Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Questions of The Road
Why does the father dream of a "dead-eyed" creature? Andy what is the "dead-eyed" creature?
What do the two of them have in their shopping cart? And why do they have those belongings?
When did the apocalypse happen? And what happened?
Why is it worth making it to the south still?
What does the father mean by "our roads" on page 42?
Why is the man's belt so important?
Could the father have protected himself and his son without using one of their bullets?
Is there a chance that the father, or boy, doesn't think that they're "good guys?"
Why is this the first time a dog is in the book?