1. Were you at all surprised by the description Bella gave of the dullness that surrounded her life for the past four months? How did that make you feel?
Not really. Edward was Bella's world so it made sense to me that she felt that way. It made me feel a bit dull myself as well. 2. Did you agree with Charlie that Bella should go and be with her mother again? Why or why not?
Yes and no. Yes from Charlie's perspective. No from Bella's. Charlie was right by thinking that moving to a brighter city, away from all the memories would help Bella, but then again, I couldn't keep from hoping that Edward would return so to me it felt better to let Bella stay in Forks.3. Bella chose to spend her first attempt at normalcy with Jessica Stanley. Why do you think she chose Jess and not one of her other friends? Do you think Jess was a good choice? How do you think this event impacted their relationship?
Bella sort of explained this in the book, didn't she. She chose Jessica because Jessica was the easiest choice. If she would've chosen Angela it would've been much harder for Bella to attempt normalcy since Angela is much more observant than Jess. I think Jessica was the most logical choice. 4. When Bella first heard Edward's voice, did you think it was REALLY his voice or just in her head? What do you think of her solution to hear his voice more often by putting herself in danger?
I actually did think it was really him. I thought he and Bella had some sort of super strong emotional connection and that he (without really realizing it) sent her his thoughts. ... I was really convinced he still followed her around to see what she was up to.