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I did not like the ending. I am not a supporter of suicide.Just because he is bad doesn't mean he deserves suicide
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I liked the real ending since this shows that even a flawed character like Silver has a chance for redemption.
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Post by acremer »

I liked both endings. I felt that the suicide ending did sum up Sliver's life work and would have been a good end. However, the real ending allowed for Sliver to realize his freedom and that he had changed and that he was able to live in a normal society. So, I liked them both, but I am especially glad that Sliver lived after everything that he had been through.
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Post by Kibetious »

It is true that there is no lesson in death. But the good thing is that Agent Silver never died. Might be looking forward to a sequel as equally interesting.
​​​​​​He gives strength to those who are tired; to the ones who lack power, he gives renewed energy :techie-studyinggray:
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