In Natan Dubovitsky’s Near Zero, Chapter 24: What do the members of the “Our Own” group have in common? Can a pattern be discerned among them?
- In Max Christopher’s The Battles of Leuctra:
- Why does the baby appear to be left abandoned in part 1?
- At what point are the baby’s parents identified?
In Rune Froseth’s The Decision Button:
- Does Maurice ever speak to anyone other than the death-chair inventor?
- In what way might the name “Igor Putschnik” be comical? Why not a French name, like Guillotin?
- Why might Maurice have a death wish? According to Oscar Wilde, why would good Americans think Maurice has already died? Why might other Americans think he has the right idea?
- What happens after Maurice pushes the button? How might Igor play a practical joke on him?
What is a Bewildering Stories Challenge?