Book Club -Hush Hush-

CONGRATULATIONS TO.... Heckety Beck for winning the giveaway for this book!!  

August 27th is coming... so I thought I would inspire ya'll with some questions you could be pondering about the book...

How does Nora feel when she and Patch are first paired up in biology class? Would their paths have crossed otherwise? How different—or similar—are Patch and Nora below the surface?
What draws Nora to Patch? How much of it is physical? How much of it is destiny? Should she have tried to fight the attraction?
Why does Elliot help Jules/Chauncey? Why does Vee defend the two Kinghorn boys? Are they equally responsible for what happens?
How is Patch’s relationship with Nora different from the relationship that got him expelled from Heaven? Why was he so resistant to becoming a guardian angel? Where do you think Patch and Nora’s relationship will go?
Why does Jules/Chauncey hate Patch so much? Is his anger justified?
What role does Nora’s father play in her life? In what ways does his death make her more resistant to the supernatural beings in her life? In what ways does it make her more open to them?
Nora needs to take iron pills when she’s under stress to combat her anemia. Why do you think that the author chose this ailment for Nora? What does the iron symbolize?
Why do the various angels control Nora’s mind? How does this make her feel? Do you think events would have played out differently if she’d told more people what she was experiencing?
What does Dabria want from Nora? What does she want from Patch? Why is she an important character?

I can't wait to read everyone's opinions on this book!!
Questions come from here


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Heckety said...

Sorry- much behind with the blogogoging...thank you soooo much for letting me win this giveaway! Or perhaps I should be doing the Osacr thing:

My daughters and I would like to thank Hazel for her wonderful Giveaway win! We will enjoy reading this fabulous book* and treasure it in the centuries** to come. Thank you Hazel, you are one of a kind***!!

*of course we don't know yet if it is fabulous, but we're hoping!
**celebrity exaggeration speak!
***yea, but they never say which kind, do they?

I'm looking forward to reading this!
An idea, dunno if you've read it, but it cam up when I was on Amazon looking for 'Shiver' is 'Century' by Sarah Singleton (I think?). Its meant for children, but I got it last week, and two of us have read it now and its a really great read- gothic, fantasy, adventure, not sure exactly how I'd class it? Just saying!

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