What are your reading in April? We're reading The Chalk Man by CJ Tudor! And we have a surprise for BookLikes readers. CJ Tudor agreed to answer questions from her fans and readers!
Make sure to leave your question to the author below and share your book review. If you haven't read the book yet, please JOIN the Book Club and the discussion groups. Links are below:
YOU ASK A QUESTION, CJ TUDOR ANSWERS.
LEAVE YOUR QUESTION TO THE AUTHOR IN THE COMMENT SECTION BELOW
The Event is also on Facebook, share it among your friends :)
⭐ CLICK to go to The Chalk Man Buddy Read Book Club
⭐ CLICK to go to The Chalk Man discussion group
⭐ CLICK to share your answers in The Chalk Man Questionnaire - 10 Questions about the book
We'd love to know how did you like the book and what are the best (and the worst, if any) parts and characters in it. We've prepared a set of questions and we'd like to ask you to share your views :)
You can share it in the discussion group OR on your blog with The Chalk Man 10 Questions tag. Thank you!
1. How do you like the characters, their personalities and motivations? Are they well developed or one-dimensional ?
2. How do you like the twists & turns, did they meet your expectations, did they make you guess, did they glued you to the book?
3. At what point in the book you solved the mystery secret or at least you thought you did ;)?
4. Did you pick out some clues hidden by the author?
5. They say the book is Stephen King-like, do you agree?
6. What lines struck you?
7. Did the book ending fulfill your expectations?
8. To what kind of reader would you recommend the book?
9. Was it a good mystery read?
10. Have you reviewed the book on your blog? If so, please add a link to your review.
Psst. Please remember that some readers haven't read the book yet so if you'd like to reveal more facts, please use the spoiler tag.
It began back in 1986, at the fair, on the day of the accident. That was when twelve-year-old Eddie met Mr Halloran - the Chalk Man. He gave Eddie the idea for the drawings: a way to leave secret messages for his friends and it was fun, until the chalk men led them to a body. Thirty years later, Ed believes the past is far behind him, until an envelope slips through the letterbox. It contains a stick of chalk, and a drawing of a figure. Is history going to repeat itself? Was it ever really over? Will this game only end in the same way?