Club Questions for
"An Uncertain Justice"
by Marnie L.
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1. The author used multiple perspectives to tell the story. Why do you feel she did this and what message was she trying to convey?
2. What specific themes did you feel were emphasized throughout the novel? What do you think the author was trying to get across to the reader?
3. Do the characters seem real and believable? Can you relate to their predicaments? To what extent do they remind you of yourself or someone you know?
4. How do characters change or evolve throughout the course of the story? What events trigger these changes?
5. Did certain parts of the book make you uncomfortable? If so, why did you feel that way? Did this lead to a new understanding or awareness of some aspect of your life you might not have thought about before?
6. Compare and contrast George and Sherman. What insights are revealed about handling economic challenges, anger, and life problems through these two characters?
7. If Edna and Sherman and Ralph and George had lived in the modern world, how do you think
their choices and outcomes would have been different?
8. Did you agree or disagree with the Georgia governor's final decision?
9. Which character in this book would you most like to meet? What would you ask or say?
10. Did you feel justice was served? Why? Or Why not?
11. Did you see any foreshadowing of
problems in Sherman and Edna's relationship? (See
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