Sing You Home
Publish date: March 1st 2011
Publisher: Atria Books
Pages no: 466
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
„Każdy ma prawo do szczęścia”? Bzdura. Społeczeństwo, kościół, a czasem i najbliżsi dbają o to, żebyśmy przypadkiem za bardzo nie odchylili się od normy. Wszystko, co inne, jest niedopuszczalne. Sąsiad bez własnego życia prywatnego najchętniej umieściłby kamery w twojej sypialni i codziennie rano zd...
Zoe Baxter and her husband have been trying for years to have a baby. Name a fertility treatment and they've tried. This time they are hopeful that it will happen. Some, is 28 weeks, the closest to term she has ever gotten. But then tragedy strikes, followed by several others. Eventually she comes t...
I loved this book. The story is not one they everyone would want to read. There are alot of sensitive issues addressed and changes throughout the book.Jody is one of my favorite authors and this book was no disappointment. I loved the story of love that is based on love without boundaries. If yo...
I was a little disappointed in this book. I mean, I always find Jodi Picoult's books somewhat dissatisfying, mostly because they're not so big with the answers. This one I found disappointing because there were too many answers. There were good guys and bad guys, a right side and a wrong one. It...
This is a good book in true Jodi Picoult style. It's good and definitely politically charged, like so many of her books. I'm sure this is a book that some will despise, just because of its subject matter. I must say though, it's a sad state of affairs when this is the sort of issue that draws fir...