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Heist Society What's Up With the Ending?

By Ally Carter

What's Up With the Ending?

All's well that ends well, right? At the end of Heist Society, Kat and crew have pulled off the Henley heist. Paintings stolen by the Nazis in World War II have been returned to their owners. Taccone's in jail. Hale and Kat are back on good terms. Everyone's enjoying a nice Christmas dinner at Uncle Eddie's house. Everything is simply perfect.

Well, not quite. There are still tons of unanswered questions in this book, which is perfect only for a book with a sequel. For example, Nick has been exposed as Interpol agent Amelia Bennett's son, and we have a feeling he and Kat haven't seen the last of each other. Plus, we still have no clue who Visily Romani is.

And our most pressing question is: What's up with that painting, Girl Praying to Saint Nicholas, that Romani sends to Kat? What's the message there? We're guessing it's a threat against our girl Kat, telling her to stop thieving, or else. (See our "Symbols" Section for more on this painting.)

In a book full of cliff-hanger endings, it's no surprise that the novel itself leaves us with a lot of mysteries. So here we are, hanging out at the cliff. And there's only thing we do know for sure: we better go buy that sequel.

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