As I neared the last page of Elizabeth May’s The Falconer, I realized that I wasn’t about to experience any sort of closure. So while the lack of resolution didn’t come as a complete surprise, it certainly evoked a response: I wailed and threw the book across the room.
I don’t react well to cliffhangers.
In this case, though, it’s odd that my reaction was so violent. Because in a whole lot of ways, The Falconer is a pretty run-of-the-mill paranormal:
Beautiful society girl. Check!
Has a secret life. Check!
Killing fill-in-the-blank monster. (In this ...
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