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Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult
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May 22, 2012

really liked it

Edward Warren returns home after six years when he learns that his father and sister were in a serious car accident. Cara, his sister is injured, but will recover. Luke, the father, is in a unreversible coma. Deciscions must be made but Edward and Cara are different sides.
There is alot of emotion in the book. Luke follows his passion about wolves and lives in the wild with them for two years leaving his family behind with no communication with him. Luke comes back and its hard for him, Georgie, his wife, to have a marriage again.
Edward comes out that he is gay and has an argument with his father and leaves for Thailand. After he leaves, Georgie and Luke divorce and Cara feels abandoned by Edward and blames him for the divorce.
In the end, Cara and Edward come together to make a final decision about Luke. But you wonder, is following your passion worth the cost to your family and at the same time could you be happy with yourself if you don't follow your passion and be the same person that your family loves?
After going through a life changing experience, how do you adjust to your old life? I liked this book because of those questions.

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