The Witching Hour: A Novel Topics for Discussion

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Aaron tells Rowan that she needs time to make a moral decision. How is her decision moral or immoral? What is the morality of Lasher's ambition to become immortal? Discuss Rowan's choice.

Discuss the role of women in this novel. In the historical chapters, how were strong women viewed? How do some of the women behave outside of normal society standards (in name, dress, etc.)? What are the consequences for their behavior? What about the weaker women characters? How do they handle the pressure to comply with human versus supernatural?

Lasher is omniscient, but is limited when working in time. Discuss his attributes, abilities and constraints. How does he use his powers to achieve his goal? How do his limitations affect his ambition?

Compare the characters that attribute Lasher's actions to ordinary events (such as children stealing flowers from the church alter) to characters...

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