Week 4 Discussion Questions:
Then: Back in college, I shared a bedroom in a apartment with a friend of mine. We were cheap and most of the time, it wasn’t a problem. Until one time she came home drunk from the bars with a guy and didn’t realize I was in the room sleeping… AWKWARD! And yes, I made it out but not before my delicate ears were assaulted.
Now: I am guilty of crawling out of my son’s bedroom on my belly to escape without him waking up and seeing me after I’ve sat with him to help him fall asleep. It wasn’t the fun way to get a rug burn.
As I sit here next to my hubs playing his RPGs on Xbox, I’ve come up with the perfect weapon. Okay, I may have gotten a little help but here it is: a magical gun that talks!! This gun will have ammo that never runs out. And the ammo will adjust to the needs of the shooter. Okay, here’s a word for you… symbiosis. This gun knows how to kill all these paranormal creatures because it needs the essences or spirits of the creatures to continue to function. And you can talk to this gun and tell it things like, “Okay, we need to be quiet so we don’t wake up the Frost Giants” or “Can you fetch me a Yuengling?”.
3. To recharge and heal after being shot, Atticus sleeps naked, tattoos to the earth, in a patch of grass near the Civic Center in downtown Scottsdale. Where is the weirdest place you have ever slept?
4. We finally find out some very interesting information about Granuaile and I don’t know about you, but I certainly wasn’t expecting to find that she’s sharing her head with someone else. What about you, did you expect anything along those lines? If not, what were you expecting concerning Granuaile?
5. Laksha is a witch, a truly evil one at that for many of the things she’s done in the past. However, she’s supposedly seen the error of her ways. Do you think she really has? Would you be willing to trust her? Do you think Atticus is smart to have decided to trust her to help him with the “other” witches?
I might be a little ‘bent’ but I like my demons-gone-good (LOTU, Dark-Hunter series, etc.) so I have faith in Laksha. I think she truly believes in karma and feels that if she does anymore nastiness in the world, it’ll come back to her in the form of karma. I think Atticus can cautiously trust her. He’s no slouch in the power department, himself!!