Rather than put this in the "What are you reading now?" thread, I thought I'd start a new one. I have now read two of Jodi Picoult's books, and I really see why so many people like them.
I have found that she writes in such a way that really keeps the plot constantly progressing and moving, with very few lulls that make you want to skim. I especially find the last chunk of her books intriguing compared to others I've read. She doesn't seem to just have one big climax toward the end and tie up loose ends for a few pages. I could probably pick the largest climax, but it seems to be a good bit before the book ends, and then it seems like there are a bunch more smaller climaxes and things solved in the last portion of the book. It makes the books so interesting to read, for the entire book, cover to cover. Way more than most books I've read.
Just wondering has anyone else found this? I've only read two of her books so far, Plain Truth and just finished Second Glance, the bookclub selection. So maybe it's just those two? I'm hoping not, though! Looking forward to any more books by her, that's for sure. And I hit the motherload, since my MIL and FIL enjoy her books, and have bought quite a few. They have lent me the ones they have finished, so I have five waiting for me, and one more that my MIL is reading now. Woo-hoo!