I didn't enjoy this book but finished it nonetheless. From the author's notes, I understand that she was trying to write a book in shades of gray about adoption and both the birth and adoptive parents. I don't think she succeeded.
I didn't like the characters so it was hard to feel invested in them, or feel that their actions were realistic.
I was particularly annoyed by a major choice made by the main character at the end of the book as it seemed ridiculous given all that had come before.
Fans of Picoult and Bohjalian might enjoy this story of an adoption case worker who gets too close to the families she's working with. This would be a great book discussion title, as it raises many questions about adoption processes for which there are no right answers.
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