Hello All! Sorry this is so long in coming.
Here are the questions and the menu...
1. Did you enjoy the book?
2. Do you think the characters and their problems/decisions/relationships were believable or realistic? If not, was the author trying to make them realistic? Which secondary characters added a lot to the story.
3. What are some of the similarities to "Unbroken" for re-entry into society for veterens in this book, what are some differences.
4. Did the fact that this book was set in Hamilton add to the story for you?
5. What was more important in this story, the plot or the characters? Where the characters at the mercy of the plot or did they drive the plot?
6. What are some major themes in this book? are they relevant for today? Where they effectively developed?
7. Was there redemption in this book for any of the characters?
8. Would you call this book funny, sad, suspenseful, touching, disturbing, or moving? What would characterize it and why?
9. Did you like the secretary/assistant? Why or why not?
10. Do you feel like justice was served in this book? Did it make it a satisfying read?
11. Was this a well written book? Who's perspective is it written from and does it make it more believable?
12. Would you recommend this book to someone else? Who?
Menu... Cocktail party!!
bite size appetizers.
This book was written in a setting where food shortages and rations were just being lifted. So anything is fair game! Try to think local though because I kind of doubt that they were importing squid from Timbuktoo at this point in time.
I will take care of wine and sparkling beverages.
Please let me know if you are planning to come.