I can't sleep.
It's 12.13 in the morning of May 30th and I've just finished reading Jodi Picoult's My Sister's Keeper, the best novel of the year yet I've read.
Highly recommended for readers looking for a book that can have an impact on their lives other than Paolo Coelho, but that actually depends if you're actually susceptible to the heart-rending experience of trawling through such tomes for inspirational stories.
Well, all in all..this book has not failed me. The twist and suspense unravels beautifully which makes this a gripping unputdownable story.
In the middle it does get boring a bit when the author dishes out on the regular days of human beings, delaying the pace slightly, as expected, but only then did I realize that it actually had me off guard temporarily to deliver the climactic blow of one of the most memorable endings, I should say.
It had my tears suddenly streaming down my cheeks for some inexplicable reason.
well, worth the spend, I should say.
when I went looking for a book in Alor Star recently, I was actually looking for The Memory Keeper's Daughter, but this novel in hand can termendously compensate for it.