I was a little disappointed in this book. I mean, I always find Jodi Picoult's books somewhat dissatisfying, mostly because they're not so big with the answers. This one I found disappointing because there were too many answers. There were good guys and bad guys, a right side and a wrong one. It's not that I didn't agree with Picoult's very obvious position--I really really do--but it's not exactly what I expect from her, or what I wanted when I settled into the book.
I was looking for something more complicated, less...uh, you know, not so much with the Harry Potter epilogue, right?