I really liked this book a lot. It had tons of twists and turns.
Interesting read...makes you stop and think about who you are and how much your family is responsible for how you turned out.
This novel starts with an interesting premise: exactly who you are, and how your world is shaped by "who" you truly are. It is a story about Jonah, Loomis, Troy, Nora and how their lives are inexorably tied together. Each has a story to tell and you get to know each person well. It leaves you a bit melancholy when it's over; I'd say it's just an okay read.
Very interesting story - different than anything else I've read in a while. The book can be sad, heartbreaking, and hopeful. I recommend it.
I read this and kept waiting for some big revelation or plot twist, but truly nothing really happened. It was an interesting read and plays on the issues of choice, fate and circumstance, because of the adoptive situation in the book, but didn't really seem to "move" anywhere.