The Sometimes Daughter ends with the line "Life was good." What are your thoughts on the author choosing this sentiment as the conclusion? In your opinion, is there a better sentiment to close this novel?
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I think that Judy thinking "Life was good" was a great way to end the story of all the chaos of her life up till then being, hopefully, in the past. I think she feels she has figured out who she is, where she belongs, and the type of person she wants to be.
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