Sing You HomeLarge Print - 2011
Devastated, Zoe throws herself into her career as a music therapist, and when Vanessa, a guidance counselor, asks her to work with a suicidal teen, the relationship between Zoe and Vanessa goes from business to friendship - then, to Zoe's surprise - to love. When Zoe allows herself to think of having a family again, she remembers that she and Max still have frozen embryos. Max had found his peace at the bottom of a bottle until he was "rescued" by charismatic pastor, Clive Lincoln, who has vowed to fight the homosexual agenda that he believes has threatened family values in America.
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Really liked it but it was possible not for my age group. Definitely liked Zoe and Vanessa's parts better because i think it was basically just parts about Jesus for Max. Absolutely Loved the ending though!
i don't think i finished this book......by the description, i can hardly remember the gist of the story.....
This book started out great with the emotion you always find in a Jodi PIcoult book. About a third of the way into the boook, it seemed someone else took over the writing. The content of the book was very interesting and thought provoking, but it was without depth. "This happened, then that happened and he said this,and she said this.... blah blah blah." I can't put my finger on exactly what was missing, but there was something.........
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There's a difference between finding someone who's broken and finding someone who makes you complete.
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