7 member(s) found this review helpful.
This book started out really slow for me. I had to kind of slog through the first 100 pages or so. It just wasn't grabbing me. Then I stayed up all night reading the rest of it. Figures.
What also figures is that the ending confused me and made me crazy. I realize the author does that to make you interpret it how you will, but in the meantime, those last 2 little paragraphs are driving me crazy even though I finished the book several days ago.
I know what *I* think happened, but after 400+ pages, I want the author to tell me if I'm right or wrong, dag-nab-it! :-)
Another well written book. Good for Ms. Picoult.
Now, write a book with an ending I can understand, you make me feel stupid! ;)
5 member(s) found this review helpful.
She is just incredible. Her books aren't easy to read, but they're not easy to put down either. This one was hard because being about a woman and her little girl, it struck a little too close too home, but it's such an intense book, I couldn't put it down. She puts you through the wringer!
4 member(s) found this review helpful.
I thought that this was a really good book, but I thought that it lacked a good ending. A lot of Jodi Picoult's books have some sort of shocker or unbelievable ending. This one really didn't have it. I took me about a week to read this book because I wasn't that excited about it. I recommed this book for all Jodi Picoult fans, but I don't think that this book will be their favorite.