It is much harder to write the last chapter of a book than to write the first one. At the beginning, the objective is clear — you must set the scene, be full of effusive optimism, and paint a rosy picture of what the book is intended to achieve. But by the time your reader reaches the final chapter there is no scope for lily-gilding, and for better or for worse, they have formed an opinion as to the validity and usefulness of your work.
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