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Posted: 06 October 2009 at 7:04pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Mystery-

^^ You liked it?  I haven't read it yet.

I like Picoult's style too, I've yet to read all of her books though.

Don't worry, you're not alone.  I'm reading even while waiting for the previous class to end so I can go in the lecture hall. LOL

-Mahi


i like all books that have a good story line and is not boring LOL
& Picoult's books are definitely not boring :)

It was about a mother who finds out her 5 year old son was sexually abused by a priest...& what happens in the whole journey ...dont want to give it all away LOL

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Posted: 06 October 2009 at 7:16pm | IP Logged
^^^ Oh I see, abuse seems to be an issue in a lot of her books.

"Change of Heart" was along the similar theme although much more complicated.

-Mahi

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Posted: 06 October 2009 at 7:35pm | IP Logged
i'll make sure to read that one too ^^

did you like it?

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It was okayish... I mean I liked the way she worked with the theme at hand, but at first she takes it into too much religion and then at the end you read it and are like what?

It's interesting if you've nothing else to read, but definitely not a masterpiece.

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Posted: 06 October 2009 at 7:43pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Mystery-

It was okayish... I mean I liked the way she worked with the theme at hand, but at first she takes it into too much religion and then at the end you read it and are like what?

It's interesting if you've nothing else to read, but definitely not a masterpiece.


i see what you mean...but once i start a book i cant put it down LOL
unless its absolutely boring haha


hmm...The da Vinci Code talked a lot about religion also...just finished that book over the weekend

have you read it yet?

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Posted: 06 October 2009 at 7:46pm | IP Logged
Me too, I feel restless too if I don't finish the book..

Oh yeah I liked The Da Vinci Code.  It is Brown's masterpiece.

Religion is the similarity but Brown deals with it in a lot more interesting way than Picoult did.

But of course the two books are of totally different genre so it would be unfair to compare them.

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I've read my Sister's Keeper and loved it!
The best thing was the way she portrayed the relationships between all the characters
Was really realistic and made me cry a lot
Haven't seen the movie yet but definitely want to
I also read Change of Heart
I enjoyed it but I was a little disappointed
I thought bcos of the subject/concept it would be really interesting but I didnt enjoy it as much as The Pact, Salem Falls or My Sister's Keeper

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Posted: 07 October 2009 at 4:11pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Mystery-

Me too, I feel restless too if I don't finish the book..

Oh yeah I liked The Da Vinci Code.  It is Brown's masterpiece.

Religion is the similarity but Brown deals with it in a lot more interesting way than Picoult did.

But of course the two books are of totally different genre so it would be unfair to compare them.


i loved The da Vince Code :D
in the beginning it was a bit boring...but then i kept reading and couldnt put it down LOL

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