Disney Knows

Recently, I read the second book in a trilogy—and quit, not even tempted to read the third.

Had the story gone off, the writing slipped?

No.

I stopped because I was good with the story ending there and then. The couple I had followed through books one and two, had resolved their issues and found their happy ending.

I was done.

I didn’t want to know what problems and pitfalls the author would lay in their path in book three.

There’s a reason for the fairy tale endings in Disney’s animated movies…

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They’re not real.

And we don’t want them to be.

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4 thoughts on “Disney Knows

  1. Reminds me of a series of novels by Sean Kennedy. Beginning with Tigers and Devils, his gay love story was wonderful. His dialogue, in particular, was realistic and charming. I wish I never read the books that followed, because they featured much more conflict and lost the magic of that first book.

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