Which is the part of a book that have for you a particular significance?
How can a prostitute abuse of a man?
Sorry, I have not read the book.
*which is the part of a book that has for you a particular significance
Do you mean a sentence, a particular scenary ?
I didn't get the question
@Sol - Never mind prostitutes. How can a gingerbread man have an account on italki?
@爱迪生 - Thanks for the tip. I was thinking about reading that series, so you saved me the trouble. I hate bad endings. I hope the Game of Thrones has a good ending.
The ending of Stephen King's Dark Tower series left me VERY disappointed and even angry. I had read that series over a 15 year span ( The series of books started in 1987 and ended in 2005) and when I got to the end of the last book I felt betrayed. I thought “Steven King how could you do that to the ending and disappoint your fans?” The ending was like a bad video game ending.
I think even Steven King knew the ending was awful because just before the last chapter Stephen King added a note to the readers saying the ending may not be what you expect so if you want to stop reading now and are satisfied that Roland made it to the tower you should do so.
If they make a TV series of the book… please change the ending.
Don't tell anybody, because I'm a man in my sixties and we're not supposed to cry--but when I read Charlotte's Web, by E. B. White, I cry at the end.
The first time is when Charlotte dies. The second time is when Wilbur realizes that all of the little newly-hatched baby spiders are paying out threads of silk are going to fly away and leave him alone.