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my favorite has to be the end of Bret Easton Ellis' The Rules of Attraction. to paraphrase (after Sean has left campus and has picked up a hitchhiker):

She started telling me her life story, which wasn't very interesting, and when Rockpile came on singing "Heart" I had to turn it up, drowning out her voice, but still I turned to her, my eyes interested, a serious smile, nodding, my hand squeezing her knee, and she

and it just ends right there in mid-sentence, just like how the book began. some people may feel cheated and get frustrated when they are denied closure but I couldnt think of any other way to end the book. In fact, if I ever write a novel I may just end it on a similar note, if the story calls for it.

what are your favorite endings/last pages?

also, can anybody think of any other stories that just end mid-sentence, besides Finnigan's Wake?