I love to read.
I hate surprises.
So, like Harry Burns, I almost always read the last page of a book before I finish it. I still always read the whole book, though, because usually I don't figure out what transpires from when I peek at the end and what I've read.
A friend lent me 1st to Die by James Patterson. I've never read anything by him (another first!) and liked the fact he had very short chapters, given I have about 20 minutes a day to read.
I peeked at the last page today, and figured out the whole story.
Yeah, the ending didn't do much to hold my interest, so I think I'll move on to something else.