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My Sister's Keeper
How would you feel if you knew your parents conceived you for the purpose of being an organ donor to an older sibling? This is the dilemma 13-year-old Anna faces in My Sister's Keeper. Her older sister, Kate, has a rare form of lukemia and Anna has given stem cells, bone marrow, and is now being pressured by her parents to give Kate a kidney. But, Anna turns the tables on her family when she hires a lawyer to sue her parents for the medical rights to her own body. However, Picoult's novels tend to have a surprise ending and My Sister's Keeper is no exception. The ending to this novel is totally unexpected and changes the lives of everyone in the Fitzgerald family.
Reviewed by Jessica B., University City Regional
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