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Charlotte O'Keefe's beautiful, much-longed-for, adored daughter Willow is born with osteogenesis imperfecta - a very severe form of brittle bone disease. If she slips on a crisp packet she could break both her legs, and spend six months in a half bod ...Continua
Heather
Ha scritto il 17/06/16

While I enjoyed this book, I am finding that Jodi's stories are becoming rather predictable and prescriptive, thus, losing the appeal that her earlier works had.

Cri1967
Ha scritto il 07/07/13
There was only one Willow O’Keefe on this planet, and Charlotte was lucky enough to get her. She couldn’t imagine life without Willow. If she had never known her, the tale would be different; it would not be the story of a mother and a daughter. If W...Continua
Emily
Ha scritto il 21/06/11

In my opinion, Jodi's best. It opened my eyes.

Mancel Wang
Ha scritto il 17/08/10

I don't get why Willow have to die except to jar the readers from getting a happy ending?

Jane
Ha scritto il 17/08/09

I love all Jodi Picoult books and this one was no exception!!


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