Destroyer: A Review of The Burning God, by R. F. Kuang

Not every story requires a happy ending, the kind of ending where the main characters walk off into the sunset.  The type of ending where the plot has been neatly wrapped up with the villains defeated.  Peace reigns, and the book ends tidily, trying to leave readers with a sense of satisfaction.  However, entertainment is not limited to just that type of ending, and it can also be satisfying to see a book or series reach its most logical conclusion.  We want to complete a book and feel the overwhelming emotion that the author wishes to depart, even if that emotion is sadness, for sadness itself can be cathartic. 

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