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    Smile a tidy wrap up


    In the text below, what does "a tidy wrap up" mean?

    There's also the question or concern of the manner in which this series ends. Because it does not answer all questions, it feels open-ended - particularly given the final page. I applaud Mike Carey and the Messiah team for resisting the "perfect end". Like the bigger questions, I think a tidy wrap up would feel far too cliche.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: a tidy wrap up

    All questions and conflicts resolved. "And they lived happily ever after" is a tidy wrap up.

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