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‘True to form, Jodi Picoult keeps you guessing to the end . . . an edge-of-your-seat thriller’ Sunday Express

With one terrible, senseless act, Shay Bourne transformed the lives of the Nealon family forever, leaving June Nealon widowed and alone to care for her daughter Claire.

Now, as he sits on death row, Shay has one final request. He wishes to donate his heart to Claire and save the young girl’s life.

To June, accepting such an offer means allowing Shay to stay with them forever. But refusing means risking the life of the only person she has left.

‘Involving and page-turning’ Daily Express

THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS, Jodi’s stunning new novel about life, death and missed opportunities is available to pre-order now.

Reviews

Utterly gripping.
<i>Eve</i>
An involving, page-turning mixture of emotional upheaval and reasoned argument
<i>Daily Mail</i>
Picoult has an uncanny knack of dreaming up moral dilemmas that you cannot ignore: you must know the resolution . . . True to form, Picoult keeps you guessing to the end in this morality tale . . . This is a challenging and clever read . . . it turns into an edge-of-your-seat thriller, with some thought-provoking wrangling over religious belief and the perils of self-righteousness along the way.
<i>Sunday Express</i>
if you're a fan of dark, serious books that explore family relationships and scary moral dilemmas involving religion, crime and politics, then you're probably a massive Jodi Picoult fan already, and CHANGE OF HEART won't disappoint.
<i>Heat</i>
An involving, page-turning mixture of emotional upheaval and reasoned argument
Daily Mail
Switch off your phone before you settle down with this page-turner . . . It's utterly gripping
Eve
True to form, Picoult keeps you guessing to the end in this morality tale . . . an edge-of-your-seat thriller
Sunday Express
A carefully-plotted narrative and perfect pacing lend Picoult's latest work of fiction credibility
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