Jodi has such a gift for engaging the reader throughout. If you are a Picoult fan, you'll definitely love this one, and if you have never read Picoult, this book will surely make you a new fan.
I really loved this book--it touched on so many ethical issues and the characters were very real people--you can feel their emotions as they struggle with right and wrong and what is "expected" of them. It is very worthy of your time.
This story tackles capital punishment, Gnostic or non-canonistic gospels, sexual abuse and more. It has lots to offer.
Overall I enjoyed the book, but I couldn't help but feel like I've read this one before.....perhaps The Green Mile by Stephen King? There were too many similarities for my comfort.
of a James North Patterson book but, with feeling. This book deals with the death penelty and why it dosen't work. It also has a supernatural twist, or does it? Worth the time and the credit.
The subject matter was interesting but the story just didn't flow right. It read like a lot of disconnected stories, and not all of them was completed. Not one of Jodi's better stories. Hopefully she's back in full force next time.