Debate question: If Tedros had been willing from the beginning to go along with Sophie’s plan of giving her a chance with him in The Last Ever After, do you think the ending would have turned out better? What do you think would be different, if anything?
I think it would’ve saved them a lot of trouble and deaths. But Agatha will forever live with a broken heart and Sophie probably would’ve been a bad queen.
Not sure if I’m allowed to answer my own question, but: Sophie was right. I feel that, if tested, Tedros would give Sophie a fair chance, then return to Agatha, and their relationship would be better than ever.As she had not received false hope like in the books, Sophie would have less bitterness and no need to go back to Rafal. The story would have been less tragic and meaningful, but the war would not have happened if Tedros had taken Sophie seriously.
It would never happen.Anything couldn’t change Tedros’ heart.He’s madly in love with Agatha.
I agree that he would have come back to Agatha, but if he had given Sophie a chance, the whole war and many deaths could have been avoided. What happened to SPOILERS Cinderella and Lady Lesso is all because Tedros was unwilling to try out another girl.
Honestly, Sophie was being a tiny bit selfish about that. True, the ending would be better if Tedros went along with Sophie, but that is sorta what he did, right? Sophie should’ve accepted that she had a chance with Tedros and she let that chance go during her first Trial. Besides, Agatha may not have shown that she was upset but deep down, her heart would probably be completely broken. Literally.
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