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Keeping Faith by Jodi Picoult
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** spoiler alert ** This book, like all of Jodi Picoult's books, deals with sensitive subjects. This one questions whether God is real or not, it dicusses different faiths and non-faiths, it talks about supposed miracles and believing in them or not, but most importantly it discusses the power of love.

While the majority of this book questions faiths, and what's happening to the little girl, Faith, I think that this story, instead of being about believing in Faith, is really about Mariah, her mother. About her strength and her journey to believe in herself.

She's hurt twice in the same way within seven years of each other and she deals with the same situation in two very different ways. Above being about Faith and her "miracles." I think that this story is about Mariah's strength, her becoming the mother she's always wanted to be and her willingness to do all that she can to be able to hold onto the ones she loves the most.
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