After a few busy days I’m spending the evening at home watching a couple of episodes of Masterchef Australia. I’m about half-way into the third season, but I already know who’s going to be the winner.
I like to find out how stories will end before finishing them. A lot of people think it spoils the experience of a script if you know the ending in beforehand, but not me. If anything, I think it can make a movie of book more interesting. And according to a study by the University of California, I am correct in thinking so.
What do you think? Do spoilers spoil a good story or can they enhance it?
These photos show a miniature model of Copenhagen in the 15th century.