Jodi Picoult Books

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Jodi Picoult is a well known author praised for her viewpoint inciting books that frequently investigate complex moral and moral problems


This original recounts the tale of Anna Fitzgerald, a little kid who was considered to be an ideal hereditary counterpart for her more seasoned sister, who has leukemia.


My Sister's Keeper

Anna's choice to sue her parents for clinical liberation brings up issues about family, morals, and the worth of life.

The Pact spins around the self destruction agreement between two youngsters, Chris and Emily

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The Pact

Their families wrestle with sorrow and culpability as they attempt to comprehend the occasions paving the way to the misfortune and the privileged insights the youthful couple kept.

Open Hands

This novel explores the aftermath of a high school shooting in a small town.

Nineteen Minutes

Open Hands

Picoult dives into the existences of the understudies and the grown-ups involved, looking at the variables that lead to such a lamentable occasion and the lawful outcomes that follow.

The novel digs into the intricacies of bias, honor, and equity.

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Small Great Things

Small Great Things defies issues of race and separation when a dark medical caretaker is blamed for causing the demise of a white infant.


These are only a couple of Jodi Picoult's numerous books, every one of which handles complex social and moral issues, frequently with a lawful or clinical background.


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