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    naoko posted an update in the group QUESTIONS FOR SOMAN 1 month ago

    (Please don’t read this if you haven’t finished the sixth book)
    Hi Soman!
    I was finally able to get my hands on the sixth book (as I don’t live in an English-speaking country), and flew through the pages in two days (I’m going to reread it of course). It was great, with your usual twists and turns, but the ending wasn’t what I really expected. I always thought what was written in the book was exactly what the Storian wrote in “The Tale of Sophie and Agatha”. Is it not so? The reason I’m wondering is because you didn’t illustrate a wedding (well, I do get it would have been awkward after what happened to M) or write the words “The End” at the end like classic fairytales, and that gave me a feeling that “The Tale of Sophie and Agatha” is not yet over. However, I also felt like the words “The work is done” also implied the fact that “The Tale of Sophie and Agatha” is completely over along with its other meanings. I loved how the series ended, and am actually not willing to read stories of the main characters’ kids or whatever (at least not yet). But I can’t deny there’s a part in me that doesn’t want to face the fact that no more stories of the Woods is going to unravel. I don’t what to have false hopes up for what’s never going to come, so I would really appreciate it if you could clarify.
    Thank you in advance!

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