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Jodi Picoult has done it again in "Change of Heart." She's take an highly controversial subject (the death penalty) and examined it from multiple viewpoints. Throughout the book we get to view this process from the perspective of the victims' family, a juror, an ACLU lawyer, a priest and another prisoner. Each main character helps the reader see what life might be like when the theoretical becomes reality. How do our long-held beliefs hold up to the cold light of day? What happens when words in an article or a discussion are actually about someone we know? One of the things I like the best about Picoult's books is that she doesn't overtly tell you to believe one thing or another. You have the right to form or reform your opinion on the topic. She just gives you the opportunity to gain perspective to more sides than you might have imagined were involved beforehand. I highly recommend this book.

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The L.A. Candy series by Lauren Conrad was pretty much great. The book is alot like the athor, Lauren who stared in the reality TV show, the hills. Now, you think...oh a reality TV star! she only got the book deal because she is a star. I thought it at first but Lauren really did pull her weight on this one. The series is based on a TV reality show, which two main best friends starring in it. The story unfolds as the friends get caught up in the fame of everything and their friendship goes through ups and downs but still you get very connected to those two friends. It does leave on huge cliff hangers and you want more and more. A great story by Lauren, I must say.