Who is Jodi Picoult?
Jodi Picoult, 45, is the bestselling author of 20 novels.
Picoult first started writing while attending Princeton University and graduated in the year 1987. Whilst still in college, Picoult had two short stories published in Seventeen Magazine. She had varying types of careers from editing textbooks to teaching eighth grade english. Picoult is married to Timothy Warren Van Leer, who she met while attending college. They and their three children; Samantha, Kyle, and Jake, (and a handful of pets) live in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Jodi Picoult is the bestselling author of these twenty books,
Songs of the Humpback Whale (1992),
Harvesting the Heart (1994),
Picture Perfect (1995),
The Pact (1998),
Keeping Faith (1999),
Plain Truth (2000),
Salem Falls (2001),
Second Glance (2003),
My Sister's Keeper (2004),
Vanishing Acts (2005),
The Tenth Circle (2006)
Nineteen Minutes (2007),
Change of Heart (2008),
Handle With Care (2009),
House Rules (2010),
Sing you Home (2011),
Lone Wolf (2012),
Between the Lines (2012).
Jodi's Latest Book, 'Lone Wolf'
Edward Warren, twenty-four, has been living in Thailand for six years, a prodigal son who left his family after an irreparable fight with his father, Luke. But he gets a frantic phone call: His dad lies comatose, gravely injured in the same accident that has also injured his younger sister Cara.
With her father's chances for recovery dwindling, Cara wants to wait for a miracle. But Edward wants to terminate life support and donate his father's organs. Is he motivated by altruism, or revenge? And to what lengths will his sister go to stop him from making an irrevocable decision?
Lone Wolf explores the notion of family, and the love, protection and strength it's meant to offer. But what if the hope that should sustain it, is the very thing that pulls it apart? Another tour de force from Jodi Picoult, Lone Wolf examines the wild and lonely terrain upon which love battles reason.
'A story about hope, anger, grief, love and relationships, Lone Wolf is realistic, compelling, moving and fascinating by turns. The more I read, the more I enjoyed it.' Flourish Magazine