My co-blogger Sheri reads the endings of books sometimes. That makes me crazy, but lately I've found myself doing it. Just a couple of times. I don't do it when I'm reading on my Kindle and that's one reason that I love my Kindle (it keeps me honest). But if I'm reading an actual book, I'll be flipping through to see how long the chapter is and a word or phrase will jump out at me and I'll read a paragraph or a page. Or I forget how many pages the book has (uh huh) and I flip to the last page just to check how many pages there are and a word or phrase jumps out at me and yeah, I read the ending. That happened recently when I was reading the second book in a series. I was about halfway through and I flipped to the end and something caught my eye and yeah...one of the main characters dies (paranormal book so it's not completely over, but still). And so I didn't even finish the book. On the other hand, sometimes I'm so stressed out about how the book is going to end that I find myself reading so fast that I'm not even really enjoying the book. So if I know, does that mean it's more likely that I can just relax and actually enjoy the book (assuming a happy ending)? That's why Sheri reads the ending first. But if you know the ending, all of that drama and emotion that's in the book may not mean as much to you. Do you ever read ahead or even peek at the ending? Does knowing the ending absolutely ruin the book or does it make it easier to sit back and just enjoy the book?