The last few pages of my book were rushed. The scene can be expanded easily since the concept is there, and it’s a first draft. But the issue is that the ending feels, lacking, although it's supposed to transition to the second book. It feels as if the characters are moving too quickly so to speak. Quick background; the antagonist is defeated, the four are confronted by the voice that has been guiding the main protagonist, one of them has to stay behind and help the world get back in shape, the other three must accompany the main protagonist to other worlds, but they must leave immediately through what's called an astral gate. An astral gate is a wall made of light that you walk through, which it allows you to move through space and time to another world with another gate. Since the time here is rushed, and mind you the book has a lot of suspense. I feel it's exciting they have to move forwards, but will probably make the reader forget the importance behind all the events that has occurred. What factors should I keep in mind to make the ending keep the build up?