It feels like a personal insult to read 400 pages only to find a cliffhanger. So much so, that I would like to propose a constitutional amendment that prohibits the use of cliffhangers at the end of a book. (Cliffhangers at the end of every chapter except the last would be allowed, because who needs sleep?) Jeff O’Neal of Book Riot has a rule about not reading series until all of the volumes are published. I may have to adopt this rule before I chuck my iPad across the room.
Anything I try to write past this point just turns into a rant, so I will close with my reaction to the end of Three Dark Crowns: Gaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
* Young Woman Reading at the Window, by Marius Borgeaud