I had this book assigned for high school reading years back. Out of all of the books that I read in high school, and we read a lot, this is one that really stayed with me. It’s so sad and wonderful that I still find myself thinking about it from time to time. The ending is haunting, and made me sympathize with the plight of characters who I may have otherwise written off.
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Why I recommend "Plain Truth" — 6 years ago
I love Jodu Picoult’s books, but this was my favorite of all of them. With a close second going to My Sister’s Keeper. Within a week of my buying this book, my Mom, Aunt, and I had all read it, even though we were on vacation in Europe at the time. It’s just that good.
Okay, so I loved the first two books in the series, but this one kind of disturbed me. Was anyone else bothered by the ending and the moral implications there of?
A story about "To Kill a Mockingbird" — 6 years ago
If you thought that this was a wonderful book and enjot irreverent humor, do a search for “How to Kill a Mockingbird”. It’s a great flash amination that takes the book and goes crazy with it.