The End

I really enjoyed how De Rosnay chose to end her novel. In the final chapter, she meets up with William in a cafe in New York. In this conclusion, we learn a lot of final details. One major thing we learn is that Julia named her child Sarah, after Sarah Starzynski. We also learn that William is no longer married to his wife. After learning the truth about his mother, his whole life fell apart. When reading this chapter, I noticed a strong connection between Julia and William. One that is never spoken of, but very visible throughout their interactions throughout the novel. It ends by the two crying together. Nothing is ever said if anything happens between Julia and William or not. I think that this was wise of De Rosnay to do. It really leaves the ending up to the reader’s imagination. Personally, I think that the two will end up together. They have developed such a strong connection and it seems like neither of them can bare living without thinking of the other. I enjoyed reading this entire novel, and I think the ending was very tastefully done.

Published in: on April 26, 2011 at 5:34 pm  Comments (5)  

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