Wednesday, May 27, 2009

My Sister's Keeper

Seeing the movie's commercials, I decided that I really wanted to read this book before seeing the movie.  That was before I realized Jodi Picoult wrote it.  (I enjoyed reading her book, "Nineteen Minutes.") Not my usual genre, but it's a good read, too.

Haqon keeps looking over and asking if I'm OK.  I admit - this book has been hard for me to read.  But, it's helped me see silver linings.....and explore deep fears, emotions, and ethics.  I love getting lost in a book.  

I love books.


Safire said...

That was an awesome book! I read that one a few months ago. Have you read anything else by her?

RainSplats said...

just "Nineteen Minutes" was about a school excellent read.

RainSplats said...

OK - I cried and cried! *but* I know it's fiction, ...but God was noticeably absent from this story. There's just no way you can live on the edge of death for that long and not bring God into the equation.

Safire said...

Seriously! I cried with that one too. Try another of her books Plain Truth about the Amish. God is at least debated in that one. :)


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