Sanibel Flats Topics for Discussion

Randy Wayne White
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Rafe Hollins fakes his own suicide and lets Ford rescue his son for him. How different would the plot have been if Ford had known that Rafe was still alive? What key events would have been different?

What role does Jessica McClure play in the novel and in Ford's life? Why do you think he invites Dr. Sheri Braun-Richards to his home for dinner rather than Jessica by the end of the novel?

What role does the fish tank and the Sanibel Biological Supply business play in the story? Why are they essential elements of Ford's life in Sanibel Island?

Describe Ford's tarpon fishing episode. Why does Ford let the fish go? What does this event symbolize and show the readers about Ford?

Pilar uses a unique method to reunite her people and install the Mayan culture once again into their society. How does she manage to...

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