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harry potter the 6th one!
, whos read it?!
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|QUOTE (fortune @ Oct 10 2005, 12:30 PM)|
| I think she probably rushed it becausee of the pressure placed on her by editors/publishers, i don't think they'd give her allowances for writer's block etc. |
I watched something on bbc learning zone at 4am this morning (having trouble sleeping), and Jacqueline Wilson was saying that she tends to rush her books at the end because like us readers, she wants to know the ending, she gets excited about the ending.
She also said that she likes to leave them on a cliffhanger (usually a happy cliffhanger in her case though), so that we readers are waiting on tenterhooks for the next book.
I think J.K Rowling had her reasons for the way it ended, but I still don't like the ending.
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