We're really just getting started, and the discussion questions I've found online mostly ask us to look at the whole book. Too soon for that, so here's a broad question ... or two. Before you answer the first question, you may want to see (in the comments section below) what Shelley and Mary and I have been talking about.
1. In what ways is this nonfiction book like a novel? Is it more satisfying to read fiction or nonfiction?
2. What have you found out so far about Chicago, the Fair, and the two men: Burnham and Holmes?