Questions on chs. 21-end:
1. What do you think Q and Jeanie find appealing about the new work opportunities they stumble across? What does this tell us about them as people?
2. Why does Jeanie find Sue-Ellen so interesting? Do you think young adults are more likely to listen to older people these days, or less likely?
3. How much do you think Q and Tom guess about Jeanie's love life?
4. How well did you think Jeanie handled her romantic problems? Is Jeanie ready for a relationship with Paul by the end of the novel?
5. Do you think Jeanie changes? Does she grow up?
6. Do you think Q and Tom make the right decisions at the end of the novel? What would you have done in their situation?
7. Do you think Q was irrational to worry about Samuel so much? What made her so anxious, do you think?
8. Do you think Q changes? If so, what changes her?
9. What are the different causes of sleepless nights in the novel? Who can't sleep, and why? What different themes and issues does the novel take on?
10. (By the end of the novel, the very last line:) Is this 'happy ever after'? If not, why not?