All About April Q25: What Happens When the Book Ends?

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There are some books that leave questions that aren’t answered. Did Holden Caulfield grow out of his teenage angst and cynicism? What happened to the kids in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? Did Vladimir and Estragon ever stop waiting for Godot? 

We might never know the answer but that doesn’t stop us from wondering. So I want to know, do you ever think about what happens to the characters after the book ends?

5 Books, 1 Similarity: Real Writers Made Fictional

The Books:

The Sherlockian Graham Moore

Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter Seth Grahame-Smith

The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica series James A. Owen

Nothing Like the Sun: A Story of Shakespeare’s Love Life Anthony Burgess

Jane Austen Mysteries series Stephanie Barron

 

It’s one thing for an author to create a fictional character, but another thing entirely for an author to become a fictional character. So take a minute and appreciate some novels and series that pull authors away from there historically accurate past and add a little fictional flair to their story.
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