|zane Pais, Juliana Canfield, Ruby Frankel, Sadie Scott, Christian Strange.|
|Christian Strange, Sadie Scott, Ruby Frankel, Zane Pais, Juliana Canfield.|
|Christian Strange, Sadie Scott, Ruby Frankel, Zane Pais.|
Oddly, in this period of electronic readers, the medium of choice, as represented by the scenic pile, remains the printed book. As anyone familiar with Gen-Z readers knows, the preferred delivery system among them is electronic. Even with two characters working in publishing, not a word is spent on the changing modes of publication in the digital age, nor does a single Kindle reader make itself known.
|Sadie Scott, Zane:Pais, Ruby Frankel, Juliana Canfield.|
As Alice tries steering the conversation toward the book, Keith insists on following his own track, leading to hypothetical scenarios based on Quora-like questions. This involves things like talk about morality and trust, or nostalgia for their only recently lost childhoods. The principal subject, toxic masculinity, bleeds into talk about the characters in the novel.
|Ruby Frankel, Juliana Canfield, Zane Pais, Sadie Scott.|
|Zane Pais, Chriswtian Strange, Ruby Frankel.|
|Maurice Jones, Zane Pais, Sadie Scott, Juliana Canfield, Christian Strange.|
|Zane Pais, Ruby Frankel, Sadie Scott.|