I finished reading The Tenth Circle by Jodi Picoult last week.
It was okay. Not one of my favorites of hers. I borrowed it from the shelf in the teachers' workroom at school because I usually enjoy her books. The comic book artwork in between each chapter was okay, but not my cup of tea. The storyline itself was fairly predictable (maybe I've read too many of her books now...) and I had most parts of the ending figured out before I got there. If you've been reading hear for awhile, you know I prefer most of my reading to be stories or biographish books that "make me think" rather than reading "fluff" or books that I can guess the ending of long before I get to it (because once I start a book...I have to finish it and it makes it seem to take that much longer when I think I have it figured out already.) Like I said, I thought this book was just okay...sorry for the random/"just okay"ish blog post about it. :)