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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

by Jodi Picoult
end of book
I thought this book was alot like another Jodi Picoult book I read. That one was about an autistic kid possibly committing murder. These books are alike because they talk about today's society issues, especially about special cases of murder. The style is also alot alike because the author shows what all the characters are thinking at different times. These books are probably so much alike because the same author wrote them. I think they are pretty much the same, but with different circumstances.

1 comment:

  1. I agree that Jodi Picoult's books always have a twist and tragedy in them. They all are very dramatic, and because of this, it really draws the reader in. Have you ever notice similar themes in her books?


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