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I have seen many people do this and I find it quite amusing :unsure: :huh: .I never ever read the end before I finish , since it kills the whole suspense element and once you know the end, you dont read with the same interest ...I have a cousin who used to lend books to us ,also tell us who the murderer is , if it was a suspense thriller and it was so annoying ! :angry:
Do you think it is good to read the end before you finish the book ? :dry:

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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    Actually we can't wait till the end. Story becomes interesting enough to read it before the end of the novel.

  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    Me too have the habit of reading the end part before it arrives . At certain point i can't tolerate the suspense.

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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    This is just a matter of habit. I also do this. Often, the themes are similar and reading entire book or novel is boring. I more often read the beginning and end only. But there are a few books- namely 'The Second Lady' by Ewing Wallace, '1984' and 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' that I read from beginning to end.

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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    I have seen many people do this and I find it quite amusing :unsure: :huh: .I never ever read the end before I finish , since it kills the whole suspense element and once you know the end, you dont read with the same interest ...I have a cousin who used to lend books to us ,also tell us who the murderer is , if it was a suspense thriller and it was so annoying ! :angry:
    Do you think it is good to read the end before you finish the book ? :dry:


    Thanks a lot for starting such a nice discussion :) :) :) :)

    I never read a book and see/ask the climax of a movie since it destroy the whole fun. Actually, we are reading books and watching movies for fun and of course, its unpredictable twists and turns prompt us to finish it as early as possible. Isn't it?

    It's the case of movies also. If I want to see a movie, I will see it as a whole. Even if, I am 15-20 minutes late, its reviews are good, I decide to see it later only....fully, as I want to enjoy it full. Same is the case of a novel.

    I also have cousins.......if they have seen that movie earlier, they will tell the whole story, even its climax which make me angry a lot. :angry:

    Years before, a Malayalam movie.....Nandanam(2002)....till now, it's my most favourite Malayalam movie....
    The story is about a maid Navya who comes to Guruvayur and works in a home, only to see Guruvayur Krishna once. But, she couldn't able to go to that temple, even after a lot of attempts. She falls in love with the boy of that home, Pritviraj (It's his first movie). But parents fix his marriage with a rich girl, without knowing the real matter. She becomes angry with Krishna and says, she will never lit 'deepam' for him or visit Guruvayur temple.
    A boy Unnikrishnan comes next door, who was staying abroad for leave. Both become friends. He even says everything in her mind and at last says, her desire will be fulfilled. But she never believe him.
    But later, events take a twist and Pritviraj marries Navya by getting everyone's consent. They decides to go to Guruvayur Temple and before going there, She comes to meet her friend to say, as you have told, my marriage has happened. But she becomes surprised to see another person saying, I am Unni and I came yesterday only.
    At that time only she understands the real truth.....it was Guruvayoorappan who came to comfort her when she was in distress. Also, no one else have seen him, only she.
    Newly married couple go to Guruvayur temple at once and while they are praying, she could see her unnikannan going inside the temple, smiling at her. But Pritviraj can't see him even though she points towards him.
    The film ends saying it may be real or just mad thoughts of that poor maid.

    Let me tell what happened, when I saw the movie first time....
    When Unnikannan comes, my cousin said, "Sandhya, it's not neighbour Unni. But lord krishna himself, who is coming to comfort her" :angry: :angry: :angry: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: She spoiled the whole suspense :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:
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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    [Actually we can't wait till the end. Story becomes interesting enough to read it before the end of the novel.]


    Me too have the habit of reading the end part before it arrives . At certain point i can't tolerate the suspense.


    [ This is just a matter of habit. I also do this. Often, the themes are similar and reading entire book or novel is boring. I more often read the beginning and end only. But there are a few books- namely 'The Second Lady' by Ewing Wallace, '1984' and 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' that I read from beginning to end.]


    So. I was not far off the mark :cheer: many people that I know of read the end even before starting the book sometimes,I wonder if they can even understand what the story is about ... :huh:

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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    I have seen many people do this and I find it quite amusing :unsure: :huh: .I never ever read the end before I finish , since it kills the whole suspense element and once you know the end, you dont read with the same interest ...I have a cousin who used to lend books to us ,also tell us who the murderer is , if it was a suspense thriller and it was so annoying ! :angry:
    Do you think it is good to read the end before you finish the book ? :dry:


    Thanks a lot for starting such a nice discussion :) :) :) :)

    I never read a book and see/ask the climax of a movie since it destroy the whole fun. Actually, we are reading books and watching movies for fun and of course, its unpredictable twists and turns prompt us to finish it as early as possible. Isn't it?

    It's the case of movies also. If I want to see a movie, I will see it as a whole. Even if, I am 15-20 minutes late, its reviews are good, I decide to see it later only....fully, as I want to enjoy it full. Same is the case of a novel.

    I also have cousins.......if they have seen that movie earlier, they will tell the whole story, even its climax which make me angry a lot. :angry:

    Years before, a Malayalam movie.....Nandanam(2002)....till now, it's my most favourite Malayalam movie....
    The story is about a maid Navya who comes to Guruvayur and works in a home, only to see Guruvayur Krishna once. But, she couldn't able to go to that temple, even after a lot of attempts. She falls in love with the boy of that home, Pritviraj (It's his first movie). But parents fix his marriage with a rich girl, without knowing the real matter. She becomes angry with Krishna and says, she will never lit 'deepam' for him or visit Guruvayur temple.
    A boy Unnikrishnan comes next door, who was staying abroad for leave. Both become friends. He even says everything in her mind and at last says, her desire will be fulfilled. But she never believe him.
    But later, events take a twist and Pritviraj marries Navya by getting everyone's consent. They decides to go to Guruvayur Temple and before going there, She comes to meet her friend to say, as you have told, my marriage has happened. But she becomes surprised to see another person saying, I am Unni and I came yesterday only.
    At that time only she understands the real truth.....it was Guruvayoorappan who came to comfort her when she was in distress. Also, no one else have seen him, only she.
    Newly married couple go to Guruvayur temple at once and while they are praying, she could see her unnikannan going inside the temple, smiling at her. But Pritviraj can't see him even though she points towards him.
    The film ends saying it may be real or just mad thoughts of that poor maid.

    Let me tell what happened, when I saw the movie first time....
    When Unnikannan comes, my cousin said, "Sandhya, it's not neighbour Unni. But lord krishna himself, who is coming to comfort her" :angry: :angry: :angry: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: She spoiled the whole suspense :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:
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    Good morning Sandhya, it is nice to see you after a whole day :) Hope you are going to be active like before or else you will be missed by everyone :)
    I can imagine what you must have felt when your cousin revealed the end, i too have had similar experiences when people want to boast their knowledge since they have already seen the film...If it is a murder mystery or a suspence thriller ,then it is all the more annoying :dry:

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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    Due to intensity they read the climax of that book. So they can read slowly.

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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    Due to intensity they read the climax of that book. So they can read slowly.


    LOL That is one way of looking at it :) One of my friends tells me tht she is able to relate better to the story once she knows the end !

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    @Usha
    Do you people really missed me yesterday? :unsure: :unsure: :unsure:
    I had to go home yesterday for a personal purpose......Went by 3 am early in the morning, alone and after doing everything I reached here at 10 pm. Happy to tell you, everything was success. Yesterday was my hubby's birthday. Yet, this assignment was very important and had to go without even informing you people :) :) :)

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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 8 years ago


    @Usha
    Do you people really missed me yesterday? :unsure: :unsure: :unsure:
    I had to go home yesterday for a personal purpose......Went by 3 am early in the morning, alone and after doing everything I reached here at 10 pm. Happy to tell you, everything was success. Yesterday was my hubby's birthday. Yet, this assignment was very important and had to go without even informing you people :) :) :)


    Of course Sandhya , I am never in the habit of flattering people , just speak my heart out :) ...hope you gave your hubby a nice treat :P

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