The Cottage on the Bay addresses several cultural questions, those of the past and those still relevant today. By discussing these universal questions we build an awareness of the diversity of man and our capacity to accept those that do not share the same traditions or even values. Is this possible or our we doomed to continued polarization and failure as one people on one planet?
What did you like best about this book?
What did you like least about this book?
What feelings did this book evoke for you?
Which characters in the book could you relate to?
Is it possible for one to atone for sins of the past?
Can one always atone for their own sins?
Which character in the book did you most identify with?
Is acceptance of others always possible?
Can true love be unrequited?
Can war be justified?
Did this book seem realistic?
Is forgiveness always possible?
Did the characters in the book seem believable?
Is perseverance always rewarded?
What do you think the author's purpose was in writing this book?
If you got the chance to ask the author of this book a question what would it be?