Chartbreaker Topics for Discussion

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1. The novel was titled Chartbreak when it was first published in England. Should that title have been kept?

Are there any advantages to the title Chartbreaker?

2. Finch is a tough, even violent, female. Is she a disturbing character?

A likable character? A believable character? As a narrator who necessarily tells a one-sided story, does Finch reveal any flaws in herself?

4519 3. What is accomplished by having Finch narrate the story? Would it have been improved by having another narrator, or several different ones to represent different points of view?

4. Finch describes Dave, Job, and Rollo as tall and fair, but not identical (Chapter 1). Are these characters sufficiently differentiated? Do they pale in comparison to Christie?

5. How does Finch feel when she first sees Chloe and her "Chloe-clones" (Chapter 2)? How does Finch's perception of herself change as a result of Chloe's party?

6. Finch describes Rollo as...

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