So I really loved this book and thought the ending was fantastic. I can't get this book out of my head and now I'm on pins and needles waiting for the movie. But just a few questions I had came up and I was wondering what others who read the book thought.
1. Teddy and Chuck are interviewing patients at the hospital. Teddy asks each if they know Andrew Laeddis and they all say no, even though that is Teddy himself and he has been a patient for two years. I know everyone was in on it, but how can you make insane people understand to say "no I don't know who that is" when asked about that?
2. Along the same lines, why did the one patient (I think her name was Bridget) writes in Teddy's notebook to "run"?
3. When Teddy is looking at his gun given to him by Cawley, the intials on it are "ED". Shouldn't they be AL?
3. What do you make of the last few pages? Teddy understands who is and what he did, but Cawley said they had the same breakthrough months back and he regressed. He says he won't regress, yet at the end he is back to being Teddy, thinks Chuck is there and says something like "you think they're onto us?" Maybe I'm overthinking it but this threw me off!