I just finished Jodi Picoult's new book, Sing Me Home. It ended up being better than I thought it was in the beginning. Let me just start by saying that Picoult is my absolute favorite author. I have read all of her books and only Tenth Circle was disappointing. The rest were all fabulous. So when I saw that this one was coming on 3/1, I pre-ordered it! I was so excited to be getting a new book since the ones I'd been reading have been pretty drab. I was in the middle of Freakonomics, and was looking forward to a great read. Getting back to the book at hand, I'd say on a scale of 1-10, I'd give it a 6. It came with a CD that you played at certain points throughout the book. And while I did enjoy the songs, I thought it was a little weird. I also didn't really like the two main characters, Zoe and Vanessa. I liked Vanessa better than Zoe, but I felt they both were lacking something. I thought Zoe's profession was the most interesting thing about her. And along those lines, I really liked Lucy and I hated not having a better ending for her. I also didn't like the ending. Maybe I can get how she ended up with the embryos but I didn't get Libby. It was all a little over the top for me. But no I won't give up on Picoult.