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Blood Orange
Blood Orange
Author: Drusilla Campbell
Dana Cabot cannot remember the kind of person she was before May 29th, the day she became angry at God, at her workaholic attorney husband, and herself. The day her seven-year-old daughter. Bailey, disappeared. As the months wear on without a trace of her adorable but troubled child, Dana can't help blaming her husband's controversial de...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780758209214
ISBN-10: 0758209215
Publication Date: 7/1/2005
Pages: 344
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 152 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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obsidianfire avatar reviewed Blood Orange on + 133 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 20
I loved the way it switches the perspectives to different characters in the novel instead of just from one point of view. The plot was interesting and the outcome was a bit of a surprise. All in all an ejoyable read.
bookaddict avatar reviewed Blood Orange on
Helpful Score: 11
The premise is very interesting--a young girl disappears from her own front yard. Told from the perspective of the girl's mother, her father, and the mother's best friend (an Episcopal priest), it had uneven places but on the whole was plotted well. There is a good bit about spirituality in this book (how one can maintain a relationship with God when one's child has been abducted, for example), which may appeal to some readers, and may turn others off.
luvbooks avatar reviewed Blood Orange on + 126 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This book had an interesting storyline that was quite thought-provoking! It involves a missing child and the affect it has on the family.
Cassidy62 avatar reviewed Blood Orange on + 4 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
I enjoyed this book, although I figured some parts of it out before it ended. It clealry made me think about choices and how those we make effect others. I would recommend this book.
babyjulie avatar reviewed Blood Orange on + 336 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
I LOVED this book!! I had to remind myself everytime I picked it up not to look ahead to find out what happens. It definitely keeps you guessing and at the same time makes you think. I would most definitely recommend this book to anyone. One of the best I've EVER read!
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lovemycalicokitty avatar reviewed Blood Orange on + 8 more book reviews
This was a great book with a shocking twist. I couldn't put it down and was very pleased with the writing style.
reviewed Blood Orange on + 18 more book reviews
stopped after first few chapters the ending was way too obvious
suzibrooke avatar reviewed Blood Orange on + 20 more book reviews
Any book about a missing child is gripping. This is no exception, except that as the novel moves along, the abduction seems to be more of a subplot. Instead, the book takes on the themes of marriage ennui versus passion for a near stranger, mental illness, and a good dose of faith as opposed to mere religion. Then we get a sub-plot of a very evil criminal, and whether it's ethical to give assistance and tolerate being near that person.

I cared enough to keep turning pages, but it was odd to me how the actually abduction and subsequent story becomes more of a background


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