The author of 23 bestselling novels, Jodi Picoult is a high-profile American writer with a unique style of storytelling. Picoult's books usually deal with ethical issues and are told from a variety of viewpoints, with each chapter written in a different character's voice. This technique allows Picoult to show multiple sides of a situation and underscore areas of moral ambiguity.
Here is a list of a few Jodi Picoult books including her latest releases.
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Small Great Things (2016)Amazon
Jodi Picoult delves into heavy topics of racism, privilege, and ethics in Small Great Things. Ruth Jefferson, a black nurse at a hospital, is requested by white supremacist parents to not touch their newborn baby.
However, the baby goes into cardiac distress when Ruth is the only one around. She saves the baby, but after hesitating for some time.
This instance brings Ruth to trial, where she is told not to mention race in the courtroom.
Off The Page (2015)Amazon
Co-written by Jodi Picoult and her daughter, Samantha van Leer, Off The Page is a fun, magic-filled romance novel with beautiful illustrations.
Teenager Delilah gets involved with a prince from a fairy tale who comes to life. But in order to exist in the real world, Prince Oliver has to exchange places with someone.
Leaving Time (2014)
Jenna is a young woman who is searching for her mother, who disappeared when Jenna was only a child. Did her mother abandon her or is there another explanation?
In Leaving Time, Jenna searches her mother's writings about elephants to find clues about where she might be. This novel was released on October 14, 2014.
The Storyteller (2013)Amazon
The Storyteller was released February 26, 2013. The story's theme revolves around forgiveness and whether or not people can change.
In the book, a former Nazi confesses to his crimes and asks a friend to kill him. But before his confession, he is a much-loved member of a small American town.