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Dogs and cats, living together: MASS HYSTERIA!
Woah, is the story really ending on a good note? No good guy died to save the others, nobody lost something precious to them, both bad guys are really dead, enemies reconciliated.
This is a first one!
I got a lot of negativity for the way I ended Book 4 on such a down note with Moses not being able to save his wife, or the rest of the town for that matter, from being gold statues. So I decided that Book 5 would have a bit of a cheerier ending.
But wait until Book 6! >:D
Ummm . . . can’t you right wrongs just as easily _with_ them as _without_ them, Not-Fellows? Or does he mean he’s going with the other rakshasa to help them recolonize, or whatever?
And I, for one, have no problems with a cheery ending. Gotta have at least one, now and again. Though, I still think it’s kind of a bit glossed-over how Rex adapted to everything changing so quickly.
Unless he’s really smarter than we’ve thought all along. Hmm . . .
Mike my friend you take the good with the bad you put the happy with the sad and you put them together adn what d you have the facts of life so book 4 end less then perfect it was a damn sight better then how mass effect 3 ended
Ha extra points to J smith for the ghost busters referance
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