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Harvesting the Heart (1994)

de Jodi Picoult

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The author of Picture Perfect "explores the fragile ground of ambivalent motherhood" (New York Times Book Review). Paige's mother left when she was five. When Paige becomes a mother herself, she is overwhelmed by the demands. Unable to forget her past, Paige struggles with the difficulties of marriage and motherhood.… (mais)
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This was not a typical Jodi Picoult book with a court case. It was good, but not something I would have picked up were it not for Picoult's name. I did not particularly like any of the characters, esp bc of their selfishness. However, the writing style grabbed me as always. ( )
  CASDonnelly218 | Feb 1, 2021 |
Title truly captures the theme of this book on multiple levels. From the beginning I thought this book would be a truly satisfying read. Paige's Dad was entertaining with his inventions but really only half of a father with his thinking of the past. Kept hoping for Paige to grow and learn from the past but she just got irritating. Nice of her to draw people that made them feel better but her overall behaviors at the hospital were unrealistic. Nicholas was impressive in his growth from being all about career advancement to realizing he could be a good father also. However by the end I lost respect for him with his unforgiving attitude. Both needed to grow up and by the end the reader realizes they have a long way to go. Accepted Paige running away to find her mother and deal with the past but she really needed to stay in touch with her own family (father and husband) ( )
  kshydog | Dec 13, 2020 |
The ending was too open-ended for me. I love this author, but not this book. ( )
  k_tobias | Aug 25, 2020 |
This one had me a bit confused at the end. It didn't wrap up neatly like her other novels usually do. There was some ambiguity as to whether or not the couple would get back together, which I liked. For some reason I strongly identified with Paige's character though I'm not sure exactly why. There are a couple of different reasons that I'm thinking of, maybe I'll add them at a later date when I've thought them through a little bit better. One thing I did really enjoy was the imagery created by Paige's art. The descriptions were good enough that I could imagine them and would have liked to see the showing described in one of the last chapters. ( )
  Melissalovesreading | Sep 30, 2018 |
Paige ran away from Chicago and landed in Massachusetts when she was just 18. With nothing more than her dufflebag, $100, and ghosts haunting her, she set out to live her life.

Nicholas was from a wealthy family, but couldn't find happiness with the wealth. He never felt that he was "enough" for his parents or society. And then one day, he sits down at Mercy's diner, and the waitress draws his picture...

Paige and Nicholas start dating, and are engaged by the fourth date. His parents are not accepting of Paige and cut him of from the family money. They marry despite his parents disapproval. Paige continues to work as a waitress and gets a second job to help pay for Nicholas's medical schooling.

Years pass, and Nicholas is well on his way to chief of cardiac surgery, and Paige finds herself pregnant. She is terrified...her old ghosts come back to haunt her...overwhelmed with being a wife and mother, Paige runs away again.

Will she find what she's looking for? Will Nicholas forgive her for leaving him and Max... ( )
  shannon.dolgos | Sep 5, 2017 |
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