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The Paris Diversion


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Can you identify one character in this book that seemed to have good intentions?

Created: 02/05/20

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Posted Feb. 05, 2020 Go to Top | Go to bottom | link | alert
Junebug

Join Date: 01/25/20

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Can you identify one character in this book that seemed to have good intentions?

Could you find anyone that actively was trying to do something nice for someone else? I felt bombarded by their "me, me, me" mentality. Their subterfuge with and off-handed treatment of their significant others, their lack of loving concern for their children, their willingness to cheat and lie their way through life. What a lot of unlikeable people!


Posted Feb. 06, 2020 Go to Top | Go to bottom | link | alert
cathyoc

Join Date: 04/26/17

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RE: Can you identify one character in this book that seemed to have good intentions?

What an interesting question. I really tried to find a character that had good intentions and the closest I came was the sniper. He was trying to do his job and hoped that by doing os he would save lives.


Posted Feb. 10, 2020 Go to Top | Go to bottom | link | alert
marks

Join Date: 02/25/19

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RE: Can you identify one character in this book that seemed to have good intentions?

I had the same question, but I kind of liked reading a book full of essentially "me, me, me" characters. Instead of rooting for anyone in particular, it was a change of pace being able to just follow the story. It was a character list of lesser evils.


Posted Feb. 10, 2020 Go to Top | Go to bottom | link | alert
SKB

Join Date: 10/28/18

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RE: Can you identify one character in this book that seemed to have good intentions?

I agree with the comment about the sniper. He seemed to be the one person trying to keep things good, with little success. Everyone else was just in it for themselves.


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