It's very likely that I just read my last Jodi Picoult book. Change of Heart felt like anti-Christian, many-paths-to-God, embrace-world-religions propaganda. Don't get me wrong: I don't expect non-Christians to write as a Christian would or even to uphold Christian values, but I am offended when they add their written voice to the wave of assaults on our values. If Christians were a violent group of people, as the European Muslims tend to be, books like this would incite riots. Jesus is not going to come back in the body of a convicted murderer, no matter what good that convict may try to do.
The writing was good; she definitely has talent. But I can read writers with equal talent that don't make me want to lose my lunch.
Heather and Reese update their blog daily, as they remain friends from opposite sides of the globe. Heather resides in their mutual hometown in Oregon, while Reese lives in the UK with her military husband. They blog about books, family, marriage, travel, relationships, and the occasional odds-and-end things that make up life in the real world. The Crazyvile Chicks love God, their husbands, their kids, their country and their caffeine! Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy a peek into their lives and friendship as they continue Kicking It In Crazyville.