This book has a lot of heart, and is kind of what we’ve come to suspect from Picoult–a really well researched piece that pulls at your heart, gives you a good twist, and leaves you staring at the end contemplating life.
I have spent all year blogging about books that were adapted to film, which has given me like 51 weeks to ruminate on all the great films that deserve to be adapted
was so excited when I heard Picoult say she was writing a book about Ancient Egypt, and this book delivers!
Wow…what a month. Just writing this post has exhausted me.
Jodi Picoult returns with her 25th novel, set over the course of one day as a gunman takes those inside an abortion clinic hostage
There are some authors that I truly love but I regret that I haven’t read everything they’ve ever written
It’s time to make your selection for Book of the Month in October and I’m so excited about this month’s selections.
October is going to wreck my TBR. There are SO many books coming out,
Few things sell me on a book faster than finding out it has multiple POVs.
Sometimes, fiction is about diving into a world you might otherwise never get the chance to experience or becoming a character you could never be in the real world
Jodi Picoult has a new book coming out this October and we have a title, a description, and a cover!
What’s a book set in your state that didn’t make my list?