Book Review VLOG: A Spark of Light {Jodi Picoult)

I stayed up way too late last night finishing this book and I have so many thoughts…

Here is my (SPOILER FREE!) review straight from my YouTube channel:

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6 thoughts on “Book Review VLOG: A Spark of Light {Jodi Picoult)

  1. Plain Truth is the Amish one. Songs of the Humpback Whale is also told backwards, but is not about a court case. You MUST read The Storyteller. One of the best Holocaust books! Just not during Passover because they talk about bread a lot. 🙂 I didn’t like Mercy and 10th Circle all that much. Some of her earlier books were also a bit slow. I love Second Glance. That one is incredible. Leaving Time has a similar feel to it. Keeping Faith is really good, even though it does involve a court case. I agree with you on The Pact. That was my first Jodi Picoult book. 🙂
    Here’s my review of Spark: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2519654542?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1
    I loved your video. Especially your kids interrupting. I know that feeling SO well! 🙂
    Have a nice Passover.

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  2. Plain Truth is the Amish one and it was one of the first Picoult books I read and I really enjoyed it. The Storyteller is brilliant and I really loved 19 Minutes too.
    I finished ASpark of Light yesterday. I liked it but think I would have preffered it if it wasn’t written backwards. And I agree with the too many characters and got confused between Joy and Janine too. (Glad i wasn’t the only one). Even though it was good I dont think I’d recommend it to friends to read unlike some of Jodi’s other books.

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  3. 1. Thank you so much for your suggestions 🙂 2. YES Plain Truth! 3. Why would she choose 2 main characters with the same first initial ESPECIALLY when there were SO many characters to keep track of? I always think this about reality shows, too. Why have 2 girls on the same season of the Bachelor with the same name?!?

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