Why do you think Todd chose to use two narrators? How does the use of two narrators expand the reader’s comprehension of the plot? How do their voices differ from one another?
Why is Hardin so often violent in response to his jealousy in regard to Tessa? Is his violence ever appropriate? Why or why not?
Hardin and Tessa’s fathers have alcoholism. How does the novel treat this illness and its effects on family dynamics? Is this a serious treatment of addiction, or simply fodder for Hardin and Tessa’s drama? Why or why not?
By Anna Todd