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“A sensational debut...”

Suspenseful & tragic, Picoult’s breakout love story comes to a stunning crescendo amidst impossible circumstances.
Mallory F.
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From Jodi Picoult, one of the most powerful writers in contemporary fiction, comes a riveting, timely, heartbreaking, and terrifying novel of families in anguish -- and friendships ripped apart by inconceivable violence. Until the phone calls came at 3:00 A.M. on a November morning, the Golds and their neighbors, the Hartes, had been inseparable. It was no surprise to anyone when their teenage children, Chris and Emily, began showing signs that their relationship was moving beyond that of lifelong friends. But now seventeen-year-old Emily has been shot to death by her beloved and devoted Chris as part of an apparent suicide pact -- leaving two devastated families stranded in the dark and dense predawn, desperate for answers about an unthinkable act and the children they never really knew.

Topics: Love, Grief, 20th Century, Family, Suicide, Love Story, Female Author, New England, United States of America, Suspenseful, Psychological, Emotional, Tragic, Death, Angsty, Secrets, and First Love

Published: HarperCollins on Oct 6, 2009
ISBN: 9780061980244
List price: $6.99
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before I looked at the bank draft saying $6854 , I have faith that my brothers friend woz like they say actualy making money part-time at there computar. . there best friend started doing this 4 only eleven months and just took care of the mortgage on there house and got a top of the range Lotus Elise . see
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heart wrenching story. kept me interested through the whole book to find out what happenedread more
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After reading Ninteen Minutes, I was hoping Jodi Picoult could surprise me again with another good read. Unfortunately, this was not the case. The Pact is supposed to be a love story between two people so much in love they are willing to do anything for each others. In my opinion, what this story depicts is something totally different. The characters were unrealistic, although I tried so much to emphasize with them. Especially Emily, which I ended up thinking was only a selfish and damaged girl. Love is not at all what this book is about. Chris was surely more attached to Emily than she was to him: it is quite clear that their relationship only existed because of their parents' wishes and the two kids, especially Emily, ended up being damaged in the process. I would not recommend it: I feel this book was written without much research (at least, not in the psychological/emotional field) and was only there because she had to keep publishing something.read more
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An emotionally wrenching novel. Do you love someone enough to do anything for them--even the unthinkable?read more
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What is the deal with this woman?This is my second Picoult novel, but, like the first, I could not put it down (and I don't like mysteries!)Her writing is just so captivating, I didn't notice its 300+ length.The pact is about a "double suicide" of Chris and Emily - two teens who grew up next door to eachother, and are more connected than a brother and sister.Of course, it also shows how little a parent knows their own child.Really enjoyed it, but scared to read any more of her books, as I could not do much more than read this every spare minute!read more
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Although not one of my favorite Jodi Picoult books....I love her! She still manages to captivate me every time! I just wanted someone to know what was really going on with the girlfriend!! You truely felt how much he loved her, and how much that suffocated her.read more
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Another excellent book by Picoult. I personally don't like going back and forth from today and the past, so I skip some of the past. Too much detail to follow and then to have to go back to the present, but that is just me. The Pact is maybe between two longtime friends, who love each other. One is killed and who did it? Was it suicide, or was it a Pact gone wrong? Not to give away the ending, so just a note to say this is a must reading for those who like Picoult, and a good mystery/detective/forensics.read more
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This book really touched my heart. I loved the idea how the author made the story about two kids who grew up together and from the day Emily was born they were placed in the same bassinet up to when they turned teenagers they were inseparable. These two kids who are practically one person combined together has an outstanding relationship and bond with each other. They couldn't possibly live without the other. Towards the end while Chris was in the witness stand and he explained in detail how he feels toward Em, I thought the words that the author used about "being home" was heartfelting. While and after reading this book, I couldn't stop thinking about it and I couldn't help being pulled into the story. This book is a tear-jerker and enchanting.read more
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I just got finished reading The Pact by Jodi Picoult and it was a very good book by far. It is probably my favorite love story. It was about these two kids who were unseperable since birth and grew up together. They were highschool sweethearts and then something tragical happened. But I dont want to say anymore cause I don't want to give it away. I would really recommend this book for you to read.read more
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This is the second book of Jodi Picoult's I've read, the first being My Sister's Keeper and I must say I noticed a lot of similarities in the way the story was constructed from start to finish, there were even similarities with the characters. All in all however the story hooked me and I felt compelled to read it to the end to find out what really happened between Chris and Emily on the night that she died. Definitely recommend it to Jodi Picoult fans. In other reviews I've read I noticed that many were unhappy with the ending but I myself wasn't perturbed by the ending, I thought it was a no win situation in the end and the ending was as good as any.read more
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I found this book to be interesting however I was left with a few questions. I don't understand how a girl so in love with her boyfriend could possibly be so selfish as to ask him to not only witness her suicide but to participate in it. I also was wondering about her diary. How could her mother burn the last words her daughter had written? How could she possibly get rid of her daughter's inner most thoughts and not even think twice about it? Hm...this book def. got me thinking.read more
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She is perhaps the best writer ever. I love her books. Two teenagers make a pact to commit suicide; the girl dies and the boy survives. It is a real on the edge of your seat, page-turner of a book. I can't wait to read more by her.read more
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As a fan of Picoult this book does not disappoint in that she remains true to her style. She completely draws you in to the story and her characters are well developed. She is amazing at bringing to you all of the emotion of the human struggle to make sense of it all. In the end you realize there are no true answers only a revelation of who we truly are. The subject is delicate and one can only imagine the extent of despair that a suicidal person goes through. It would seem that help is always available but only the soul can truly express what one feels. Excellent portrayal of the choices we make, some to our own demise.read more
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The book I'm reviewing is The Pact, by Jodi Picoult. I chose to read this book because I've read many of Picoult's books in the past, and I have thoroughly enjoyed each one. It is always amazing to me the way that the author is able to allow the reader to connect to her characters 100%. You feel like you ARE Chris and Emily. Jodi Piccoult allows a perfectly sane person to imagine what it would feel like to want to kill yourself, or to love someone so much that you would literally do ANYTHING for them. The book is basically about two families who are irrevocably connected to one another and who happen to have children who are the same age; Chris and Emily. As Chris and Emily grow older they become romantically involved and so interwined that their lives could not possibly go on seperated. Until they are brought into an ER--Chris with a scalp wound, and Emily with a hole through her head. As the story progresses, the reader is dragged from one conclusion to the next, constantly struggling to find the truth, and when there are no more pages to turn, it is impossible to walk away without being haunted by the plot. This is one of the best books I've ever read.read more
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This is my second title by Picoult and I really enjoyed it. The ending was somewhat odd for me, but the emotions of Picoult's main characters really hit home.read more
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This book just went on too long for me. It couldn't decide if it was going to be a romance, a law and order episode or an adult drama. I wanted to just start skipping over some sections. I mean, it was a good story, but it could have sped itself up a little bit. It was also slightly predictable. It kept me interested just enough to finish it.read more
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The first book I read of Jodi's. I was hooked. I have read every one of her books, some twice. I totally love the way she writes.read more
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In this book, Chris and Emily were a couple and they decided to kill themselves, but after Emily shot herself, Chris was arrested by the cops and they thought he had shot her. There were some flashbacks of when they were growing up and before they had started dating. I read 100 pages of this book.I recommend it to people who like tragic love storiesread more
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This novel is far more complex than it appears at first glance. It is not as strong as some of Picoult's other work, but it is thoughtful and engaging and very sad.I think the strength of this novel is the way she managed to bring us the mind of a teenage girl whose depression stems from something not in the least sensational. Emotional conflict and pain arise in the quietest people, those with apparently no lack of family support and good fortune. This is a love story, but not in the sense that the term is usually understood.read more
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What's not to like in a book that mixes soulmates, suicide, parenthood, legal drama, jail angst, and affairs, all juxtaposed against a backdrop of surbubia? Told in an alternating series of alternating flashforwards & flashbacks, The Pact follows more than just the life of star-crossed Chris & Em, but also the lives of their families - & though much else is going on (Em is killed whilst Chris survives an apparent suicide pact, & then the hunt for the truth of Em's death meanders in to many until the end of the book, and beyond), it is the detail to the dynamic of the very different characters of the 4 parents which most captivates and intrigues. The presentation of the many different but realistic reactions to grief contrasts, and begs to be judged (which parent did the right thing?) until it slowly dawns on you though you inevitably settle on a favourite, that if there actually is a right thing to do in such circumstances, you are no qualified judge. I also felt that Em was a bit under-explained, but perhaps that was the way it was meant to be - and the true mystery wasn't the way she died, but Em herself.read more
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This book reveals those unseen lines about why relationships get confused with what you think you want and what you believe you are supposed to want. The fragile line of true reality and the uncomfortable truth's unspoken. A teenage girl does not always know how to speak-up for herself, however; she does feel an emotional pain far too overwhelming for a teen to bear.read more
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Great book. however it was a bit dragged out and could have missed a lot of unnecessary chapters but overall a great read.read more
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Finished it last night and was sad that it had ended. Really enjoyed this read. Only thing I thought a bit annoying was the open ending. I wanted to know a bit more but all in all a great book. 4.5read more
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Another audio book I sat in my car and listened to after I reached my destination. I really enjoy Picoult's style with the alternating chapters because I feel like I get to know each character individually. It's easy to get in their heads and feel their emotions.As a parent, I was horrified by the outcome in this book, but could feel the love that the teens in this book felt. It was a reminder that in a split second life can change and never be the same.read more
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This is a heart wrenching novel which causes the reader to question how far you would go for love. The Pact tells to story of Emily and Chris, best friends, lovers, inseparable since birth. There share ALMOST everything... except the secret Emily has been keeping for years, a secret that causes her so much pain, she wants too die. What would you do for the person you love more than anything else when they wanted to end it all?read more
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(unabridged audiobook read by George Guidall): The Golds and the Hartes are neighbors and best friends. Their children, Chris Harte and Emily Gold, are raised practically as siblings, and start dating seriously as teenagers. As the story opens, Emily dies from a gunshot wound to the head and Chris claims it was a botched double suicide attempt. Soon after, Chris is on trial for the murder of his girlfriend. There's some interesting discussion of how well parents can really know their teenage children and some decent drama between the two families, but for the most part it's pretty unconvincing. The parents are remarkably unwilling to ask obvious questions, and I find it hard to believe that Chris and Emily would have been so tight-lipped for so long. This is one of Picoult's books I would recommend skipping, especially since several of her other works are so excellent.read more
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My first experience with Jodi Picoult. What a winner! Appropriate for high school kids as well as adults. I really liked this one!!read more
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I enjoyed this book, though it was not my favorite Jodi Picoult book. I got bored with it a few times at the beginning, but it got more interesting as I got deeper into the book.read more
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Awesome! Drew me in from first page.read more
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Growing up Chris Hartes and Emily Gold were best friends and then became sweethearts at age 13. Their parents were great friends with each other and everything seemed to be perfect. Until Emily Gold was found dead with a bullet through her head and Chris is claiming it was a double suicide pact gone wrong. Now it feels like these parents never knew the kids they once loved and that Chris may have killed his lover. Without giving too much away, the story basically is taking place through the days leading up to the trial and flashbacks of their past childhood. I really like this book though it did disturb me in some ways. I never want to go to a public restroom again nor will I left my kids when i have them. Overall, it was a very good book and I recommend it highly.read more
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before I looked at the bank draft saying $6854 , I have faith that my brothers friend woz like they say actualy making money part-time at there computar. . there best friend started doing this 4 only eleven months and just took care of the mortgage on there house and got a top of the range Lotus Elise . see
>>>­ www.Time-Jobs34.com
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heart wrenching story. kept me interested through the whole book to find out what happened
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After reading Ninteen Minutes, I was hoping Jodi Picoult could surprise me again with another good read. Unfortunately, this was not the case. The Pact is supposed to be a love story between two people so much in love they are willing to do anything for each others. In my opinion, what this story depicts is something totally different. The characters were unrealistic, although I tried so much to emphasize with them. Especially Emily, which I ended up thinking was only a selfish and damaged girl. Love is not at all what this book is about. Chris was surely more attached to Emily than she was to him: it is quite clear that their relationship only existed because of their parents' wishes and the two kids, especially Emily, ended up being damaged in the process. I would not recommend it: I feel this book was written without much research (at least, not in the psychological/emotional field) and was only there because she had to keep publishing something.
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An emotionally wrenching novel. Do you love someone enough to do anything for them--even the unthinkable?
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What is the deal with this woman?This is my second Picoult novel, but, like the first, I could not put it down (and I don't like mysteries!)Her writing is just so captivating, I didn't notice its 300+ length.The pact is about a "double suicide" of Chris and Emily - two teens who grew up next door to eachother, and are more connected than a brother and sister.Of course, it also shows how little a parent knows their own child.Really enjoyed it, but scared to read any more of her books, as I could not do much more than read this every spare minute!
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Although not one of my favorite Jodi Picoult books....I love her! She still manages to captivate me every time! I just wanted someone to know what was really going on with the girlfriend!! You truely felt how much he loved her, and how much that suffocated her.
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Another excellent book by Picoult. I personally don't like going back and forth from today and the past, so I skip some of the past. Too much detail to follow and then to have to go back to the present, but that is just me. The Pact is maybe between two longtime friends, who love each other. One is killed and who did it? Was it suicide, or was it a Pact gone wrong? Not to give away the ending, so just a note to say this is a must reading for those who like Picoult, and a good mystery/detective/forensics.
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This book really touched my heart. I loved the idea how the author made the story about two kids who grew up together and from the day Emily was born they were placed in the same bassinet up to when they turned teenagers they were inseparable. These two kids who are practically one person combined together has an outstanding relationship and bond with each other. They couldn't possibly live without the other. Towards the end while Chris was in the witness stand and he explained in detail how he feels toward Em, I thought the words that the author used about "being home" was heartfelting. While and after reading this book, I couldn't stop thinking about it and I couldn't help being pulled into the story. This book is a tear-jerker and enchanting.
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I just got finished reading The Pact by Jodi Picoult and it was a very good book by far. It is probably my favorite love story. It was about these two kids who were unseperable since birth and grew up together. They were highschool sweethearts and then something tragical happened. But I dont want to say anymore cause I don't want to give it away. I would really recommend this book for you to read.
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This is the second book of Jodi Picoult's I've read, the first being My Sister's Keeper and I must say I noticed a lot of similarities in the way the story was constructed from start to finish, there were even similarities with the characters. All in all however the story hooked me and I felt compelled to read it to the end to find out what really happened between Chris and Emily on the night that she died. Definitely recommend it to Jodi Picoult fans. In other reviews I've read I noticed that many were unhappy with the ending but I myself wasn't perturbed by the ending, I thought it was a no win situation in the end and the ending was as good as any.
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I found this book to be interesting however I was left with a few questions. I don't understand how a girl so in love with her boyfriend could possibly be so selfish as to ask him to not only witness her suicide but to participate in it. I also was wondering about her diary. How could her mother burn the last words her daughter had written? How could she possibly get rid of her daughter's inner most thoughts and not even think twice about it? Hm...this book def. got me thinking.
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She is perhaps the best writer ever. I love her books. Two teenagers make a pact to commit suicide; the girl dies and the boy survives. It is a real on the edge of your seat, page-turner of a book. I can't wait to read more by her.
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As a fan of Picoult this book does not disappoint in that she remains true to her style. She completely draws you in to the story and her characters are well developed. She is amazing at bringing to you all of the emotion of the human struggle to make sense of it all. In the end you realize there are no true answers only a revelation of who we truly are. The subject is delicate and one can only imagine the extent of despair that a suicidal person goes through. It would seem that help is always available but only the soul can truly express what one feels. Excellent portrayal of the choices we make, some to our own demise.
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The book I'm reviewing is The Pact, by Jodi Picoult. I chose to read this book because I've read many of Picoult's books in the past, and I have thoroughly enjoyed each one. It is always amazing to me the way that the author is able to allow the reader to connect to her characters 100%. You feel like you ARE Chris and Emily. Jodi Piccoult allows a perfectly sane person to imagine what it would feel like to want to kill yourself, or to love someone so much that you would literally do ANYTHING for them. The book is basically about two families who are irrevocably connected to one another and who happen to have children who are the same age; Chris and Emily. As Chris and Emily grow older they become romantically involved and so interwined that their lives could not possibly go on seperated. Until they are brought into an ER--Chris with a scalp wound, and Emily with a hole through her head. As the story progresses, the reader is dragged from one conclusion to the next, constantly struggling to find the truth, and when there are no more pages to turn, it is impossible to walk away without being haunted by the plot. This is one of the best books I've ever read.
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This is my second title by Picoult and I really enjoyed it. The ending was somewhat odd for me, but the emotions of Picoult's main characters really hit home.
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This book just went on too long for me. It couldn't decide if it was going to be a romance, a law and order episode or an adult drama. I wanted to just start skipping over some sections. I mean, it was a good story, but it could have sped itself up a little bit. It was also slightly predictable. It kept me interested just enough to finish it.
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The first book I read of Jodi's. I was hooked. I have read every one of her books, some twice. I totally love the way she writes.
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In this book, Chris and Emily were a couple and they decided to kill themselves, but after Emily shot herself, Chris was arrested by the cops and they thought he had shot her. There were some flashbacks of when they were growing up and before they had started dating. I read 100 pages of this book.I recommend it to people who like tragic love stories
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This novel is far more complex than it appears at first glance. It is not as strong as some of Picoult's other work, but it is thoughtful and engaging and very sad.I think the strength of this novel is the way she managed to bring us the mind of a teenage girl whose depression stems from something not in the least sensational. Emotional conflict and pain arise in the quietest people, those with apparently no lack of family support and good fortune. This is a love story, but not in the sense that the term is usually understood.
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What's not to like in a book that mixes soulmates, suicide, parenthood, legal drama, jail angst, and affairs, all juxtaposed against a backdrop of surbubia? Told in an alternating series of alternating flashforwards & flashbacks, The Pact follows more than just the life of star-crossed Chris & Em, but also the lives of their families - & though much else is going on (Em is killed whilst Chris survives an apparent suicide pact, & then the hunt for the truth of Em's death meanders in to many until the end of the book, and beyond), it is the detail to the dynamic of the very different characters of the 4 parents which most captivates and intrigues. The presentation of the many different but realistic reactions to grief contrasts, and begs to be judged (which parent did the right thing?) until it slowly dawns on you though you inevitably settle on a favourite, that if there actually is a right thing to do in such circumstances, you are no qualified judge. I also felt that Em was a bit under-explained, but perhaps that was the way it was meant to be - and the true mystery wasn't the way she died, but Em herself.
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This book reveals those unseen lines about why relationships get confused with what you think you want and what you believe you are supposed to want. The fragile line of true reality and the uncomfortable truth's unspoken. A teenage girl does not always know how to speak-up for herself, however; she does feel an emotional pain far too overwhelming for a teen to bear.
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Great book. however it was a bit dragged out and could have missed a lot of unnecessary chapters but overall a great read.
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Finished it last night and was sad that it had ended. Really enjoyed this read. Only thing I thought a bit annoying was the open ending. I wanted to know a bit more but all in all a great book. 4.5
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Another audio book I sat in my car and listened to after I reached my destination. I really enjoy Picoult's style with the alternating chapters because I feel like I get to know each character individually. It's easy to get in their heads and feel their emotions.As a parent, I was horrified by the outcome in this book, but could feel the love that the teens in this book felt. It was a reminder that in a split second life can change and never be the same.
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This is a heart wrenching novel which causes the reader to question how far you would go for love. The Pact tells to story of Emily and Chris, best friends, lovers, inseparable since birth. There share ALMOST everything... except the secret Emily has been keeping for years, a secret that causes her so much pain, she wants too die. What would you do for the person you love more than anything else when they wanted to end it all?
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(unabridged audiobook read by George Guidall): The Golds and the Hartes are neighbors and best friends. Their children, Chris Harte and Emily Gold, are raised practically as siblings, and start dating seriously as teenagers. As the story opens, Emily dies from a gunshot wound to the head and Chris claims it was a botched double suicide attempt. Soon after, Chris is on trial for the murder of his girlfriend. There's some interesting discussion of how well parents can really know their teenage children and some decent drama between the two families, but for the most part it's pretty unconvincing. The parents are remarkably unwilling to ask obvious questions, and I find it hard to believe that Chris and Emily would have been so tight-lipped for so long. This is one of Picoult's books I would recommend skipping, especially since several of her other works are so excellent.
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My first experience with Jodi Picoult. What a winner! Appropriate for high school kids as well as adults. I really liked this one!!
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I enjoyed this book, though it was not my favorite Jodi Picoult book. I got bored with it a few times at the beginning, but it got more interesting as I got deeper into the book.
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Awesome! Drew me in from first page.
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Growing up Chris Hartes and Emily Gold were best friends and then became sweethearts at age 13. Their parents were great friends with each other and everything seemed to be perfect. Until Emily Gold was found dead with a bullet through her head and Chris is claiming it was a double suicide pact gone wrong. Now it feels like these parents never knew the kids they once loved and that Chris may have killed his lover. Without giving too much away, the story basically is taking place through the days leading up to the trial and flashbacks of their past childhood. I really like this book though it did disturb me in some ways. I never want to go to a public restroom again nor will I left my kids when i have them. Overall, it was a very good book and I recommend it highly.
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