Save Me: A Novel Paperback – Feb 14 2012
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“Are you a good mother if you save your child from disaster? What if it means sacrificing another's child? In Save Me, Lisa Scottoline walks readers into this charged moral dilemma and then takes them on an intense, breathless ride where accidents might not be accidents at all. You won't be able to put this one down.” ―Jodi Picoult
“Each staccato chapter adds new and unexpected turns, so many you could get whiplash just turning a page. Scottoline knows how to keep readers in her grip.” ―The New York Times Book Review
“The Scottoline we love as a virtuoso of suspense, fast action, and intricate plot is back in top form in Save Me.” ―The Washington Post Book World
“A white-hot crossover novel about the perils of mother love.” ―Kirkus Reviews
“A satisfying, nail-biting thriller.” ―Publishers Weekly
“Scottoline masterfully fits every detail into a tight plot chock-full of real characters, real issues, and real thrills. A story anchored by the impenetrable power of a mother's love, it begs the question, just how far would you go to save your child?” ―Booklist
“An emotionally riveting novel that explores the depths of one mother's love for her daughter. Powerful, provocative, and page-turning!” ―Emily Giffin
“A novel packed with excitement and emotion, Save Me is a gut-clenching, heart-stirring read.” ―Sandra Brown
“Heart-pounding! Scottoline provides the perfect combination of explosive action, twisting turns, and genuine emotion in this exciting novel of an ordinary mom going to extraordinary lengths for her daughter. Open up Save Me, and save yourself with a great book." --Lisa Gardner "From one shock to the next, only a mom's courage and love bring justice. Nerves-on-edge, heart-pounding, and heart-wrenching, Save Me is thrilling and infused with love. Brilliant, I couldn't put it down.” ―Louise Penny
About the Author
LISA SCOTTOLINE is the New York Times bestselling and Edgar-Award winning author of eighteen novels. She is the President of Mystery Writers of America and her recent novel, LOOK AGAIN, has been optioned for a feature film. She is a weekly columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer and her columns have been collected in two books and optioned for television. She has 25 million copies of her books in print in the United States, and she has been published in thirty countries. She lives in Philadelphia with an array of disobedient pets.See all Product Description
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If you enjoy the type of novels that want you to ask yourself the hard 'what if' or 'what would I do in this type of situation' questions, then you may find this novel interesting'at least for the first 8 or 10 chapters, because that is what this novel asks you to do. It tries to ask you to put yourself in a situation that may make you uncomfortable, unpopular and may even call you ethics into question.
Or, after ten chapters you may do like me and simply roll your eyes at the antics of the 'heroine' and want to call it a day. While the story could have been 'all that and a bag of chips' the stilted dialogue, unsympathetic characters, outlandishly unrealistic plot makes this a difficult read to take seriously or to even simply like. The plot is all over the place with no rhyme or reason, and some secondary stories just seem thrown in willy-nilly. For the life of me I cannot see why Ms Scottoline did things like this.. The main story of our heroine taking flak for supposedly saving her child above any other child, would have been sufficient to carry this book. The author chooses to throw in revelations that really had no bearing on the story and childish antics that has the heroine finding out that there was a nefarious plot going on to kill several people. Frankly, just the 'what if' idea was enough for an entire book.
Sadly, I expected so much more from an author of this caliber.