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The News from the End of the World
by Emily Jeanne Miller
Hardcover : 288 pages
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A novel of the Lake family of Cape Cod and the misplaced guilt and decidedly bad decisions that threaten to tear them apart, along with the love and the abiding desire to do the right thing that binds them together.
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Discussion Questions1) One of the main characters, Amanda, is seventeen and pregnant, and decides to have an abortion. How important did you think it was to include the other family members’ opinions on her decision in the story?
2) What do you think family dramas might say about our larger social and cultural world?
3) The book is set in the off-season on Cape Cod. Why do you think the author chose this time and place?
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