The Question and Answer section for Chinese Cinderella is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
From the title, we can infer that Chinese Cinderella is a young girl with an evil step-mother and step-sisters..... maybe more than a few.
Adeline's first truly selfless act of independence comes when she stands against Niang and for Little Sister. This act of independence speaks loudly to Adeline's independent spirit and subsequently serves to isolate her as the troublemaker....
In what way do you mean "more of an ending"? Are you thinking the author does not give enough of a conclusion or denouement?