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The very end, the twist will make you think about it for days following the finsh of the book.
This book did not get the final star because I felt I focused too much on some characters that did not really relate well to the central story.
Taking situations that seem impossible to deal with, and making them play out with lessons for all of us along the way.
I enjoyed the story overall. I liked having each chapter told from a different character, liked getting to know them.Published 23 hours ago by Alyson J. Boyle
Least predictable of all the books I've read by her! Great book.Published 3 days ago by Sara Nisbeth
Shay Bourner murdered June Nealon's husband and daughter to atone, he wanted to give his heart to June's other daughter after his execution. Read morePublished 12 days ago by O. Snow
It's a really interesting concept-- what if someone who acted a lot like Jesus was around today? What if he was doing miracles like Jesus? What would you believe? Read morePublished 12 days ago by Suz
Jodi Picoult is an incredibly sloppy researcher. She has a tendency to present her own fabrications as fact (in Catholicism, law, etc. Read morePublished 17 days ago by totem
This novel hit a sweet spot for me. Tragic events, disturbing to say the least, but presented in multiple points of view that laid the story out in uninterrupted sequence. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Dean K Miller
Jodi is a magnificent story-teller that never disappoints! Always an unbelievable and surprising twist at the end. Highly recommend!Published 1 month ago by Michele Collishaw