the best LAST page you have ever read (POSSIBLE SPOILERS!)
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?