I woke up about 7 this morning and sat and finished this book. While not my favorite of hers, I really enjoyed it and my laundry just had to wait until I was done.
I like how she tells the story from different points of view and how each character has his or her own distinctive voice. Even five-year-old Nathaniel sounds like a kid. The guys are guys and the females think like women. She really is so talented.
I also love her writing style. It is so poetic and that is my first love. Her metaphors and similes are brilliant. They make the story so much easier to picture.
I read my first Picoult last summer and have a few more to go before I get caught up. That will be a sad day, indeed!