- Big Question #1: What makes this book good?
I loved the twist at the very end, which helped resolve some tension in the story. I also observed that she used the element of surprise for the twist.
- Big Question #2: What would make this book better?
On initial thought I said it was too long. But I couldn’t find anything to take/edit away when I reviewed it.
- Big Question #3: What’s the one most important thing the author wants you to know?
I think in this text the author is telling you that its not just the people who have Alzheimer’s disease that suffer. It’s the people that care for them or love them too.
- Big Question #4: Why did the writer write this?
Maybe to inform the reader on the sadness one might feel if a close relative suffers from memory loss.
- Big Question #5: What does the audience need to know to understand and enjoy the book?
I think that the most vital bit was the 3 last sentences where the writer reveals the twist that the Lady in Blue is her mum.