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This weeks questions hosted by In the Closet with a Bibliophile
1. Just after Atticus is shot, Oberon has to "ninja" his way out of the shop and into Hal's Beamer (with the icky air freshener). Have you ever been in a situation where you had to "ninja" your way out and try not to be discovered? If so, what happened?
Not that I can think of or chose to remember. LOL I know if I tried to "ninja" my way in or out of anything I'd trip. *sigh* Yes, I'm coordinated like that. :)
2. Atticus's main goal through a large portion of the book is not only protecting Oberon, but also protecting the sword. You are now living in a paranormal world and you need a weapon! What weapon do you choose and what can it do?
My first choice of weapon would be a smexy were or vampire. Oh wait... weapon.. not eye candy! Hm.. perhaps a sword. However, I don't know how to use said sword, so I'll probably end up cutting off my own fingers. Perhaps my best bet is to find a way to avoid true fighting and run! Hey, no shame in staying alive. :D
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?
Probably in a van near a field of corn. Sadly, not very interesting at all. There was no room at the inn so to speak so I slept there with my dog. Not very comfortable.
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?
I knew she knew more than what she was saying. In fact Atticus suspected she was more than human. I didn't suspect her sharing a body, but then I wasn't suspecting much. I was just letting it unfold before me.
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?
Has she seen the error of her ways? I think there is good reason for her playing nice right now. No, I would not be too willing to trust her at lest completely. I would trust that her goals are true and in that (as long as they coincide) I would trust her doing her part. Since Atticus's goals are the same (or close to it) he can trust that she will help with the other witches, but always know that there can and most likely is something more "up her sleeve" so to speak.
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