My Sister's Keeper

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  • Topic: My Sister's Keeper, High School Musical, Emotion
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  • Published : February 20, 2013
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My Sister's Keeper is a very dramatic novel that brings out all of your emotions all in one story. It's the type of book that can make you cry, make you smile, and even make you laugh. The novel twists and turns between happy moments and then will bring you into moments where you'll want to cry your eyes out. The novel deals with mature topics like romance and the importance of family relationships, but for anyone old enough to comprehend these topics, the story will teach you a life-lasting lesson and make you realize the importance of keeping your family and those who you love close to you. The book is a long read, with 432 pages but is definitely easy to get through. You'll be flying through the pages dying to figure out what's happening next, I guarantee it. It keeps you on your toes and not expecting the next event with the drama creating a suspense that you can't surpass throughout the entire book. I think Jodi Picoult began to write this book in order to create an influential story that will make the reader feel closer to their loved ones just by reading it. The book portrays the hardships of having someone close to you with cancer, but brings out hopes and positive thoughts that even though cancer puts up a tough fight, it is definitely possible to defeat. The narrator of My Sister's Keeper switches through each chapter. It switches from Anna, to her brother Jesse, to her mother Sara, to her father Brian, to her lawyer Campbell in a recurrent pattern. I like this technique that Jodi Picoult used because it let's you into the mind of every character and let's you know how each character sees things differently. It also let's you know many things that you wouldn't know if the only narrator was Anna. You find out secrets and personal information about each of the characters that makes you feel as if they're real people. The more you get to know them, the more you begin to care for them. The characters fit in the story perfectly in their own way. The plot...
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