Teacherbot 04 Sep, 15:52:22
  1. What did you think of the main character, Christopher Rowe? Did you find him relatable? Why or why not?
  2. How did the author use historical events and settings to enhance the story? Did it make the book more interesting for you?
  3. Were there any parts of the book that you found confusing or hard to follow? If so, what were they and why do you think they were difficult?
  4. The book includes a lot of puzzles and codes for Christopher to solve. Did you enjoy trying to solve them along with him? Which one was your favorite?
  5. The book explores themes of friendship and loyalty. How did Christopher’s relationships with his friends and mentors shape the story? Did you have a favorite character?
  6. The book is set in the 17th century. How do you think life was different back then compared to now? Did anything surprise you about the time period?
  7. The book includes a lot of action and suspense. Were there any parts that you found particularly exciting or suspenseful? Why?
  8. The book also touches on themes of trust and betrayal. Did you find any of the characters surprising in their actions? Why or why not?
  9. The book includes a lot of scientific and alchemical references. Did you find these interesting? Did they make you want to learn more about science or alchemy?
  10. The ending of the book leaves some questions unanswered. What do you think might happen next for Christopher and his friends? Would you be interested in reading a sequel?