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Look Again by Lisa Scottoline
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Jul 10, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: read-in-2010, recommended-books, favorite-books

** spoiler alert ** It took me reading halfway through the book, before it finally got interesting, not that it wasn't a little bit odd when Ellen received the missing child card with a photo of a boy that looked like Will. But when it got to halfway through the story, when she had went to Miami to get DNA samples of the Bravermans, and then came home only to have that night where Carol Braverman showed up to get Will, due to a tip-off from that witch Sarah, and made things worse since Rob Moore was there to kill Will and Ellen. True she had saved Will's life, but if she hadn't been such a selfish person, using her own son in a ploy just to get some money, then he wouldn't have been in that situation. Though it didn't come to Ellen's mind until later, Rob Moore had to know that Will was his biological child, unless Carol didn't tell him which she probably did, the fact that he could put his foot on his own child's head and push down, not to mention kill three innocent people, showed for a fact that he wasn't a nice guy. I also didn't like Bill Braverman, for the fact that he didn't think of Will's feelings, just tore him away from the only mother he knew, and carried him away, and his attitude toward Ellen. I mean why get mad at a woman that had adopted your child, how was she supposed to know Amy Martin was lying about Will being her child? She wasn't, and you would have thought the Bravermans would have been grateful that she kept Will alive, and that he was happy, healthy, and safe, when worse things could have happened. I am glad she got to keep Will in the end, though it was horrible for Bill Braverman to find out not only did his wife continue to gamble and rack up debt, but she cheated on him and claimed a child was his when it wasn't, he then lost Will. Not that I think he should have gotten to keep him, Will needed his mother, which was Ellen, though I think it was nice of Bill to be at Will's fourth birthday party, and that Will got to keep his trust fund, which was legally his since he was Carol's biological son. I think Ellen did the right thing by checking into it, and it was good that the Bravermans found out he was alive, but I don't know if I could do what she did, I mean I cried for her when Will was carried away from her in the hospital, no mother should ever have to lose her child, biological or otherwise.
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Reading Progress

July 10, 2010 – Shelved
September 25, 2010 – Started Reading
September 25, 2010 –
page 27
7.24%
September 27, 2010 –
page 125
33.51%
September 27, 2010 –
page 174
46.65%
September 28, 2010 –
page 216
57.91%
September 29, 2010 – Shelved as: read-in-2010
September 29, 2010 – Shelved as: recommended-books
September 29, 2010 – Shelved as: favorite-books
September 29, 2010 – Finished Reading

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Stacy Read this recently, throughout the entire book I wondered what I wouldn't done.


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