FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts

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➵ [Reading] ➷ Vanishing Acts By Jodi Picoult ➪ – Srl-ltd.co.uk Delia Hopkins has led a charmed life Raised in rural New Hampshire by her widowed father Andrew she now has a young daughter a handsome fiance and her own search and rescue bloodhound which she uses tReading Vanishing Acts By Jodi Picoult Srl ltdcouk Delia Hopkins has led a charmed life Raised in rural New Hampshire by her widowed father Andrew she now has a young daughter a handsome fiance and her own search and rescue bloodhound which she uses t Delia Hopkins has led a charmed life Raised in rural New Hampshire by her widowed father Andrew she now has a young daughter a ha

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Ndsome fiance and her own search and rescue bloodhound which she uses to find missing persons But as Delia plans her wedding she is plagued by flashbacks of a life she can't recall And then a policeman knocks on her door revealing a secret that changes the world as she knows it In shock and confusion Delia must sift through the truth even when it jeopardizes her life and the lives of those she loves What happens wh

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Vanishing ActsEn you learn you are not who you thought you were? When the people you've loved and trusted suddenly change before your eyes? When getting your deepest wish means giving up what you've always taken for granted? Vanishing Acts explores how life as we know it might not turn out the way we imagined; how doing the right thing could mean doing the wrong thing; how the memory we thought had vanished could return as a threat

FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Jodi Picoult is the author of twenty six novels including the New York Times bestsellers Small Great Things A Spark of Light Leaving Time The Storyteller Lone Wolf Between the Lines Sing You Home House Rules Handle with Care Change of Heart Nineteen Minutes and My Sister’s Keeper She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and three childrenHer new novel THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS is.

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  • Jen

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsI'd never read any Jodi Picoult before I read the first 100 or so pages of this one and didn't want to read any I found it very uneven and the character of Delia just ran around being shrill unreasonable and oblivious while there are three men in her life who seem to live only to please her Jeez Also I could tell the answer to the mystery of why the father did w


  • Teri Zipf

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsNever reading Jodi Picoult again If there were just one thing wrong with this book I'd give her another try but read on The number one thing I hated about this book was the Hopi character who has breast cancer and kills herself without bothering to get any treatment just jumps off a cliff in front of Delia who doesn't stop her because if she had to look forward to losing her hair and a breast she'd probably do it too Well good god hair grows back They can give you new bigger boobs But no one can restore you to your family and friends If this woman had had a chance to think this over if someone had bothered to go to the doctor with her and see what her options are she might have changed her mind We're never given enough information for this to have seemed to have been an informed decision The woman obviously wasn't in any advanced state of cancer as she hiked out to this remote spot to jump from and


  • Hollyhocks

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsOkay I got to disk 10 and could not listen to this nonsense any There's so much to this book that coulda been left out I'm annoyed w all the Hopi Indian stuff and the gruesome prison scenes and the skirting around the truth crap I liked this book in the beginning and the way it was set up switching perspectives but then when it got t


  • Stephanie

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsI have sort of a love hate relationship with Jodi Picoult books I really enjoyed Plain Truth and My Sister's Keeper but there are definitely things about her writing that irritate me It seems they were apparent in this one I personally think metaphors would be effective and part of a beautiful written piece if they are few and really well woven into the book In Vanishing Acts Picoult tended to bash the reader over the head with meaningfulness and metaphorical irony So basically if you've read and liked other Picoult books read this one too But if you've never read one of her books start with a much better one Plain Truth is my favorite and only get to this one if you really like it


  • Michele

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsThe Only Way Someone Can Leave You Is If You Let Them Vanishing Acts is yet another well told tale by Jodi Picoult who is a master at character development Once again telling the story through first person accounts of the main characters she weaves together a family drama centered on a kidnapping that had occurred 28 years earlierThirty one year old Delia Hopkins aka Bethany Matthews discovers her loving and devoted father took her away from her alcoholic mother and her childhood in Scottsdale AZ created new identities for himself and his daughter and raised her on lies in New Hampshire Delia believed her mother was killed in a car accident When her father is arrested for the crime and put on trial back in Arizona everything Delia knows to be tr


  • Elizabeth

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsI have been working my way through Jodi Picoult's books for the last couple of weeks and was really disappointed by this book I had previously read My Sister's Keeper and The Pact and although I didn't love them I thought they were very well written and the multiple character angle worked in them My main problem with this book was that there was too much going on from start to finish there were just too many story lines I felt the relationship between Delia Erik and Fitz was pointless and was really disappointed in the outcome at the end of the book and characters to keep track of all of Andrew's jail mates and the Hopi people added unnecessary confusing trying to keep everyone straight The final surprise at the end of the book was almost an after though although the basis of it was introduced early in the book and although it served a purpose I think


  • Tima

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsPage 70 review I've just barely cracked into this book but I already needed to comment on something I really dislike Picoult's use of different fonts for each character she does the same in My Sister's Keeper If you cannot write a character well enough that it can't stand alone in generic fontyou ought to start writing from one perspective only Barbara Kingsolver writes almost all her novels from the view of 3 4 different people per story and keeps the same font She gives them such depth and voice that they are entirely identifiable no matter the font they're in Page 214 review ualms #2 #3 a


  • Laura

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsI have a slight lovehate relationship with Jodi Picoult novels There have been a couple which I absolutely adored and several that I didn't enjoy at all This latest read falls firmly somewhere in the middle I enjoyed the initial plot outline it was something different and I felt empathy for the lead characters By midway I was beginning to feel a little bored as I knew where the story was heading The writing felt dated By the time the grand court case that Picoult is famous for came to be I had lost ninety percent of my patience with the book and found myself skimming the long court based conversationsIndeed some of the characters are interesting but too many of their actions felt contrived As so many of this authors books focus on similar topics she needs to ensure that every single


  • Liza

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsI'm in a Piccoult zone THis is the second book of hers that I've read and Ive just started a new one I appreciate the depth of the topics she writes about this one the ethics of a father's decision to kidnap his daughter from a staggering alcoholic mother Was the daughter better off never knowing her mother? Was losing her daughter what the mother needed to get clean the ultimate tough love test? Did the father have the right to make that decision for everyone based on his fears and discomforts in the situation? Were there other alternatives for a man a single father in the seventies? Fact is this is a very real situation that deserves very real attention I think Jodi Piccoult touched on some of the elusive elements of situations like these and touched on them well So far tw


  • Laila

    FREE DOC ✓ READER Vanishing Acts Vanishing ActsI've read better from her It wasn't terrible and I enjoyed parts of it but all in all there were too many issues that bothered me and left me with an odd feeling Partly and I've had the same issue with some of her other books especially my sister's keeper where I feel like my idea of poetic justice or how people feel and react are just SLIGHTLY off hers Which is worse than completely off somehowMostly I feel like she crammed a few too many side plots and characters into this I really could have done without the love triangle or Fitz the character whiny useless zero agency in the story Same with her mother's santaria While I liked the Native American subplot I'm no expert in how it was handled because it really factored into the sto