Thursday, May 3, 2012
book Review: Vanishing Acts by Jodi Picoult
Jodi Picoult is a amazing writer and I know she has bucket loads off fans, I mast say her book My sisters keeper - was one of my favorite books, but Vanishing acts left me wanting..
The book starts with Delia, the protagonist, finding a small child as part of her job, only to find out her father is in more trouble. Delia a mother and wife with a 4 year old and a lawyer husband, a best friend she is close to but turns out he feels more for her then just the friend. try's to go throw life with normality till her father is accused for kidnapping- for kidnapping Dalia.
The book was very captivating, I did finish it in one days time and some bits did lose me here and there but i enjoyed drama and story telling over all yet when the story neared the end i felt like it was left incomplete.
The story Delia goes with her husband to save her father form life impression and along with it her best friend yet story's form their past reviled like her husbands alcoholism, i felt the end off the book lacking yes thy did get her father at the end but i feel its more personally my own problem with open book endings.
after the overall story i did feel slightly moved yet more disappointed, thank you for reading this is my personal review on Vanishing Acts.