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Small Great Things
Small Great Things | Jodi Picoult
Raised the daughter of a black maid in a privileged white household, Ruth Jefferson is no stranger to prejudice - though as a respected senior nurse, she feels a world away from the inequality that defined her mother's life. Kennedy McQuarrie is a lawyer who defends those who would otherwise be helpless, and would not consider herself a racist by any means. When a white supremacist accuses Ruth of a crime that leads to the death of his new-born baby, and costs Ruth her job, Kennedy knows it is the kind of case she became a lawyer to win. As the trial unfolds and the efforts to establish the truth about what happened in the hospital continue, all three - accused, accuser and defender - will be forced to confront much bigger truths: the truths they tell themselves about the world they live in, the values upon which they've raised their families and the beliefs around which they've lived their lives. Never afraid to confront the moral dilemma of our times in the most human terms, SMALL GREAT THINGS is Jodi Picoult at her thought-provoking, life-affirming best.
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Lindsay.Butier
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“The difference between the Muslim fathers request and the request make by Turk Bauer was like the difference between day and night.
Between love and hate.” -45

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Lvpthemvp
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When you read a book that doesn‘t include Covid 19 you get a glimpse of how innocent and free we use to live. This book right here? You will be thinking about when you are not reading. The tension. The assumptions. The stereotypes . The fact that the book stems from a real life stories. Read it. Also this was my first #JodiPicoult book. Those of you who know her and live her work, what would you recommend?

megnews I don‘t love her but this one was excellent 1mo
megnews I‘m getting ready to read 1mo
Lvpthemvp Ooooo 19 Minutes looks good! Thanks so much. Let me know how you like The Storyteller 3w
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OriginalCyn620
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This was my favorite from #March. A tough read but I think an important one.

#12BooksOf2021

Andrew65 A popular book. 1mo
kplovesbooks Loved this one! So powerful! 1mo
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Rachiiebookdragon
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An eye opening read. Read for the #PopSugarReadingChallenge2021 and #spoopathon
3.75/5

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triplem80
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While this book certainly had its flaws, I really enjoyed it overall. It definitely kept my attention, and I zoomed through it really quickly. If you're able to get past the fact that one of the main characters is a Black woman being written by a white woman (I know it's a sticking point for some), I think it's worth reading.
And it checked off another #Booked2021 prompt -- #COVIDheroes!

@Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft

Cinfhen Not my favorite of hers, but still a solid read 10mo
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OriginalCyn620
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Wow! This one is going to stay with me for a long time. The writing is great, it was well-researched, and the characters were very fleshed out. The white supremacy chapters were hard to read and made me super uncomfortable, which I‘m sure was the point. But I‘m glad I powered through - it‘s an outstanding read!

#bookspinbingo - yay! 2 bingos!
#booked2021 #COVIDHEROES

TheAromaofBooks Yay bingos!!!! 10mo
Cinfhen Awesome 10mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage I definitely liked this one! But uncomfortable is right—and that‘s why I liked it. 10mo
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RonniKlein
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The absolute best book I've ever read.

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Crysboehne
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Mehso-so

⭐️⭐️⭐️.5
I wanted to love it. I really did. So many good things have been said about this book, but something fell flat for me, something felt wrong and out of place.

I‘m not saying it was bad, it was well researched and the good characters were quite likeable. I just found myself rolling my eyes more than I should have. So this is a strong meh-pick.

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Babydee2010
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Small great things
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I‘m dying! Things kids say!

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Babydee2010
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Second book of the new year! 52 books in 52 weeks!
Prompt two: featuring the legal profession

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Lauren890
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book deals with racism which I found really tough and jarring to read - especially in the first sections. I thought the characters were really fleshed out and it was a quick and absorbing read. I‘m glad I finally read it.

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Michellesibs
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'Did you know that in The Lion King, the hyenas, the bad guys, all speak in either black or Latino slang? And that the little cubs are told not to go where the hyenas live?'

I always finish a JP book with the same feeling, wow that was a lot. And this book is A LOT. Totally absorbing.

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mollyrotondo
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ So for someone who isn‘t a big fan of this author, I had to read two of her books this month 😂 As my #sundaybuddyread friends know, I am not liking her latest book. But yes @TheBookHippie I found a Picoult book I can get behind. This was a very good story about the racial problems of our justice system and I couldn‘t agree more. The sections in the white supremacist‘s voice were very hard to read. I didn‘t like the end but 👍 overall

FelinesAndFelonies @mollyrotondo Are you struggling with The Book of Two Ways? I started it and put it aside. It just wasn't working for me. 1y
mollyrotondo @FelinesAndFelonies yes I am really struggling! We read a section a week for the buddy read and I can only handle a section a day at the end of the week because I keep putting it down every 20 pages or so. I don‘t like the main character at all. 1y
Sargar114 @mollyrotondo your experience with it is making me think of an earlier #sundaybuddyread 1y
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mollyrotondo @Sargar114 😂 honestly the book of two ways is so much worse than Lydia Bird. At least I understood that Lydia Bird was about grief. I have no clue what the point is of the book of two ways. 1y
Sargar114 @mollyrotondo oh wow!!! Maybe it‘s a good thing my hold didn‘t get released in time then 😂🤣😂🤣 1y
mollyrotondo @Sargar114 I‘d be very interested in what you think when your hold comes through. A lot of us in the group are not fans 😆 1y
Sargar114 @mollyrotondo oh no! I generally share the group opinion. I‘ll still give it a try but if I‘m not feeling it may be more inclined to bail based on y‘all haha 1y
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Pageturner1
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WOW! Did not expect this book to be so powerful. It is right for this time we are in. I think it was written well.
#superseptember

Andrew65 Well done 👏👏👏 1y
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Pageturner1
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I have four books to get through till September 20th. I hope I can do it. Got to keep my goals going. The tag book is audible and on my list. It has been an awesome read so far!

@Andrew65

#superseptemberreadathon

Andrew65 Good luck 😊👍 And you‘ve got this. 👍 1y
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Graciouswarriorprincess
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Tonight was the first meeting of the Legacy Meredian bookclub. Our discussion book was “Small Great Things” by Jodi Picoult. We had a lively conversation about this book and racism. If you would like to join us monthly, please let me know.

We started this for our community but all are welcome.

And yes, I am crazy running three book clubs each month. 😆😝🥰

amber_ldsmom I might like to join. What genre do you typically read? 1y
Graciouswarriorprincess @amber_ldsmom We just started so I am waiting to hear suggestions from other members and I think we are going to vote on the suggestions each month. Let me know if you are interested. It will be a variety of genres. 1y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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“FREEDOM IS THE FRAGILE NECK of a daffodil, after the longest of winters. It‘s the sound of your voice, without anyone drowning you out. It‘s having the grace to say yes, and more important, the right to say no. At the heart of freedom, hope beats: a pulse of possibility.”

One of my favorite books by one of my favorite authors #JodiPicoult 📚💗

This book deals with much of what we are dealing with in our country today...

marleed Oh I just read this. I almost bailed because I didn‘t think I could endure the musings of a white supremacist. But I looked at my library and the audio was available for download. I did a buddy read with Audra McDonald as a narrator. That somehow made a huge difference, and I‘m very glad I read this. 1y
ElizaMarie These Mugs are gorgeous! 1y
Pageturner1 beautiful mugs! lovely phrase. Hope your feeling much better!❤️❤️ 1y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @marleed yes!! It was a difficult, but an important read!! 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @ElizaMarie thank you!! A gift from @thebookhippie 💜💜 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Pageturner1 thank you 💕 I‘m better, just having trouble concentrating 😫 1y
OriginalCyn620 Nice quote! 1y
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MallenNC
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I have seen two book events with Jodi Picoult, sponsored by our local indie at the college where I work. For Small Great Things she was interviewed by Damon Tweedy, author of Black Man in a White Coat. For A Spark of Light she was interviewed by John Grisham. The thing I remember most is that she talked about all the research she does before she ever starts writing, and Grisham said he doesn‘t research at all until he‘s finished! #AugustAuthors

Graciouswarriorprincess @MallenNC I can‘t wait for her new book! 1y
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OriginalCyn620
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I‘ve only read one #JodiPicoult book and I‘ve had this one for a while but just haven‘t gotten to it.
#augustauthors

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks One of my favorites!! 1y
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GatheringBooks
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#AugustAuthors Day 27: I received this #JodiPicoult novel along with all these other goodies for feature at GatheringBooks a few years back. One of the many things I miss in Singapore. 😭😭

TrishB Supposed to be in Singapore in 4 weeks with work, having to do all mtgs online instead ☹️ 1y
OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚👍🏻 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks It‘s a great book!!! 1y
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TheRiehlDeal
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Going to put this book in hibernation. Just finding that the readability factor isn't there for this audiobook. I do have to admit the male narrator makes you really hate Turk. I really do loathe Turk with every fiber of my being. I'm probably going to read the e-book at some point down the road. I'm sure I'll like this book as it has a 92% pick rating on here.

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TheRiehlDeal
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1. Tagged. Also, I'm slowly making my way through A Game of Thrones.
2. Robin by Dave Itzkoff.
3. Malorie by Josh Malerman.

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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marleed
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I selected this book with no idea of content as I read down my JP stack, but very nearly bailed after 15 minutes. I have no tolerance - none - for the opinions of a white suprematist. Before bailing, I saw my library made the audiobook available. The incredible Audra McDonald gives voice to the narration of Ruth Jefferson - it changed my whole experience.

JamieArc Oh I love Audra McDonald. Will have to put this on hold for the audiobook! Glad you added that tidbit. 1y
JamieArc Fun puzzle by the way! 1y
marleed @JamieArc - Yes, her voice on this story is excellent. Also, there‘s an author‘s note at the end with Jodi explaining why she wanted to tackle this subject. ...Oh my gosh, I put that 1000 piece Charlie Harper puzzle together this month - it was hard and it kept me up until 3 am one night which is unheard of for me! 1y
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JamieArc I didn‘t realize it was Charlie Harper! We have some beautiful Charlie Harper trivets that we get out at Christmas. I‘ll have to search for some puzzles of his prints. 1y
marleed @JamieArc OMG - Charlie Harper has great merchandise. It‘s now become a thing for my DIL to gift me with CH - I have 3 crossword puzzles and I‘m hesitant to start one when I get it. It must be my crack cocaine because I can‘t stop until it‘s down. I bought fabric a couple years ago and my artist of a sister made an awesome mid century inspired quilt for me! 1y
Sparklemn This is the first I‘ve heard of Charlie Harper. Great products! 1y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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Jodi‘s novels always bring about a #ripple of emotions with the controversial topics she writes about...

#BeautifulWords

OriginalCyn620 I haven‘t gotten around to this one yet! 2y
Bklover Those cups are beautiful! Was having a hard day today and got your beautiful letter! Thank you my friend for reminding me that I have friends out there. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ 2y
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DAB Someone like Jodi. I think she is an amazing writer but I can only do one of her books a year. They are so emotional trying. 2y
Graciouswarriorprincess Nice collection. I have a shelf with all her books. And I shelf of all the Chris Bohjalian books too. 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Bklover @TheBookHippie gave them to me 💜💜 you have my number, please text or call anytime!! I‘ve been a little down myself. Sending you love and hugs 🤗❤️ 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @DAB they are! We are reading her new book In November for our #SundayBuddyRead (The Book of Two Ways) if you would like to join us!! 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Graciouswarriorprincess thank you!! I have several of his, but haven‘t read them yet 🙈🙊 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @OriginalCyn620 so good and relates to what‘s going on right now... 2y
Graciouswarriorprincess @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks If you like Jodi, you will like Chris. Happy reading! 😃📚 2y
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Mleanne
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It was so hard to read without being angry, but I wanted to understand and hear the story so much that I continued. I don‘t regret it one bit. 10/10.

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Wife
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Wow, what a page turner! And I gasped at the end. I know this was popular in 2017, but I‘m never on trend or in-the-loop...I‘m glad I finally picked it out of my stack. This would be an excellent book club book because there is so much to discuss. 4/5 ⚖️s

CBee I LOVED this one. 1y
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sgoffe
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“Equality is treating everyone the same. But equity is taking differences in to account, so everyone has a chance to succeed.”

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peacegypsy
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Starting this today, about a year behind everyone else. 😊

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starlight97
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This was my first book by Jodi Picoult and she did not disappoint. This is a story that makes you think hard about race and prejudice and I'd happily make it a mandatory read for everyone.
⭐⭐⭐⭐☆

bookishbitch I really liked this one too. And the letter from the author was a nice addition to explain how she made sure she wasn't insensitive to actual black voices as a white author. 2y
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lilpumpkin2.0
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This book was very fast pace. I found myself subconsciously turning the pages and as I got toward the end of the book, it was getting SUPER good. She is a good writer. Initially I had asked myself whether the ending would be positive and sure enough i was right. Hint: Just by looking at the title of the book, one can determine whether it is negative or positive!

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May 16, 2020 Today I went to Target and looked at the book section. I went straight for the book section. There were so many books that I saw and wondered: Hmmmm I am in awe of all the new authors. I wanted to get In Five Years (didnt see it) because I read the synopsis of it but chose this one and read the back. I think this is my first time reading one of her books. FYI: The theme is racism.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks awesome book!! All of hers are though!! 2y
lilpumpkin2.0 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks This is the only one i have of hers. What are some others i can look forward to?? 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @lilpumpkin2.0 all of them!! You can‘t go wrong!! 🙌🏻 2y
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TamTracy
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What an amazing book! I know Jodi Picoult write about touch subjects but how she tackled racism and white supremacy was astonishing. I‘m very impressed with the story and the writing in this book. Will definitely recommend. ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Mishu94 I have been wanting to read this book for a really long time now! I think it‘s time I should give in 🙈 2y
TamTracy @Mishu94 I was the same way! I had no idea how powerful it would be. 2y
Mishu94 @TamTracy I‘ll give it a go then! It‘s timeeee! 😁 2y
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erzascarletbookgasm
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Ruth Jefferson, a widow, has been a maternity nurse for more than 20 years, so she‘s very used to delivering and handling #babies in the hospital but she then gets discriminated against when a newborn baby‘s white parents refused to let her touch their baby. Ruth soon gets entangled in a courtroom drama when she is blamed for the baby‘s death.

This was a good read. #MagicalMay

Eggs Such a powerful book 💔 2y
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saruuda
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Half way through was kinda nice, but the real story started off mid-way, with great excitement and suspense.

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pitou215
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I don't know what to think. I'd love to discuss this with people? What are your thoughts? Questions? Ideas?

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saruuda
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Half way through and going good 📖👩🏾‍⚕️👩🏻‍⚖️

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saruuda
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My morning dose of book, tea and biscuits📖☕🍪

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saruuda
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Onto my next read by Jodi Picoult 🙈🙈🙈🙈

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Come-read-with-me
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Another Picoult that ripped my heart out. I go through periods where I read a lot of her work. She typically creates vivid characters and her work is never formulaic. This book truly touched my heart. Kindness overcomes hate every time. ❤️

ItsAnotherJen Picoult is one of my most favorite authors. 2y
Come-read-with-me @JenFowler She is pretty astounding isn‘t she? 2y
corycatelyn This is one of my favorite books from her and of all time. As a L&D nurse, it really hits home and had a great twist like most of her books 😊 2y
Come-read-with-me @corycatelyn Wow - this must have really hit home for you. It is a powerful book. 2y
rather_be_reading this was a great one! 2y
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aa_guer2021
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I am so very sorry that this took so long to mail back (😞😢) but it is finally on its way and due by Tuesday! I appreciate the opportunity to have read the book and to have participated in the book club. Thank you, again! 🥰🙏🏻

shellleigh33 So glad you enjoyed it. Can‘t wait to read everyone‘s thoughts and comments 🥰 2y
aa_guer2021 @shellleigh33 I hope it got to you OK!! 2y
shellleigh33 I am so sorry @ruskigurl16 it did get to me safely and I loved my goodies 🥰🥰. I have been so busy at work and working a lot of overtime right now. Hope you are doing good and are safe and healthy 2y
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JeniReadABook
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Macnjen
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Really good story with great writing but it made me cringe and uncomfortable, which is the sign of good writing. It‘s a well told story of racial injustice involving white supremacy and a black nurse. The author‘s note explains why it was so important to write this story and I‘m glad she did.

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Macnjen
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Current read. Great writing but cringey topic.

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meglynn86
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This is the first book I have read in about 4 years... So far I'm loving it. I work two jobs so I have very little time. Instead of watching TV at night I decided to start reading.

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ImperfectCJ
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I have DNFed so many books already this year, but I'm really not sure I want to keep going with the tagged audiobook. I'm almost 3 hours in (of ~16), and I'm starting to worry that all of the characters are stereotypes that speak in cliches. Maybe I should try the book-book so I can read faster...
Photo: Giant asparagus (or some kind of yucca, but I prefer giant asparagus).

Megabooks I bailed on this. 2y
sprainedbrain I have had that problem with other Picoult books. And those do look like giant asparagus. 😂 2y
ljuliel I‘ve never finished a Picoult book, although I‘ve started a few. I‘m not sure why . Her writing may be very good, but it‘s either me or the wrong timing. 2y
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ImperfectCJ @ljuliel @sprainedbrain @Megabooks Thanks! I kept looking at the reviews and wondering what I was missing. Sounds like it might just not be my cup of tea. 2y
Scochrane26 I started this book for a book club & just couldn‘t do it when it got to the white supremacist part. I have listened to a few of hers a long time ago but just am not a fan. 2y
ImperfectCJ @Scochrane26 Turk is definitely unpleasant, which I could deal with, I think, if he were more of an individual. Picoult crams so many cliches into that character that it would be funny if it weren't so eye-roll-inducing. (Actually, my spouse laughed a lot when I told him about Turk. He's less susceptible to eye-rolling than I am.) 2y
Coleen_Nieto @ImperfectCJ I've read a few Jodi Picoult books and I have found that I'm just not a fan. I thought I was missing something since everyone I know loves her. I'm glad to see im not alone. 2y
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ImperfectCJ
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I had planned to listen to the tagged book while walking to the library, but this guy's not budging. I can't even listen while I sit here because my phone's almost dead and I can't reach to plug it in. The trials of being owned by your cat. (Luckily, there's always another book within reach at my house.)

Scochrane26 This stuff happens to me all the time. Our cats rule our lives. (edited) 2y
Crazeedi They are in charge you know that for sure! Never around till you need to move/leave, then they glue themselves to you!! Ah well they're worth it!2❤🐱❤ 2y
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aa_guer2021
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It‘s been about two weeks since I finished this marvelous gem of a book. It‘s taken me that long to process (kind of similar to the 😨😢😱 reaction I had to her one book I have read) but all I have to say is: I love court dramas, that twist of an ending, and the reformation that is possible. Also the importance of fighting for what you believe. ❤️ #LMPBC #groupL Thank you for your awesome choice. @Kayla.Adriena @Skeebies05 @shellleigh33 📬➡️🔜

ImperfectCJ I just got this one on audio from my library. Seeing your positive review, I'm even more excited to listen to it! 2y
aa_guer2021 @ImperfectCJ I am glad that I was obtuse in my review, and did not provide any spoilers. I will mention a trigger warning (language, race issues and this is a labor & delivery ward, so sensitive topic). Hopefully you will enjoy! 2y
ImperfectCJ @ruskigurl16 I don't actually mind spoilers, but I guess with this kind of book, it's probably better to know very little going in. This will be my first Jodi Picoult... I hope I enjoy it, too! 2y
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Kayla.Adriena I've been thinking about this book lately..especially in regard to all the drama surrounding American Dirt and the Own Voices movement...curious what people's thoughts are about a white woman writing in the voice of black woman experiencing horrific racism in her workplace. I only hope to have respectful conversations on Litsy, I understand that "outrage culture" has become a problem. I read this book and liked it. 2y
Kayla.Adriena I only hope to be a responsible informed reader and never want to hurt or bring further harm to those not living with white privilege 2y
aa_guer2021 @Kayla.Adriena I am white. I now that I live in a world where those of us who are sometimes receive treatment that is more preferential than others. My boyfriend is of Spanish decent and us together, we get looks. I am living my best life though. Favorite moment: going shopping with Ruth for a present and how she reacts to the scrutiny. There is growth in the characters. Amazing growth and that makes it an important book for this discussion. 2y
shellleigh33 Did this ever get sent out? I still have not got it in the mail 2y
aa_guer2021 @shellleigh33 I am so very sorry. Work, life, and personal problems interfered. I will get this out to you ASAP. I still have your address. 2y
shellleigh33 It‘s okay. Thank you. I understand. My friend has been asking about it and I had told her that as soon as I got it back I would let her read it. I was just afraid I had missed it or it might have got lost in the mail. 2y
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Neesay
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What if the puzzle of the world was a shape you didn't fit into? And the only way to survive was to mutilate yourself, carve away your corners, sand yourself down, modify yourself to fit? How come we haven't been able to change the puzzle instead?

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