I was so excited to discover this new title by Jodie Picoult and so disappointed by the book. I loved My Sister's Keeper and Handle with Care just seemed like the same story with a different disease. The ending should have been a shocker but having read the former title, I was not shocked, surprised or even saddened. This is the first book by Picoult that I have not enjoyed and I hope that her next effort breaks new ground. All in all....a disappointment but I did listen to the entire audiobook hoping for something new. I will keep my hopes up for the next Picoult title.
I agree, this is very like My Sister's Keeper, and has the same infuriating ending that pretty much undercuts the whole book. This book is NOT for those who want a happy ending. I don't want to say more so that the ending isn't spoiled, but just beware if negative endings bother you.
This was the first Jodi Picoult book I had listened to. It was recommended to me and I didn't read the reviews first. I really enjoyed it. I will be listening to more of her books. I thought the actors did a good job with narration.
The characters are great and the actors/readers are particularly good. There is a very loud, annoying static noise at the end of each chapter/section for all three of the book downloads. Might be a glitch in the new enhanced format option that audible now offers.
Excellent character development, plot, conflicts, and outcomes!
This is my first Picoult book and I loved it. Found it extremely interesting. It asks allot ot questions, challenges your morality, sense of right/wrong, and you get to feel and hear each of her character's point of view. I was disappointed with the ending, but I understand why this ended in this manner. Through this entire book, the characters ended up coming back to their humanity. For one of the main characters, she wasn't able to recover - but healed in a different direction. I will definitely pick a few more of her books! This one was a great read.
Does not make you a wrongful birth! I'm 55 years old with OI and thank God I'm still here, still me...breaks and all. Sad that actually 2 families lost each other and then the daughter of the wrongful birth. And the child well and heathy got lost too😢
This novel was full of tedious recipes that the reader is forced to wade through if hands are occupied. If I'd wanted recipes, I'd have bought a recipe book! It was predictable and I just didn't like this one of Jodi Picoult's books.
This was a sad and yet beautiful book. I love all the books I've read by Jodi Picoult and this was no exception. The subject was a difficult one but is handled with honesty and compassion. The narration was outstanding. I would recommend this book.