[Ebook] My Sister's Keeper By Jodi Picoult – Shiningweb.info

My Sister's Keeper Anna Is Not Sick, But She Might As Well Be By Age Thirteen, She Has Undergone Countless Surgeries, Transfusions And Shots So That Her Older Sister, Kate, Can Somehow Fight The Leukemia That Has Plagued Her Since Childhood Anna Was Conceived As A Bone Marrow Match For Kate, A Life And A Role That She Has Never Questioned Until Now Like Most Teenagers, Anna Is Beginning To Ask Herself Who She Truly Is But Unlike Most Teenagers, She Has Always Been Defined In Terms Of Her Sister And So Anna Makes A Decision That For Most Would Be Unthinkable, A Decision That Will Tear Her Family Apart And Perhaps Have Fatal Consequences For The Sister She LovesTold From Multiple Points Of View, My Sister S Keeper Examines What It Means To Be A Good Parent, A Good Sister, A Good Person Is It Morally Correct To Do Whatever It Takes To Save A Child S Lifeeven If That Means Infringing Upon The Rights Of Another Should You Follow Your Own Heart, Or Let Others Lead You

About the Author: Jodi Picoult

Jodi Picoult is the author of twenty six novels, including the 1 New York Times bestsellers Small Great Things, A Spark of Light, Leaving Time, The Storyteller, Lone Wolf, Between the Lines, Sing You Home, House Rules, Handle with Care, Change of Heart, Nineteen Minutes, and My Sister s Keeper She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and three children.Her new novel, THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS, is available in hardcover, ebook, and audio on September 22nd.Website Twitter

10 thoughts on “My Sister's Keeper

  1. says:

    If you re planning on reading this book, don t read my review I give away the horribly disappointing ending On second thought, don t read this book, read my review I know several people who have read this book, so I

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Have you ever read a book that really pissed you off Pissed you off so much all you could do was rant about it until everyone told you to just sh

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    As I said before I m still reading this book but I m not sure why My mom lent me the book and she loved it, everyone tells me they loved it and I m sort of hating it while I read I just want to finish it and move on Maybe I ll change

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    this book is a shameless and unskillful manipulation of human emotions i felt dirty when i was done with it the story is on par with cheap natural disaster movies like deep impact that are formulated to tug at your heartstrings in very predict

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    This was a horrible read Premise Great Should be really interesting Execution Terrible.Ending Basically the worst ending I ve ever read in anything Ever Wish I wish someone had spoken up after the first read and called out the author on some of the rea

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    oh dear where do i even begin with this one the only thing i liked about this was the concept the quality of one daughters life vs the sanctity of her sisters is phenomenally creative and very forward thinking for the time this was written i loved the ethically

  7. says:

    This book was stunning In writing, in style, in plot, in character It truly is one of those books that you really can t stop reading Especially for me, because in a way it took me back to my Lurlene McDaniel days Did anyone ever read her She was always writing books abo

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    Anyone who has a kid has probably, at one point or another, battled with them at bedtime That s what I do, every night There is much yelling, crying, begging and pleading It s horrible.Kid 3 is out like a light, so she s not part of the problem Kid 2 puts up a good fight, whinin

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    I hate novels where parenting is questioned, simply because I too often find myself thinking, Well I would never do THAT I then have to do the whole knock on wood routine and hope that I didn t just invite divine retribution for being too judgmental So it was with Jodi Picoult s novel My

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    Rating fifteen one thousandths of a single star out of five p44 2018 UPDATE Anyone who thinks that this idea of growing a new kid for replacement parts is a good idea should read Altered Carbon or watch the glossy, gritty Netflix show.Many are the yodels of praise for this horrifying book The det

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