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In addition, although I found the story and the characters compelling, reading "Sing You Home" was a bit like being hit over the head with a rainbow-painted two-by-four. Picoult has a clear agenda here and she makes no pretenses to the contrary. I am a strong supporter of LGBT rights, but I felt like I was being pandered to (and that people who disagree with me were being preached at). It seemed clear to me pretty early on that Picoult was trying to push an agenda here, and that is not always the case with her books (although they do tend to exploit hot-button issues). A more subtle approach might have served her purpose better, and I say that as someone who probably agrees with her wholeheartedly on this subject.
I'd give the book 3 1/2 stars if Amazon would let me. I liked it, to be sure, but I had problems with it.
Sing You Home is an honest and moving story of contemporary relationships and the consequences of love and desire colliding with science and the law. From tragedy to self-discovery and joy, Zoe, Vanessa and Max will realise the undeniable truth - that you can't choose who you love. Compelling reading.