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    Abortion

    I hate the idea of abortion and I loathe the idea of conpulsory childbirth even more
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    A spark of light. Easy story to relate to

    Most enjoyable story. Jodi has written many books on themes that are in the current news reports. This is the subject of abortion there are a variety of characters who the subject of abortion touches and most female readers will be able to connect with each character.
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    Worst Picoult book I've ever read

    To me, a novel has a logical progression from beginning to middle to end. Starting a story at the end removes the establishment of the characters. Starting to read a book from the end removes this establishment of characters so that it is hard for empathy to grow as the novel progresses. I got to the end of the book in a muddle, having to go back and read the beginning, which should have been the end, in order to understand the story and characters. If Picoult writes like this again, I won't be buying the book.
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    Not the best but still an enjoyable read

    I didn't like the backwards timeline. When I finished I had to go back to the beginning and re-read what had happened. I also felt it didnt flow very well. But other than that it was still an interesting story.
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    Why is it told backwards?

    Interesting story written with her usual skill and insight but I greatly disliked the style of it being presented in a reverse timeline, each chapter a couple of hours before the last. I found this contrived and annoying and it reduced my enjoyment of the book.
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