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The Tenth Circle by Jodi Picoult
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Nov 13, 2011

it was amazing

Jodi Picoult tackles a controversial topic in her novel "The Tenth Circle." She takes on the point of view of a hopeless father, Daniel, up against his cheating wife and the jaw dropping news that his young teenage daughter, Trixie,was rapped. Trixie was dating one of the coolest kids in school. He was older and more experienced than her. Without notice Trixies boyfriend broke up with her. Devastated, she tries to lure him back to her, and he forced himself onto her. Awoken from Trixie entering the house, Daniel saw her and rushed her to the hospital. Trixies boyfriend was then faced with a rape conviction and lost his star status at school. Jodi Picoult goes through Daniels trials with his comics of Dante's Inferno in comparison. Towards the end of the story Daniel is charged with killing Trixie's boyfriend. To my surprise there was a twist to the ending that readers will love! I would suggest this book to people in high-school and older.

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