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Jodi Picoult
Jodi Picoult is the author of twenty-two novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers "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... show more



Jodi Picoult is the author of twenty-two novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers "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.

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Birth date: May 19, 1966
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Celticlady's Reading Room
Celticlady's Reading Room rated it 1 month ago
As a fan of Jodi Picoult for years now, I of course was more than excited to get her latest novel A Spark of Light. While nothing she writes will compare to My Sister’s Keeper (in my humble opinion), one of the things I love most about Jodi is her ability to tackle tough subjects and turn them into ...
Books Eater
Books Eater rated it 2 months ago
Right now I've mixed feelings about it. On one hand I loved author's writing style and the story itself, on the other hand, I hated most of the characters. I guess it's because there wasn't much fictional about them, they acted and sounded too much like living breathing people, people prone to makin...
Mirkat Always Reading
Mirkat Always Reading rated it 3 months ago
"Where There's Smoke" is a short story, and Larger Than Life is a novella. These two short pieces are mini-prequels to Leaving Time. The first features psychic Serenity Jones, while the second is narrated by Alice, the elephant researcher whose disappearance in Leaving Time forms that book's centr...
"So it goes."
"So it goes." rated it 9 months ago
Though this has the qualities I associate with fiction, it felt a lot like being forced to listen to a room full of college kids who just read Nietzsche for the first time and come home to perform that knowledge for hours *at* me - without asking 1) if I already know this, 2) if I care to listen to ...
Books, Books and More Books
Books, Books and More Books rated it 9 months ago
GREAT SMALL THINGS by Jodi Piccoult I haven’t read any Piccoult for a while (a little tired of the “disease of the month” rut she seemed to be in), so I had avoided this book also. But I kept hearing really good things about it. People who didn’t read Piccoult LOVED it. So, I gave it a shot. All tho...
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