ashley Wilkes are probably the most incompatible people on Earth, and that he could never make her happy. That when Scarlett runs home to tell Rhett of her epiphany, he sighs in a thank-God-you-saved-my-life-
3 thoughts on “Book Endings We’d Like to Change”
I think that for me, it would be The Time Traveler's Wife. In case someone hasn't read it, I won't say what I would change…but I suspect most who've read it know what I would change.
I would change that one too, aliceisforever.
And I totally agree with "IT". I was GLUED to that book (except that night a friend decided to raise a balloon right outside my bedroom window) and when I came to the end, I was poised for something equally dramatic and spellbinding and I got — a spider???? Pah-lu-heeze.
On Friday Night Knitting Club–It was a total letdown when the protagonist kicked the bucket. Didn't even bother to read the others in the series.
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