Whose voice did you connect with and relate to the most? Did you think that Nathan's lack of first-person narrative throughout the novel was the right decision for Kingsolver to make? Was his voice heard strongly enough through the women's narratives or should Kingsolver have given him a chance to plead his own case? Finally, the novel ends with a strange woman telling the Price women that no such village as Kilanga has ever existed. What did this mean to you?
This book struck many chords with me and I am so glad that I read it. Did you love this story as much as I did? I'd love to hear your thoughts on it.
The July READ THIS! novel is On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan.