I absolutely loved this book! I have read 19 minutes and My sisters keeper. I highly recommend this one :)
Absolute page turner and I enjoyed every character throughout, which is rare! One of my favorites by Jodi.
This book is one of my favorites. By far her best book.
As a person whom hates to read, this book made me want to read. Awesome book, easy read, definitely recommend it.
Extremely well written and amazing story line. The intensity and depth of the characters kept me from putting it down, it was really a great book filled with emotion and heartbreak that can bring anyone to tears. Great job Jodi Picoult! I would recommend it to anyone.
I was disappointed with the way this book was written. Yes, there was a surprise ending. My husband figured it out immediately. But that doesn't redeem this book. It felt more Iike a screen play of a typical Hollywood movie where you fill in the blanks, than a book. Although it would never be made into a movie because it's all been covered before in the media. It was contrived and predictable (boring). I felt if I really wanted to understand the effects of bullying & peer pressure leading to school shootings, I would research it and not read a poorly written novel such as this one. I felt it was written on a 5th grade reading level with the occasional "big" word thrown in with the help of a Thesaurus. Oh, except I wouldn't want my 5th grader reading it and thinking that this is what real life in high school is like. For some, but not all kids. Does everyone have sex without a promise (marriage) just because they fell in love? I find it hard to believe everyone in the world uses the F bomb multiple times when they get stressed. I know plenty of people who don't. I'm not naive, but I found it annoying. This was my first and last Jodi Picoult novel.