Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Pushing the Limits READ-A-LONG ~ Week 5 The End!

This fabulous event is hosted by ME Candace Book Blog, Natalia @ Dazzling Reads, The Page Turners, Mary @ The Book Swarm and The Bewitched Bookworms.
This is the final week! And today's questions are brought to you from The Book Swarm.

 And now onto the Questions for this week:

1. By finally returning to her art, Echo is working through her issues and taking control of her life. While she’s not ever going to return to her previous “normal”, she uses her art as a way to work her way to a place where she’s more comfortable with herself. How do you deal with the issues and stresses of your life?
My go-to stress reliever is reading! On a good day I spend hours reading. Unfortunately since I've gone back to school I haven't had the time to read like I want to.

2. Once Noah gives his brothers and their soon-to-be adoptive parents a happy ending, he decides to get his own by winning Echo back. Why does he think stealing her file is the best way to do it? Any other (better) suggestions for the poor boy?
Noah's pretty good at making bad decisions! He wants to give Echo the one thing she really wants, and to do that he has to steal the file. He needs to stop and think things through that's for sure.

3. Echo finally uncovers the terrible truth of what her mother did to her. Now that we know the truth, do you think Echo’s father did the right thing by covering up the incident and keeping it from her? How do you think he should have handled it?
I don't think keeping her in the dark could possibly help her. Especially since she still wanted to see her mom through all of it. She needed to understand the truth. He would have made things a lot easier for Echo if he'd just been honest. I think he hid the truth from her more to cover his own mistakes and guilt.

4. Mrs. Collins plays an integral role in helping Echo and Noah find a new normal and happiness in their lives. Tell us about someone in your life who helped you, someone who changed your life, was there for you, or offered help/comfort when you most needed it (or when you didn’t know you needed it).
My parents have always been there for me when things go wrong, whether it be for financial problems or a shoulder to cry on.

5. Another major truth is revealed when Echo’s father finally opens up to his daughter and tells her about her mother and how his relationship with Ashley evolved. Knowing this, how do you feel about Ashley now? And what did you think when you learned the name of the baby?
Cheating is cheating no matter how you sugar coat it. And what Echo's dad did not only ruined his already failing marriage, but it ruined the relationship between the children and Ashley. There's no way to make the situation ok.

6. Echo and Noah ride off into the sunset together. *happy sigh* If you had the chance, who would you ride off with and where would you go?
I already got to ride off into the sunset with my hero:)
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