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message 1: by Megan, Creator/Head Librarian (new)

Megan (deadandwellread) | 74 comments Mod
Here's some discussion questions for your progress thus far! I hope everyone is enjoying Hex!

1.) What was your first impression with the book? Were you engaged immediately, or did it take you a while to get into it?
2.) In regards to the characters--How has the past shaped their lives?
3.) Do they remind you of people you know?
4.) Do you admire or disapprove of them?
5.)Is this a plot-driven book—a fast-paced page-turner?
6.) What's the scariest part of this book thus far?

Take your time. Marinate on these questions. Be sure to engage with other readers!

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Elaina (lovelaina) | 2 comments So I listened to this on an audio book, which was a 1st for me so it took some getting used to. At first I wasn't a huge fan of the book, but it grew on me. Tyler was my favorite character. I just felt like I connected with him most.

I thought it was most interesting that they were only allowed to leave for a few days at a time. And I kind of wondered what would happen if they didn't come back. I mean I know they would die, but how would that be explained in the public news out beyond their town.

I have a lot of questions about the town still, but overall it was a good read!

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