Books that End in Mid-Sentence

It turns out to be a pretty fascinating grouping of books.

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Another one and a huge favorite is Christopher Priest’s The Affirmation

“Too late I realized she had receded from me. I stumbled away from her and stood by the side of the road, waiting for a gap in the traffic. Carts and trams rushed past. Then I saw there was a pedestrian underpass, so I went through, losing sight of Seri. I began to run, clambering up to the surface on the other side. For a moment I thought I knew where I was, but when I looked back”

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