Book Club questions

Dear Readers,

How is vacation going?  Enjoying the view?  I love Karen’s descriptions of the national park and all the wildlife.  It is amazing to me that some people can only see a place for development and building things instead of just letting nature alone and on display.

What do you think of Ford?  What would you tell him about his father and the grief and guilt that Ford has a loud to consume himself?  Do you think his reaction to his father’s death is reasonable?   Does Ford’s story help you understand and help someone this might have happened to?

Happy Reading,


2 thoughts on “Book Club questions

  1. Angie K Mast says:

    Yes, Ford made some big changes from the beginning to the end of this book. In spite of his problems he made me laugh throughout the book, and sometimes I found myself trying to light a fire under him.
    Yes, his problems with his father’s death did help me think about & try to understand the feelings of one going through such a tragedy. But it seemed to be resolved a little too easily in the end. Maybe?


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