As is typical of Picoult's work, this story delves into complicated ethical terrain and encourages the reader to engage with diverse and competing perspectives. However, there's something overly simplistic about the ways that the conclusion is manufactured in this particular case.
Each chapter in this book is written from the perspective of a different charecter and there is a different narrator reading for each charecter. I really liked that!
This book kept me interested all the way through and the narration was great!
Excellent! I couldn't put this book down! Jodi Picoult is one of my most favorite authors and Lone Wolf is one of her best!
The narrators were great, very easy to listen to!
Don't know, but the many voices kept it interesting.
All Picoult books are similar--dealing with controversial themes.
No--I listen at the gym and on weekends at home doing chores.
I loved the book even though there was a lot about wolves in it.
I like the way she builds a plot.
I like Jodi Picoult's books because they have multiple readers. It helps me to remember who is who etc. I hate reading print books so yes I think it was much better than the print book!
Don't get me wrong I'm a huge fan of Jodi Picoult but as all of her fans know her books are pretty predictable -- there is a "ethical problem" then a "family struggle" then someone sneaks off and gets an attorney then there is the trail and then in the end it is neatly wrapped up leaving the reader with a new view of the ethical problem........
So yes you can compare it to every other book she has written :) BUT it is a good book and VERY well researched as usual.
Different voices for different charactors are great .
No. I needed breaks
Usually enjoy Jodi. Story is too long. Could not keep my attention!
I enjoyed Defending Jacob! I will investigate more books by this author.
I can't say the narration was bad. The story line was slow.
Not in my opinion. I found this book to be a total waste of money and time.
I like Jodi and have read/listen to most of her books, this book questions whether I will want to pick-up another Jodi book.
It did fill time during a drive.
More depth of the characters. More accuracy re: end of life decisions. Fewer wacko secondary characters.
none. not movie material
As all of Jodi Picoult's fans know, her books come with a twist.
However, this one really doesn't. I mean, the things that others may call a "twist" aren't a typical "Jodi Picoult twist."
If you've read some of Picoult's best work and are looking for another such experience, then this book isn't for you. It's not bad, it moves along nicely, and there are some quotes in it that make it an overall worthwhile experience, but it's definitely not among her best work.
The narrators are good and I like how the story is told in voices - it helps distinguish the characters and makes the overall experience more enjoyable.
Learning about wolf culture was very, very interesting - however I felt like this story has been done before. The right to die - quality of life.....
As always, I love the complexity of the characters Jodi writes.
I love that Jodi writes in different voices - and the audio version uses different narrators to speak those parts. It makes it very enjoyable to listen to.
No extreme reactions, I felt this story has been done many times. I didn't laugh or cry.
Jodi Piccoult remains one of my favorite authors but I felt like this book was recycled and the wolf story line just added to a right to die plot.