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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Nineteen Minutes
Jodie Picoult
Almost done.

I have not quite reached the end of my book, so I am going to make a couple possible predictions that I think may occur. I believe that Josie will start understanding Peter and why he did what he did. Because they were really close when they were younger, and Josie's boyfriend was killed, Josie and Peter might start to have a strong relationship. On the other hand, I can see Peter spending a majority of his life behind bars because of the horrible act he committed. I hope that the author chooses a more happy ending and not a sad and depressing one. I have read a few books this year that end in a bad way, so I'm hoping that this one will be interesting. I have heard Jodie Picoult has some serious twists to her endings so I am very curious as to what will happen.

1 comment:

  1. This book definitely does have a twist. I also was wondering how it would end whether or not Josie would forgive Peter and if Peter would forgive Josie. I don't want to give it away but it is definitely something extremely unexpected!


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