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Songs of the Humpback Whale by Jodi Picoult: A Book Review

In this multi-pov book, Jane Jones takes her daughter, Rebecca, and leaves her Marine Biologist husband and takes a trip across the United States to her brother, who sends her letters to guide her along the way. Little does she know  what’s waiting for both her and her daughter at their destination and what they will lose and gain. Did I mention that at three years old, Rebecca survived a plane crash? No? Well, she did.
The book starts off a little confusing because it switches around a lot between them travelling and then being at the apple orchard where Jane’s brother both lives and works. Once you adapt to the way the story’s told and the characters and all that, it’s a pretty easy read and the story itself is amazing. But because it’s confusing, I have to knock off a star, so the book gets ⭐⭐⭐⭐. I do love this book though either way. Happy reading and keep smiling!!


2 responses to “Songs of the Humpback Whale by Jodi Picoult: A Book Review”

    • That she does. This was the second book I’ve read of hers. The first was My Sister’s Keeper. I have one or two others on my bookshelf that I haven’t read yet that she wrote.


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