The characters in this book are great. I laughed quite often but the basis of the story line was never lost. Very good book.
This book is clearly aimed at teenagers. I read it as a recommendation from a book club. Its a good book and will make you cry.
I love Jodi Picoult's books. The story was here was depressing and I found it hard to feel as sorry for the mother as I think I was supposed to feel.
However true to form, there was a surprise ending. And this one was something I didn't see coming!
I really enjoyed this book. It kept me in suspense constantly. Good reader too.
The story was bad and the reader was awful. Jimmy needs to stick with writing songs and let a real author write books.
I liked the book. Very easy read but left you with something to think about. Uplifting and gives you hope.
I really liked his other book "The Elephant Whisper". This one depressed me so much for the first few chapters, that I didn't want to finish it.
The story was a good one but the author spent too much of the book telling stories that didn't matter to the plot.
This was a very unusual book. The author did a great job of describing everything so that I could see it in my head. I felt it took too long to get to the meat of the book. I was confused for the first half because I couldn't decide whom was supposed to be the main characters.
This book was a little wordy but stick with it. The story is absolutely worth it!
This was an okay story but didn't keep me on the edge of my seat like other books by Picoult
I empathized with Peter.
The ending had a surprise for the reader.
Josey was such a whiner! She drove me crazy! And her mother encouraged that behavior.
Report Inappropriate Content