TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW
BOOK OF THE MOMENT
How does Sam’s disability play into his outlook on life and feelings for both Sadie and Marx?
What do you think Sadie and Dov’s relationship added to the book?
Do you think people find security in digital worlds and is it important to have this “perfect world” outlet?
Are great friendships more or as important as being in ‘romantic’ love?
What do you think is the significance of Sam’s mother, Marx’s mother and the suicide woman all sharing the same name?
Do you think you need to be familiar with games to enjoy this story? If you aren’t familiar with video games did this book enlighten you or help understand their appeal?
What do you think Zevin is telling us about women thriving in this male dominated gaming world?
HOTEL DU LAC
How did you find Edith as the narrator of the story?
Who was your favourite guest in the hotel and why?
Did the reason for Edith’s exile and the ending surprise you?
Do you think a single life during this period is worth living over a life of compromise yet acceptance?
Why do you think Edith seems older than she is?
When Edith recounts the “Tortoise and the hare story” – suggesting that in life it is the hare who always wins and she is the tortoise? Do you think she is right in this story?
What do you think of the terms of Mr Neville’s proposal?
Do you think Edith is a romantic at heart?
Each character experiences their own loneliness – how do they vary?
Does this story stand the test of time?
Browder made his fortune in a new financial frontier in the '90s. Do you think he realised the risks and what do you think drives the author now?
Which 'baddies' stood out for you in 'Freezing Order' and do you think Browder will always be 'a man on a run'?
Had you heard of the Magnitsky Act and how do you think this has helped fight human rights violations?
Has anyone in your group read 'Red Notice' and how does this story compare? Which book is more compelling?
THE WILD CARD