Sunday, March 29, 2009
Update on Jodi Picoult's newest book
I just finished it and was so disappointed. I don't want to spoil it for those who want to read it still, but it is very similar to one of her other books. So similar, in fact, that I think she just got lazy, changed some names, changed minor parts of the plot, and was finished. I also didn't feel as strongly about these characters as I usually do. It's definitely a library read rather than a bookstore buy (if you are going to read it at all). I'm now onto Breaking Dawn- can't wait to see how Bella and Edward end this series!
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As shocking as this is, I've never read any of her books. But with all of my new free time on my hands, I think I should try some of her books out. What do you recommend? Do they go in order?ReplyDelete
Hey! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I can see where you were saying how you felt it was a lot like My Sisters Keeper. I think the difference is that those parents chose to create a child soley to help keep another child alive. The parents in Handle With Care weren't given any choices. I guess there are a lot of likeness in terms of how a ill or disabled child can really tear a family apart. I am in the process of picking out my new read as we speak. I might start Chasing Wild Horses. xoxo KAGReplyDelete
I've read a bunch of her books and noticed that they're almost all the same. I loevd My Sister's Keeper and also liked Keeping Faith. I haven't seen the movie yet - I heard it's so sad!ReplyDelete