This week, after reading the Storyteller – Jodi’s Picoult’s latest novel – I swallowed Lone Wolf, her previous novel. She is called a writer of commercial fiction. Nothing wrong with that if it means being a woman who writes a new book every year – I dare anyone to do it – and has millions of readers.
In my opinion her work is much more complex than it looks like. You know how what is seamless appears effortless? That would be a book from Jodi Picoult.
Lone Wolf is layered and compelling, and I would hate to summarize the plot and development. But if I had to, I would say that the story explores the mess that a terrible accident creates within a family and consequently questions the right to die.
Today Seth Godin asks his readers to share his daily post. Perfect timing.