Sunday, September 21, 2008

Vanishing Acts




Vanishing Acts is my 1st Jodi Picoult book that I've read. I can say that it isn't my favorite. But a serious story to deal with anyway.

I don't like how the author splits the characters into sections. I just didn't feel that connected to the characters. It felt like the storyline was going in all directions at the same time.

Delia was the most memorable to me. The story being told I could see how she was connected to the things she did in life. Her choice in career with Search and Rescue, Delia wanting to help as much as she could to find people. I could see her putting her life together with just pieces of memories.

I didn't like the ending so much. Not even sure Eric was worth trying. And what was at the end with Andrew that was disturbing. Wow that was not such a good risk? Anyways I look forward to reading more of her books.

There is a way that Picoult writes that draws the people in even if it isn't the way you would section out the story.


I give Vanishing Acts hummerhummerhummerhummer
Amazon says all earsWhat Do Customers Ultimately Buy After Viewing This Item? 55% buy Vanishing Acts, 16% buy The Pact, 10% buy Harvesting the Heart, 10% buy Keeping Faith

This is a bookcrossing book and now has no place to visit.

1 comment:

Lauren said...

Picoult splits all her books into sections by characters, so if you didnt like it in this book you probably won't like it in her other books.