My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult Paperback Book


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Author: Jodi Picoult

Format: Paperback, Unabridged-CD, Paperback

Publisher: Pocket Books

Published: Feb 2005

Genre: Fiction - Literary

Retail Price: $17.99

Pages: 423


The author vividly evokes the physical and psychic toll a desperately sick child imposes on a family....There can be no easy outcomes in a tale about individual autonomy clashing with a sibling's right to life, but Picoult thwarts our expectations in unexpected ways....[A] telling portrait of a profoundly stressed family.

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BookLender review by merri on 2007-06-13 23:38:30

this was such a thoughtful book, yet good at the same time. one child is sick, and the other child cant be a doner. so the parents purposefully conceive a new daughter who will be able to be a doner to the sick one, and her life is really just mostly to live that role. the younger daughter sues to divorce her parents to get control of her body, a move which may kill her sister... and then there's the brother who is kind of ignored in all of it... it will leave you wondering what you'd do...

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BookLender review by Joan on 2007-09-24 18:46:02

A riveting thought provoking story that presents all sides very well with an ending that certainly surpises the reader.

BookLender review by Georlen on 2007-08-10 16:44:55

Well written and thought provoking story about the effect of a terminally ill child on lives of the rest of the family members.

BookLender review by Jennifer on 2007-08-30 03:15:27

Once you start, you can't put it down, every parent should read this book