Obviously, it has not be easy for us to bring the Hannah Coulter book club to an end.
I will start us off, if that is okay.
In Susan Wise Bauer's book The Well-Educated Mind, Susan says that "almost every novel is structured around these basic questions";
What does the central character want?
What is standing in his/her way?
And what strategy does he/she pursue in order to overcome this block?
Is this true of Hannah Coulter? What does Hannah want?
I would also be curious to know what you thought of the last chapter of the book.
Is it a dream, a memory, or is Hannah meeting her beloved in heaven?
Personally, I think Hannah is just drifting off, remembering. Almost a dream before sleep.
What do you think?