To help clean the slate before New Year’s Day, we’re going ahead with the last 2 discussions of book #26, The Friday Night Knitting Club. For those of you Chicken Lit’ers who are not ready to post comments on this section of the book, that’s perfectly ok! We’ll patiently wait to read all about your thoughts when the time is right for you. Meanwhile, here are a few more questions from that handy-dandy reader guide:
- Georgia has a history of being burned by the people closest to her. Cat’s decision to attend Dartmouth meant breaking a pact of friendship, and James abandoned her for another woman. Do you think there are moments when her defenses against intimacy and protectiveness of Dakota are excessive?
- How does Dakota’s major act of rebellion (her attempt to go to Baltimore) alter Georgia and James’ playing field? Do you agree with Georgia’s decision on an initial trip to Scotland over a trip to Baltimore?
- When Cat responds to Georgia’s sincere questions about her college experience at Dartmouth by saying, “It wasn’t like you think,” what does she mean?
- If Georgia had opened the letters she received from James in a timely fashion, how might things have been different?
Tick tock… tick tock… tick tock… is it 2009 yet?