Publish date: February 26th 2013
Pages no: 460
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, World War II
I really enjoyed this book... as I've enjoyed pretty much every Jodi Picoult I've ever come accross, but that's beside the point. I find that she always writes about topics that aren't that easy, and this time was no different. There were a lot of narratives intermingling, but it was relatively easy...
33. THE STORYTELLER, BY JODI PICOULTRecommended to me by the amazing Abby, whom I hold very dear to my heart
The first two chapters were a bit tough to get through; but I am so glad that I did. The stories told in this book got more and more interesting as each chapter passed. By the end, I did not want to put it down. The ending was not what I thought it would be; yet it was appropriate and gave closur...
Goodreads reviewer Scarlet had it right: "Who the hell speaks only in Haiku??"Another one of those highly rated Jodi Picoult books that left me vowing to stop believing the average ratings. This was just Yuck. It gets one star for the Holocaust story but points deducted for the weirdness (see Haiku ...