I'm currently revising a story of mine and it's divided into four sections. From the way I've written the first draft, the climax occurs at the end of the third section. This means the main plot is languishing in the first three parts, but picks up with alarming speed at the last section. So I'm wondering, is this okay? I mean, obviously it's okay. But would it be too much to cram into one section? I probably should mention each section is a neat four chapters. In the last section, I have to push in three taunts from the antagonist, discovering the true identity of the antagonist, baiting the antagonist three times, and finally ending with the death of the antagonist. Is this too much? Should I pull it forward to the beginning/middle of section three? Or do you think just having it at the last section is okay? Input is much needed!