Should Nancy Marry Matt? : LUSENET : Xeney : One Thread

Last episode in the Nancy Chan: Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl saga

-- Anonymous, January 31, 2000


God, I read that. What a stupid ending. I can't even comment on whether she should marry him.

I loved this series when it first started, but ... dumb, dumb, DUMB.

-- Anonymous, January 31, 2000

Okay, I can appreciate Salon trying to revive the art of serial fiction. God knows it beats The Spot. But the problem with their two series thus far has been that once all of the plot balls are in the air, metaphorically speaking, the author drops them _all_. I suspect that Tracy Quan (is that her name?) pulled each entry out of thin air two days before it was due, since the pacing and continuity were so erratic.

Now, moving back to the question at hand - no, Nancy should not marry Matt. The last thing we need is a sequel to this

-- Anonymous, February 01, 2000

No, Tracy should not marry Matt. She's been lying to him all this time. Their whole relationship is based on lies.

I "knew" Quan slightly on The Well. She always seemed a bit screwed up to me. Maybe I'm biased....

-- Anonymous, February 01, 2000

Well she could marry him and pimp him out to increase business....

-- Anonymous, February 01, 2000

Oh, THAT Nancy. I've been trawling through Perforated Lines.

Anna stupid enough to admit her out-of-it-ness in public.

-- Anonymous, February 01, 2000

Was that really the last installment? God, it was so random. Hey, here's a tip: stories have a beginning, middle and END - even the bad ones.

I really loved reading that serial in the very beginning. But it was so completely flighty toward the end.

-- Anonymous, February 02, 2000

This turns out to be the defining question of the upcoming Nancy Chan novel, so I'm tickled to see it presented here...

-- Anonymous, April 10, 2001

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