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My Sister's Keeper
My Sister's Keeper | Jodi Picoult
New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult is widely acclaimed for her keen insights into the hearts and minds of real people. Now she tells the emotionally riveting story of a family torn apart by conflicting needs and a passionate love that triumphs over human weakness.Anna is not sick, but she might as well be. By age thirteen, she has undergone countless surgeries, transfusions, and shots so that her older sister, Kate, can somehow fight the leukemia that has plagued her since childhood. The product of preimplantation genetic diagnosis, Anna was conceived as a bone marrow match for Kate -- a life and a role that she has never challenged...until now. Like most teenagers, Anna is beginning to question who she truly is. But unlike most teenagers, she has always been defined in terms of her sister -- and so Anna makes a decision that for most would be unthinkable, a decision that will tear her family apart and have perhaps fatal consequences for the sister she loves. My Sister's Keeper examines what it means to be a good parent, a good sister, a good person. Is it morally correct to do whatever it takes to save a child's life, even if that means infringing upon the rights of another? Is it worth trying to discover who you really are, if that quest makes you like yourself less? Should you follow your own heart, or let others lead you? Once again, in My Sister's Keeper, Jodi Picoult tackles a controversial real-life subject with grace, wisdom, and sensitivity.
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lauren.lerner
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Did you know that Jodi Picoult can dish it out by jumping on a bandwagon to attack a graduate student for an opinion she had three years ago because it hurt Sarah Dessen‘s fee fees but can‘t take it when she‘s told her faux-pology (which she built on actual apologies by PoC authors because of course she did) is sorely lacking?

Really glad I stopped reading her novels a decade ago 😂

Megabooks This doesn‘t surprise me. I‘m disappointed but not surprised. All those female authors attacking the graduate student. Smdh. They should be more tough and mature. And maybe books for teens (as Dessen herself says she writes) aren‘t the best choice for incoming college students. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 5d
Tamra I don‘t know about this, but it doesn‘t look good. I‘ve never read any of her novels. I feel like if you put your work out there for consumption, you need to expect feedback, even if it isn‘t positive. 5d
4thhouseontheleft This whole thing feels very Twilight Zone. I feel so bad for the grad student, the backlash against her by so many authors was completely out of proportion to what she said. 5d
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lauren.lerner I‘m so upset for the grad student. The way her university threw her under the bus?? And the gang-up after Dessen cherry picked the clip she shared, conveniently leaving out the fact that they went with a book about racism??? Unbelievable. The whole thing is surreal!! @megabooks @4thhouseontheleft 5d
lauren.lerner I totally agree with that last sentence, @Tamra. I‘ve never even heard of Dessen before this (I usually stick to SFF in YA) but you better believe I‘ll be avoiding her work from here on out. 5d
Annl Thanks for sharing this. 5d
4thhouseontheleft The number of authors that jumped on the bandwagon without actually looking at anything beyond Dessen‘s cherry-picked screenshot was ridiculous. Including some I really admire, like Roxane Gay, Celeste Ng and Angie Thomas. 5d
Megabooks @4thhouseontheleft Yes, that was the kicker. How many other authors just jumped on blindly. 5d
lauren.lerner @Annl you‘re welcome! 5d
lauren.lerner Agree with both of you, the number of folks who didn‘t bother to read the context and just went straight to caping for Dessen was and is so upsetting, @megabooks @4thhouseontheleft 5d
Megabooks @lauren.lerner The first thing I did before deciding how I felt was READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE. I think that‘s the minimum someone should do before reacting. You owe that to the quoted person. If you don‘t have time, stay silent, lest you look like an idiot! 5d
lauren.lerner One would think authors like NK Jemisen, Roxane Gay, Celeste Ng, Angie Thomas, etc etc would think to do that too, @Megabooks, and yet.... here we are. Really disappointing tbh. Especially when the point the student made about why Dessen‘s book wasn‘t the right choice in light of the other books available is a really excellent one!! And extremely valid!! 5d
batsy Ugh. A few of the authors who jumped to defend Dessen and called the young woman all kinds of names—in the name of defending teen girls' reading choices, irony much?—were authors I was planning to check out. But I won't bother now. A spoilt cohort of privileged tantrum-throwers don't interest me anymore... 5d
lauren.lerner RIGHT @batsy?!?!?! I have been keeping an eye out for apologies and the only ones that have held water are Jemisen, Gay and Ng, and their follow up replies acknowledging the harm their jumping in did have been the only thing keeping me from yeeting their books into the sun. Everyone else can pound sand at this point — there are so many amazing authors out there, I won‘t waste my time on the assholes. (edited) 5d
Megabooks I looked up my college‘s choices for freshman readalong (as I call it), and embarrassingly enough, in 2005 for the class of 2010. they chose the novel you tagged. 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️ I honestly agree with the person who called her books, “supermarket novels for white grandmothers” on Twitter. hilariously her name is misspelled on the website “Judy Picoult”. 😂 https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/new-students/common-experience (edited) 5d
sprainedbrain This whole mess has helped me remove books by several authors from my TBR. I could always take or leave Dessen, Picoult, and Weiner anyway, but I‘m really bothered by the pile ons by Roxane Gay, Celeste Ng, and Angie Thomas. And the way some tried to frame not liking a particular author, book, or genre to the somehow being anti-feminist or patriarchal is just ridiculous. 5d
4thhouseontheleft @sprainedbrain I feel some of the POC authors involved - many of whom also issued the more sincere apologies - are getting more 💩 than Weiner, Picoult, etc. One time minor f*ck ups on social media get a pass from me, until it becomes a pattern. But Dessen? Never read her books, and now I never will. 5d
4thhouseontheleft @sprainedbrain And, while I still plan on reading Angie Thomas in the future, my GR Award semifinal vote for YA will be different. I voted for OTCU in the first round, today switched my semifinal vote to With the Fire On High. 5d
sprainedbrain @4thhouseontheleft I don‘t plan to stop following or reading Ng, Thomas, or Gay. I still haven‘t read OTCU (it‘s on my list for next year) so I hadn‘t voted for it. 😃 5d
4thhouseontheleft @sprainedbrain It‘s a good book! It was the only one I‘ve read in that category, my YA game must be off this year. 😂I‘ve dipped into With the Fire on High, which may have swayed me anyway by the time I finish it. 5d
sprainedbrain @4thhouseontheleft I‘ve only read two in that category this year... Birthday and Lovely War, both of which I loved. While I‘m not entirely sure I would call Lovely War YA, I voted for it. 😊 5d
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LibrarianRyan Will do. Let me think. 4w
Freespirit Some great books here! 4w
monalyisha Thanks @sblbooks 🤗! 4w
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monalyisha I‘d be in your club! Good mix of genres/audiences! 4w
megnews Thanks for the tag! I read Woman 99 this year. Very good. I‘ve got Dopesick on my tbr. 4w
OriginalCyn620 What?! Only 12? I need to think about this...🤔 4w
sblbooks @OriginalCyn620 I know, right? It was difficult. 4w
Hooked_on_books Good choices! Lots to dig in to here. 4w
Crazeedi Wow, you picked some good ones! I'd join! 3w
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Eggs Great choice!! Read book, saw movie but you know which was better 🤗🤗 3mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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“Seeing her sitting there unresponsive makes me realize that silence has a sound.”
Jodi Picoult, My Sister's Keeper

#QuietQuote
#AugustABC

Macker11 This book has all the feels 😍 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Macker11 definitely 😭😭🤯 Most of hers do!!! 3mo
brit91 One of my favorites!💖😢📚😍 3mo
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Eggs Oh be still my heart ♥️ that quote hits me right in the soul. Perfection 💗👏🏻🤗📚🤗💗 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs me too my friend ❤️❤️❤️ 3mo
Copwithabook Lord this one broke me down into sobs when I read it 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Copwithabook me too 😭😭😭 3mo
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pandabear2020
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Finally got around to reading this gem and so glad I did! When does one child's life become more important than another, and can a parent be trusted to make that choice?

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@RealLifeReading 💗📚💗📚

Jee_HookedOnBookz Matilda! My sister's keeper! ❤️ ❤️ 5mo
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AGO715
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There are three books I‘ve read that have devastated or shocked me fully. The ending of My Sister‘s Keeper and The Boy in the Striped Pajamas devastated me! It completely took me by surprise the main characters dying and the way they died. The Last Battle in the Narnia series shocked and angered me. I was angry and confused when Aslan told them they were all dead. It‘s been years since I‘ve read any of these books and I‘m still upset about them.

KristenDuck I remember when I was a kid my mom used to say “well they never kill the main character” ... things have changed! 6mo
AGO715 Yes it has! Main characters used to be safe. But not anymore, not in anything. Book, tv, movies 6mo
APLitlife My favorite author! Love her books! 5mo
SW-T Loved this book, but that ending was a surprise! Years since I read the Narnia series but it was shocking to have main characters die back then. Par for the course now 😳 5mo
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Madison91
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This is NOT my usual genre, I usually hate this genre. But I can‘t not like this book. Cried, cried and cried.

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julesG Indeed! 6mo
GripLitGrl @julesG 👍💕 6mo
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AprilMae
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It's ok to be #notperfect

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GatheringBooks
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#QuotsyApr19 Day 8: An #odd sense of being not of this world may just be the best thing ever. I have yet to read this book but I heard it is a tear-jerker.

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liyababayants
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One of the saddest, but most beautifully written pieces of literature that I have ever read!

Chelleo Welcome! Checkout #Litsytips: http://bit.ly/litsytips by @RaimeyGallant and #LitsyHowTo videos: goo.gl/UrCpoU. They‘re great and should help you get settled in. Follow @LitsyHappenings to find out about various challenges, buddy reads, meet-ups and swaps taking place. #LitsyWelcomeWagon 8mo
RaimeyGallant Welcome! 8mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🌺🌺 8mo
ProfReader Welcome to Litsy!!! ❤️💜♥️💕💚 8mo
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Chelseabillups30
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Oh my goodness.....this book. 🤯
So many moments of gut wrenching tension between the characters at every turn of a page.
Heartbreaking. Hilarious.
All the way through has you deciding who you‘re rooting for and then has you unable to take a side.
A story that has you pondering how far you would go for the ones you love most.
Makes you think about how much control we do and don‘t have over our life circumstances.
A read I won‘t soon forget.

Jee_HookedOnBookz Love this book too! 10mo
RadicalReader @Chelseabillups30 be sure to check out the movie too wonderful film adaptation 10mo
Chelseabillups30 @RadicalReader, I‘ve actually seen the film.....YEARS ago! And I am not one to see the movie before reading the book, that‘s very rare!! Probably part of the reason the ending of the book was such a surprise I didn‘t see coming!! 10mo
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RadicalReader @Chelseabillups30 could always do a rewatch I would never a bad time for it 10mo
Chelseabillups30 @RadicalReader, I have a carpal tunnel surgery coming up where I‘ll be down and unable to function for a few days...maybe I‘ll save the rewatch until then... 10mo
RadicalReader @Chelseabillups30 good to be able to binge shows and movies especially when you‘re recovering. Relaxing and enjoyable activity. I hope you recovery quickly and your surgery goes well 10mo
Chelseabillups30 @RadicalReader, yessssss!!! I was just having that conversation about what I‘ll plan to watch next during that time tonight actually, so I‘ll have to see how I can add this one to the list!! Thank you for the well wishes. (edited) 10mo
Klou One of my favourite books!!! 10mo
The45Girl This book still haunts me. 10mo
Raemorales This book was the first nonschool book I read after college and I still love it. I think I reread it almost every year. 10mo
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Chelseabillups30
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See, as much as you want to hold on to the bitter sore memory that someone has left this world, you are still in it. And the very act of living is a tide: at first it seems to make no difference at all, and then one day you look down and see how much pain has eroded.

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Chelseabillups30
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Listening to this being read on Audible was priceless. Literally laughed out loud. 😂😂😂

Acoleman Great book!!! One that the story has stuck with me for years!! Enjoy! 10mo
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Chelseabillups30
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Vibes today.....and most days really. 🤷🏻‍♀️ Here I go to pull another all nighter!!!!

Crazeedi Lo ove this quote 10mo
Chelseabillups30 @Crazeedi, it‘s technically not from the book, but I‘m still currently reading it, so it applies!! 10mo
Slajaunie I felt this way today. That is why I am half way through a new book! 😁 10mo
Chelseabillups30 @Slajaunie, I‘m about to (hopefully) get through the last half of this current read!! 10mo
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Chelseabillups30
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Do all the wonderful things happen when we are not aware of them?

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The human capacity for burden is like bamboo–far more flexible than you‘d ever believe at first glance.

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DEAD. 😂😂😂

Iblu So funny!!!🤣🤣🤣🤣 (edited) 10mo
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Chelseabillups30
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A character after my own heart!! 🏒❤️🥅

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Chelseabillups30
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It is the things you cannot see coming that are strong enough to kill you. 🤯💥🤯💥🤯

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Chelseabillups30
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I sometimes wonder if it‘s just me, or if there are other women who figure out where they are supposed to be by going nowhere.

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brilremy
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As a parent, this book was even more heart wrenching than it would have been before I gave birth to my little man. It shows you what being the parent of a really ill child is like. It‘s told from the perspective of each character, so you get a good feel for everyone‘s side of the story. The ending was incredibly unexpected and honestly, it made me cry. If you need a good cry from a well written story, this is a great book to turn to. I loved it.

Kloves2read My favorite Jodi Picoult book!! I bawled my eyes out!! 10mo
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Significant relevance in regards to our current political climate!!!

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Paus0312
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You decide about your body!!!

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5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️‘s *stays up through the night to finish my book Jason rolls over in bed and says, ”You ok?” me:” I'm fine it was just a really sad book.” Jason: ”Oh ok love you.” - he rolls over and goes back to sleep . I'm starting to think he's getting used to this lol, I loved this book even though it made me bawl my eyes out it was extremely well written. I finished this book before It‘s kind of a funny story I just forgot to update it on here

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5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️‘s *stays up through the night to finish my book Jason rolls over in bed and says, ”You ok?” me:” I'm fine it was just a really sad book.” Jason: ”Oh ok love you.” - he rolls over and goes back to sleep . I'm starting to think he's getting used to this lol, I loved this book even though it made me bawl my eyes out it was extremely well written. I liked that each character had their own point of view and story to tell.

BookwormM The film totally ruined the ending 12mo
Carolhreads @BookwormM I'm glad I didn't ever watch the movie then maybe I still won't after reading the book the book is always better :) 12mo
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Carolhreads
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Starting :) I've heard this book makes people boohoo cry so I came prepared. #currentlyreading #bookstagram #imoverdramatic #readingrivalry

Tianarose Yes! Definitely a ugly cry book! 12mo
Carolhreads @Tianarose yeah I certainly ugly cried when I finished it this morning it wasn't pretty lol 12mo
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1. My daughter's stuffed bunny Bleu. (Yes she's 18 and still has stuffed animals.) 😊❤
2. About 5, I think.
3. Anything vegan but I like to make blueberry truffles
4. 6-8 weeks
5. My Sister's Keeper; highly recommend it but get ready to cry.
@MinDea #HumpDayPost

BooknerdsLife Aww my girl is 18 too and still sleeps with her Peter Rabbit she has since birth 😆👍 12mo
nu-bibliophile @BooknerdsLife She has a Pooh Bear that she's had since birth! It's all worn out but she refuse to get rid of it. 😁 12mo
RadicalReader @nu-bibliophile what non vegan food do you miss the most? 12mo
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nu-bibliophile @RadicalReader I was never a meat person so I don't miss it much but I do miss eggs A LOT especially for breakfast. 12mo
RadicalReader @nu-bibliophile do they make a vegan type of egg. I know they do make a lot of marvelous vegan alternatives to the classics and eggs are a classic that they should have an alternative of 12mo
nu-bibliophile @RadicalReader Yes there are lots of alternatives but the most popular ones are made with crumbled tofu, which I think taste pretty good too. 12mo
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Got my tissue box next to me, so I'm all set!

"In my first memory, I am three years old and I am trying to kill my sister..."

RadicalReader @nu-bibliophile the movie is also spectacular one of my guilty pleasures such a wonderful cast and oozing with emotions 12mo
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Who we are...

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Wonderwoman89
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Any advice for a severe reading slump? I have been trying to read this book for over a month now and my mind keeps wandering to other issues. We still have no internet or tv and a lot of clean up so I thought reading would help but it isn‘t. What can I do to get back into reading?

jfalkens Try reading something else? I'd try either a favorite or something completely different than usual. Good luck xXxX 14mo
LibrarianRyan I would go for some brain candy. A short read that will make you laugh. 14mo
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TheReadingMermaid Thanks for the tag sweetheart! 😘🤗😘 14mo
sebrittainclark 💙📚💙📚💙 14mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheReadingMermaid you‘re welcome 😘😘😘 14mo
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SilversReviews WOW...GREAT PHOTO!! 14mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @SilversReviews thank you 💗🙌🏻📚 14mo
vkois88 Thank you for the tag ❤ ❤ ❤ 14mo
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Wonderwoman89
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My weekend read along with my favorite tea.

Melwilk My favorite tea too! 1y
Wonderwoman89 @Melwilk did you know they have a tea of the month club for 14.00 a month? I am thinking of joining 1y
Melwilk @Wonderwoman89 I did not know that! I will have to check it out. Thanks! 1y
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olivia.ferz I loved this book!! 💚 1y
amb That‘s my favorite tea too! 1y
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Scarlett_ohara
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#AugustReads: I have read 16 books last month which I think is a personal record for me!
1 audiobook (Sleeping Beauties)
12 books written by women (those written by men being La jeune fille et la nuit, Crazy Rich Asians, Ready Player One and Sleeping Beauties)
My absolute 5-star favorites are Almost Love, The Surface Breaks and My Sister's Keeper (probably my number 1 this month. Louise O'Neill and Jodi Picoult rock.)

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I adored this book with all my heart. It was, without a doubt, the best book I read this summer. The story is so compelling, it deals with complex moral issues. I loved all the characters who are relatable in their own way. My boyfriend found me sobbing on the couch after finishing this book, that's how heartbreaking it is.

Caroline2 I haven‘t read the book but I loved the film! I was sobbing at the end! 😢 1y
Scarlett_ohara @Caroline2 I haven't seen the film but I heard the ending is completely different from the ending of the book! 1y
Caroline2 Ahhhhhhhhhhh I did not know that...interesting! 1y
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Lizylindz03
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LOVED this book. I should have read it ages ago. It gives you perspective on those (and families)that go through cancer. What a twisted ending.

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AEvan25
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This was such an amazing book, it had me in tears a few times and it takes a good book to make me cry! I absolutely loved this book! Jodi Picoult is an amazing author!

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Anybody want a bookish scarf and signed book by Jodi? Enter here : http://bit.ly/2yJNiA6

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dariazeoli
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“Let me tell you this: if you meet a loner, no matter what they tell you, it's not because they enjoy solitude. It's because they have tried to blend into the world before, and people continue to disappoint them.”

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#selfishlove #aprella
My daughter always asks what the photo prompt is and her usual answer is Gatsby - as it was for today! When I said I‘m not doing it two days on the run she suggested this one instead! Which is also a perfect pick 😁
I don‘t read a lot of Picoult but she certainly has a monopoly on those moral dilemmas!!

Cathythoughts I have never read this author. Must investigate.... 2y
Endowarrior21 I cry every time I read the book or watch the movie 2y
TrishB @Cathythoughts I have a very mixed relationship with her!! But she knows how to pull the strings and I think she has written a book on every possible modern moral dilemma! 2y
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TrishB @Endowarrior21 it packs a punch doesn‘t it! I‘ve never watched the film - but I‘m aware of what they did! 2y
olivia.ferz I loved this book!! But not the movie though. I don't think it gave justice to the book. 2y
TrishB @olivia.ferz I‘m not tempted to watch! 2y
Soubhiville This is my favorite Picoult! I absolutely loved it, and cried so much! 2y
Mdargusch Your daughter is funny! But such a perfect choice for this prompt! 2y
emilyhaldi Good one!! Love that you have some help from your daughter ☺️💗 2y
Reviewsbylola This is a great choice. Such a sad book. 2y
nu-bibliophile Very sad book but I loved it. Preferred the book than the movie. 2y
Cinfhen Such a brilliant pick❤️ 2y
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1. I'm the oldest
2. Yes. I wanted a brother
3. Just the one, a sister
4. Beezus and Ramona
5. I'm finding a bunch!
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