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Keeping Faith by Jodi Picoult
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Jun 18, 2011

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bookshelves: chicklit
Read in December, 2007

Another Picoult book. And not one of the better ones. This book was so whiny! And a bit to religious for me. Women with problems has a husband who cheats on her and they have a daughter who starts to display actions of religious behaviours. She thinks she sees God, starts to heal people and displays stigmata. The mother doesn’t really believe this. Other factors get involved. The husband comes back and wants custody. A court hearing takes place over the daughter. This is the part of the books that I usually like the most as they are usually really strong cases, but this book’s case was really really weak. You always knew who was going to win the case.

Grade: C-

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