A Tale of Time City

Philip.Belben at powertech.co.uk Philip.Belben at powertech.co.uk
Mon Aug 14 13:03:29 EDT 2000

Neil wrote:

> I thought the ending was bizarre.  It read like it had been rounded up
> hastily, so that DWJ could shove the final manuscript in the postbox before
> the publisher's deadline.  I considered the possibility that the reader was
> supposed to be left feeling that there ought to be something on the next
> page in order to imply that time has no firm end.  But then decided I was
> being too analytical...

Actually, I find this is a feature of quite a lot of DWJ's work.  Sudden Wild
Magic has this very noticeably, and nonetheless manages to be my favourite book!

I think that what DWJ is doing is building up tension in a lot of sub-plots,
which are all going to fall into place at the end.  And when they do, the
tension is released rather rapidly.  But, it works!


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