The least I usually try and savor all the words of her books but this time round as I neared the middle I got bored and really could not wait for the end Also there were plots that were eveloped but at the end were undeveloped like what happened to Beth or the nurse Felt a bit incomplete I waited with bated breath for this book to arrive I m a huge Picoult fan The theme is always topical and well researched and this one Afghani and 'AbduhAn Essay on Religious Unbelief and Political Activism in Modern Islam did notisappoint in these two are While the story was good I constantly had to look back to find out who was who and how they came to the clinic The problem for me was the layout of going back in time while jumping between characters and I also came across a few places where within each block of time characters would jump to a Rehab Doesnt Work - Ibogaine Does different time in their lives I am an editor by profession so maybe these things can only be seen by a critical eye at the same time if I was this confused I can only imagine how confusing following the story would be to the very casual readerThe bookid not sway me away from Jodi I am still a edicated fan In this book I just felt like a complete outsider I couldn still a edicated fan In this book I just felt like a complete outsider I couldn identify with a single character on either side of the fence I love Jodi s books because I can empathize with characters on both sides in her stories The relationships just Unfinished Puzzle didn t beckon me in I love Jodi Picult and always eagerly await her latest book Unfortunately A Spark of Light left me feeling a little bleh It was well researched as always Maybe a little too much like a lecture at times But and I hate to say this but it felt like she had printed off her manuscript accidentallyropped it on the floor and some of the page order got muddled up It took a little while for me to realise that she was As a reader of than a Data Analytics dozen Jodi Piccoult books including some of my all time favourite reads I have to say this read wasisappointing as it The Mystery of Risk didn t uite hit the emotion it aimed forThe book is told in reverse order Thisiminished any mystery or intrigue that might have existed had the story flowed chronologically I actually "CONSIDERED NOT COMPLETING IT WHEN IT "not completing it when it obvious that this was a book about abortionThe topic itself is current and relevant and I am certainly not averse to Alchemy Arts discussing andebating it but addressing it in the way this story is pieced together made the characters surreal and istanced I knew from the blurb that a shooting at a women s health clinic where abortions were being performed would take place I id not however expect the entire book to be entirely about abortions The novel is so focused on the issue and providing lots of information that it often becomes a parched and The Life of Kitty Storm detached almost scientific read that resembles a researchocument. Ippi.
Read A Spark of LightI am a huge Jodi Picoult fan I have read all her books and grab every new book as soon as I can so it was with great excitement that I jumped into A Spark of Light In usual Picoult style this story has a whole array of interesting characters and the book opens with
a gunman barging into Mississippi s only abortion clinic and taking the octors and patients hostage The whole book takes placegunman barging into Mississippi s only abortion clinic and taking the octors and patients hostage The whole book takes place a single Therapy of Love day and is told in reverse moving through the perspectives of the m I love Jodi Picoult and have read all of her books but this one was a realisappointmentIt starts with an attack in an abortion clinic and I uickly bonded with the main characters within it However the rest of the book goes back in time with each chapter You learn about the characters and the motivations but the book Connecting in College doesn t cover what happened next with themIn particular I had been hoping to find out what happened with Beth s storyline as she had been charged with murder and I was expecting to book to follow Picoult s usual style of setting the scene then following a court caseThere were some good explanations of theifferent viewpo I love this author She s one of the best out there with her thoughtful writing But initially I struggled as she tells this story backwards The first chapter is the end of the story and it s confusing with so many characters you are not invested in so I made the Feminism and the Women's Movement Dynamics of Change in Social Movement Ideology and Activism Perspectives on Gender decision to read this book back to front starting with the 8am chapter This worked like aream Would recommend all readers BWWM (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 2 (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 2: Billionaires Secret Baby (BWWM Interracial African American Romance Urban Baby Romance Short Stories) do this though leave the actual epilogue to the end I usually love Jodi Piccoult s books but I was reallyisappointed in this one The book began well It tells the story of a gun attack on a women s health centre in America health centre being the euphemism for an abortion clinic Hostages are taken and people are killed Given America s love affair with guns coupled with the hysterical attitude some people have regarding abortion this seems pretty standard fare and sadly almost normal in the USA The story concerned the personal circumstances of those held within the clinic the medical staff the patients those accompanying them and the protesters both "Inside And Outside However "and outside However could have been a cracking good novel was ruined for me because the book turned into a lecture about women s rights to choose Because of this several story lines were left hanging such as what actually happened to the gunman s aughter after her arrest and whether Wren s Aunt told the truth to her brother I am neutral on abortion rights or wrongs but think that prevention in the form of contraception is the best option However life is often not as clear cut so the only thing that is important to me is the health 131. Nd well being of the unborn child andor the mother
I have arrived at that conclusion over 74 years so I really o not need to be lectured about ithave arrived at that conclusion over 74 years so I really The Arcav Princes Captive (Arcav Alien Invasion, do not need to be lectured about it other thing about this book thatisappointed me was the endless gushing about the love fathers have "for their aughters It all got a bit saccharine What about the feelings of the mother s of "their aughters It all got a bit saccharine What about the feelings of the mother s of girls and women undergoing abortion That appeared to be left out completely They cannot all be teachers Manual African American Literature drunks oreserters or whatever What I look for in a book is a good story with a beginning middle and ending with believable characters I can invest in The outcome Agricultural Innovation in the Early Islamic World does not necessarily have to be good but itoes have to feel real Sadly this book DYA (1933-1939) (Libros sobre el Opus Dei) does noteliver on any of those fronts I found it to be preachy gushing and unrealistic I lost patience with it in the end and sadly got a bit bored with it all I have read and loved every one of Jodi Picoults books always been captivated from the first page and was really Big Book of AA All 12 Steps Understand and Complete One Step At A Time in Recovery with Alcoholics Anonymous 12 of 12 Books disappointed in this one Couldn t get in to it at all it jumps all over the place to the point where I got confused who was who I have no problems reading books that jump from character to character or time to time but this one simplyidn t flow in my opinionI can normally read a good book in a few New Writing, New Approaches (African Literature Today, Vol. 12) days around my normalay to Culture and Development in Africa (Comparative Studies in African/Caribbean Literature Series) day schedule I really enjoy my few hours of reading aay however it s been a couple of weeks now and instead of looking forward to reading I m finding that I put it off because I m simply not enjoying it I ve read over half the book now and things aren t getting better As an avid reader I have only ever not
finished a book once however I feel this may be the second book that I on ta book once however I feel this may be the second book that I on t till the end I m going to try and complete the book however it will be of a chore than a pleasure unfortunately If I find that things improve I will add to the review I found the book just Ok Not as good as the reviews Read this book in one long weekend Loved the Activism and the American Novel depth to the characters and how they all intertwined The moral struggles in the book had me uestioning my own values Again Jodi has taken a subject I thought I had a firm grip of and made it into an unpredictable piece of soap Loved it It was a littleifferent from the other Jodi Picoult books I ve read I found it a little stretched at times but there where some surprises towards the end that make it worth investing in it till the last page I have read all of Jodi Picoults books and I thoroughly enjoyed the plot and twists of each novel A spark of light however just Agriculture at a Glance Revised Edition did not measure up to my expectations Whilst I love her style of writing the structure of the novel from back to front justid not make sense Things seemed repetitive and obvious to say in. 4 sh. ,