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READ A BOOK THAT IS AS THOUGHT PROVOKING AS THIS ONE. SAVING OF NOAH IS PERFECT NOT ONLY FOR INDIVIDUALS BUT THIS IS THE PERFECT BOOK FOR BOOK CLUBS TO DISCUSS. WELL WRITTEN NO NEGATIVE CRITICISM RELATED TO THE AUTHOR. THE BOTTOM LINE IS THAT ANYONE WHO READS THE BOOK WILL REMEMBER IT FOR QUITE A WHILE. INCREDIBLE AS IT SOUNDS I HAVE NEVER READ ANYTHING LIKE IT AND I HAVE READ THOUSANDS OF BOOKS. THROUGHOUT MY LIFE. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. .
And worse yet, imagine being the parent of the child that was molested. It makes my stomach turn just thinking about it. Lucinda Berry tackles a heavy subject and writes a very real story. A story that could be any of us, people we love, people we’re related to, etc
It’s a heavy subject and not everyone can handle the reality of it. I gave a 5-Star because Berry took obvious time to research the psychology behind a pedophiles mind. She then took that research and wrote a fictional account of what happens in our world. I have to admit, that I guessed the ending. All of it. It was a bit predictable. It was professionally written but not for the faint at heart.
I knew what the book was about from the summary and I didn't expect a happy-go-lucky read or some laughs, but a dark story like this has to offer the reader something, at least some educational facts about the subject, but this book offered none of that. Only the voice of one psychologist who spent 18 months with this kid and raved about his success for just as long, only to revise her opinion overnight without even warning the family about this "new development" - all utterly ridiculous. I surely hope none of this happens in real life.
I have read all of Jody Picoult's books and this novel should NOT be compared with any of her books - not even close!!!