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Jodi is one of the most gifted writers! She shows no hesitation in tackling difficult moral/ ethical issues and this book does not disappoint. Well worth the read!Published 5 days ago by Bonnie
I enjoyed this book mostly for the research Ms Picoult did on the birth disorder called OI. I had ever heard of it before but did some googling on my own to find out more. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mimix5
Another winner! I always enjoy Jodi Picoult's stark honesty in dealing with severe illness and its impact on families and loved ones. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Laura Saint Martin
I couldn't put this book down. I was actually rooting for the family and before reading Handle with care I didn't know anything about OI. So I certainly learned a lot. Read morePublished 12 days ago by joyce c
I have a child with OI which made the book very easy to understand and relate to. I was not the biggest fan on the ending. It kind of broke my heart as a mother of a child with OI. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Lacharah
Never saw the ending coming... This was my first book authored by Jodi Picoult, and I was very impressed. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Lori
I usually love Picoult's books, but this one was frustrating and annoying. Ridiculous plot twists that were not plausible. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L.Turner
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|Why or why not Did you like the ending of this book?||
The ending was a cop out I feel. I honestly thought to myself about half way through this book, "if Willow dies at the end of this I am NOT going to be happy." This book played out in a VERY similar was to "My Sister's Keeper." The sick child, the child at the other end... Read More
Apr 27, 2009 by Marie Ulrich | See all 41 posts
Amazon has damaged every book I've bought through them. One book corner was literally broken off. Simple solution to this would be either proper fitting boxes or some padding. I won't be buying any more books through amazon.
Feb 12, 2014 by brad | See all 15 posts
|Willow Too "Mature?"||
Funny you bring this up- I am half way through this book and find myself thinking this over and over. I keep trying to remind myself that Picoult has made Willow a more mature child, but even a mature 5 or 6 year old wouldn't seem this mature....
In general, Picoult's child characters seem too... Read More
Jul 4, 2009 by Jamie Bourgeois | See all 12 posts
I agree with SaraLynn.
If there was proper research, the author would know that the tibia and fibula are in the lower leg, below the femur.
Also, physicians do not perform the imaging exams. That is why they pay Radiologic Technologists or Radiographers. We do those exams, not doctors or... Read More
Aug 2, 2009 by Jan Martin | See all 3 posts
|Look at the Kindle Price!||
I'm surprised and sorry to see the price, too. One of the selling points on the Kindle for both me and my husband was that we could save $ on books, because we read so many. I have recommended the Kindle to many, many people as well, and in part my recommendation said "and books are $10 or... Read More
Feb 28, 2009 by D. Marentette | See all 56 posts
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