Sing You Home
By Jodi Picoult
You can't choose who you love . . . Number One bestselling author Jodi Picoult asks what it takes to make a family in today's world.
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
'Never one to shy away from moral and ethical dilemmas . . . Picoult gives her readers all the virtuosic plotting, cliffhangers and twists they've come to expect' Daily Mail
Zoe and Max Baxter spent ten years trying to conceive, until the heartbreak of their failure finally broke their marriage apart.
After the dissolution of their marriage, each seems on their own path to healing, as Max turns himself towards an evangelical church whilst Zoe finds solace in a new relationship with a woman, Vanessa. But when Zoe and Vanessa approach Max asking to use the frozen embryos left from their marriage, their paths come hurtling face to face.
In Max's eyes, Zoe and Vanessa's desire to raise a child together is an aberration.
And Zoe is not prepared to let her desire for a child go without a fight.
'Jodi Picoult takes a controversial and provocative subject and uses it as a backdrop to a touching and emotional drama' Sunday Express
Jodi Picoult is the author of twenty-four internationally bestselling novels, including My Sister's Keeper, The Storyteller and Small Great Things, and has also co-written two YA books with her daughter Samantha van Leer, Between the Lines and Off the Page. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and children. Jodi's UK website is www.jodipicoult.co.uk and she can be found on Facebook and Twitter at facebook.com/JodiPicoultUK and twitter.com/jodipicoult. She also has a YouTube channel www.youtube.com/user/JodiPicoultOfficial.
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12 Apr 2011
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Hodder & Stoughton
She is a master of her craft and humanity is what Picoult does best — Telegraph
Picoult gives her readers all the virtuosic plotting, cliffhangers and twists they've come to expect — Daily Mail
Jodi Picoult takes a controversial and provocative subject and uses it as a backdrop to a touching and emotional drama — Sunday Express
You can always rely on Jodi Picoult to spin a riveting read around an issue of our times — Good Housekeeping
Superb — The Times