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The Tenth Circle

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The Tenth Circle

by Jodi picoult (Paperback)
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ISBN: 9780340835524
Pages: 406
Publisher: Hodder & stoughton
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Bestselling author Jodi Picoults The Tenth Circle is a metaphorical journey through Dantes Inferno, told through the eyes of a small Maine family whose hidden demons haunt every aspect of their seemingly peaceful existence. Woven throughout the novel are a series of dramatic illustrations that pay homage to the familys patriarch (comic book artist Daniel Stone), and add Bestselling author Jodi Picoults The Tenth Circle is a metaphorical journey through Dantes Inferno, told through the eyes of a small Maine family whose hidden demons haunt every aspect of their seemingly peaceful existence. Woven throughout the novel are a series of dramatic illustrations that pay homage to the familys patriarch (comic book artist Daniel Stone), and add a unique twist to this gripping, yet somewhat rhetorical tale. Trixie Stone is an imaginative, perceptive 14 year old whose life begins to unravel when Jason Underhill, Bethel Highs star hockey player, breaks up with her, leaving a void that can only be filled by the blood spilled during shameful self-mutilations in the girls bathroom. While Trixies dad Daniel notices his daughters recent change in demeanor, he turns a blind eye, just as he does to the obvious affair his wife Laura, a college professor, is barely trying to conceal. When Trixie gets raped at a friends party, Daniel and Laura are forced to deal not only with the consequences of their daughters physical and emotional trauma, but with their own transgressions as well. For Daniel, that means reflecting on a childhood spent as the only white kid in a native Alaskan village, where isolation and loneliness turned him into a recluse, only to be born again after falling in love with his wife. Laura, who blames her familys unraveling on her selfish affair, must decide how to reconcile her personal desires with her loved ones needs. The Tenth Circle is chock full of symbolism and allegory that at times can seem oppresive. Still, Picoults fans will welcome this skillfully told story of betrayal and its many negative, and positive consequences. --Gisele Toueg