Mad Honey
by Jodi Picoult,Jennifer Finney Boylan
PBR Review: (by- Linda )

I've read and loved many Jodi Picoult books. I love how she looks at complex, controversial issues with a sensitive, deep, and thorough approach. And I really enjoyed this one she co-wrote with Jennifer Finney Boylan. At its deepest level, this is a story about identity, acceptance, and the intolerance of those who are different. Our world is diverse; sadly, small-minded people are not a thing of the past.

I also loved the characters. Two mothers who want nothing but happiness for their children, each willing to make considerable sacrifices to make this happen.

Mad Honey is well-paced, layered, and thought-provoking, which kept me turning pages. My first experience with Jennifer Finney Boylan, but I will certainly look for her work in the future.

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