So, I finished Driven
around 1834, and was surprised by three things. One, it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Two, there were a couple of semi-graphic sex scenes. Three, that the final chapter existed at all. I really do mean that last one. I was reading, and the story reached a nice ambiguous conclusion that I was impressed about. There was even a blank page to support this notion. Unfortunately a turn of the page proved me incorrect, and I had to read through some 'happily ever after' wrap-up.
Grah. I like
it when the story doesn't have a clear ending! That's what makes The Giver
one of my all-time favourites. There's just something about being given a large set of data and having the opportunity to draw your own conclusion that I cannot help but enjoy. Hrm... I think I might understand one aspect of why people write fanfic, now.