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the sequel

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the thing i liked most about this book is that even on the last two pages i wasn't quite sure if chuck was gonna write a sequel or if he was going to wrap it up there. as i have noticed in a lot of his books there's a message. the one I personally got from lullaby was a representation of all major power groups that has ever existed being in a car together. the one who wishes to rebel, the one who wants all the power, the one with all the power, and the one who wants peace. I loved the book, but his message was said. he could write a sequel and i would love it. but i understand why he doesn't. the book isn't about the unanswered questions of if Helen gets another body, or if they stop oyster, or which side Mona chooses in the end. it was about the message and its been said.