Contortionist's Handbook Question (Warning: Possible Spoilers!)
Found out about the book on this site, went to B&N and bought it, read it in two days. Couldn't put it down. Practically free-based it. Ordered [I]Dermaphoria[/I] the next day.
So first off, if you haven't read this book yet, go fix that.
That said, I did have one slight qualm about it, and I'm wondering if anyone else thought the same thing...
Did it seem to end a bit too abruptly?
I mean, I was absolutely hooked for the entire 200 pages, right up to the end... and I love the way it all finally plays out -- the twist is perfect.
But even though it works, all the pieces fit together and everything... I was left with the feeling that he got a little lazy at the end and wrapped everything up in too big of a hurry. Not sure exactly how to explain it... it was just a sense that he might have drawn the climax out a little more.
At the same time, I don't have a suggestion of how he could have done it any better... maybe it was precisely what was called for given the pace and structure of the book. I dunno.
Any thoughts from those who have read it? Do you agree/disagree?