Homework on Bright of the Sky

I bet you thought reading was just addictive, fun, and inspiring. No, I guess it is Educational, too. Here, from Booklist Online are suggested questions for a book discussion on Bright of the Sky. There is something pleasingly odd about a study guide for one of my books!

Some teasers:
Kenyon uses the techniques of a suspense novel to slowly reveal the back story of Titus’ first trip to the Entire. How did that technique improve the story for you?

Was Anzi’s decision to save Quinn and his family the wrong choice? Is she to blame for all that has happened in (the story so far)?

Anyway, I’m not grading papers, so you can safely take a look. But if you have not read the book yet, there are spoilers.

4 Responses

  1. lmarley says:

    Well, gee. Book clubs, here you come!

  2. Kay says:

    So is this new pic a clue as to who really writes your books?

  3. lmarley says:

    This is what happens when you spend the whole winter growing hair.

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