Change of Heart
Can we save ourselves, or do we rely on others to do it? Is what we believe always the truth?
One moment June Nealon was happily looking forward to years full of laughter and adventure with her family, and the next, sh...more
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And while Jodi uses a basic formula, her novels are anything but simple or predictable. The other novels I've read have covered stem cell research, teenage date rape, and school shootings.
What makes me such a fan of Jodi's novels is that rather than use an om ...more
"In the space between yes and no, there's a lifetime. It's the difference between the path you walk and one you leave behind; it's the gap between who you thought you could be and who you really are;"
"When you're different, sometimes you don't see the millions of people who accept you for what you are. All you notice is the one person who doesn't."
"I imagine the touch of someone ...more
A mother's 7 year old daughter and husband are killed and the man who was convicted of their murders is now on death row. He wants to donate his he ...more
Right away I had problems with Change of Heart. Can a person who is currently serving time in prison even be an organ donor? Somehow, the environment they live in makes me think that they cannot due to being exposed to so many blood-borne diseases and questionable behaviors ...more
I'm a Christian and I beli ...more
I'm up and down with Jodi Picoult and this latest novel certainly reminded me why I sometimes can't stand her writing. It's very stereotypical (almost offensively so). Let's be serious Jodi, you are just not meant to write about life on 'death row' in prison in a serious manner. The characters were very one sided and if she was trying to make a point about religion, the death penalty ...more
The story is beautifully crafted, and Jodi Picault has an amazing way of weaving different lives together to describe the moments in which they intersect. It also got me thinking about forgive ...more
But it appears that Piccoult has gone the way of mega popular writers that bang out books once a year for the sake of, well, banging out books once a year. The formula she always uses (and t ...more
Após ler algumas páginas, dei por mim completamente enredada. Nem parec ...more
Jodi Picoult's most recent novel, like many of her books, explores a profound ethical dilemma. After her husband and daughter are murdered by a man hired to do work in their home, June is left alone to care for her second child, Claire. Claire is in desperate need of a heart transplant due to an enlarg ...more
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This book was fine and fun, but I don't think I'd recommend this to anyone as a starting point for Jodi Picoult. It's not one ...more
Shay di vonis hukuman mati karena telah membunuh dua orang (anak dan ayah), meninggalkan June Nealon yang sedang hamil besar sendirian. B ...more
I'm not going to write a full review on how awful this book was because so many other people have already done so. Suffice it to say I couldn't even finish this one, and had to skim-read to the end just to see if I'd predicted the ending and all the plot twists correctly. (I had.)
I will ...more
It is my first book by Jodi Picoult though. And I must confess that when i started reading the book, I thought it was so much similar to Stephen King's "Green Mile" but I guess at some point the main subject of any book written by any author coincides with anot ...more
Iniciei este livro com altas expectativas e de facto acabaram por ser correspondidas.
O livro conta a história de June, uma mãe a quem morre a filha (Elizabeth) e o marido (Kurt) às mãos de um assassino que é condenado à morte.
Contudo, Shay, o assassino, tem apenas um único desejo antes de morrer: doar o seu coração a Claire (irmã de Elizabeth) que precisa urgentemente de um transplante de coração.
Será June capaz de por de ...more
Her new novel, LEAVING TIME, is now available in hardcover, ebook, and audio.
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