QBD Reviews: Small Great Things by Jodi PIcoult

smallthingsJodi Picoult has again targeted another of society’s big issues with her latest courtroom drama novel.

Prejudice and race is at the heart of the story as we follow the experience of an African American labour and delivery nurse whose world is turned upside down when she comes in contact with a white supremacist and his baby.

Thought provoking and heart wrenching, the topics on display in this book are relevant and will stay with you well after you turn the last page.

Jodi Picoult has a way of jumping into the shoes of others and seeing things through others eyes, raising questions that you never thought to consider before.

I enjoyed this book from start to finish and thoroughly recommend Ms Picoult’s newest novel to anyone who enjoys a great read.

~ Belinda, QBD Charlestown

 

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