Jodi Picoult
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"Jodi Lynn Picoult" is an American author. She was awarded the New England Bookseller Award for fiction in 2003. Picoult currently has approximately 14 million copies of her books in print worldwide.

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When heaven breaks, who fixes it?

Dante believed God punished suicides by trapping the person's spirit in a tree trunk. On Judgement Day, they were the only sinners who didn't get their souls back, because they tried to get rid of them once before.

Could you really love someone who was capable of falling in love with someone else?

As it turned out, hell wasn't watching the people you love get hurt; it was coming in during the second act, when it was already too late to stop it from happening.

There's some illogical part of me that still believes if you want superman to show up, first there's got to be someone worth saving.

The thing that most people didn't understand...was that a rape victim and a victim of a fatal accident were both gone, forever. The difference was that the rape victim still had to go through the motions of being alive.

Vengeance was a funny thing: You wanted the satisfaction of knowing it had occurred, but you never wanted to actually hear the words out loud, because then you'd have to admit to yourself that you'd wanted proof, and that somehow made you baser, less civilized.

It was possible that a miracle was not something that happened to you, but rather something that didn't.

The saddest day in the world will be the one when she stops pretending.