I found the book to me captivating and hard to put down..I found the charaters very compelling and the choices made....hard to choose.
>>By L (Thursday, 3 Apr 2003 00:39)
I have recently "discovered" Jodi's books, I find them so enjoyable and hard to put down! Her characters are very believable and the stories engrossing. I can't wait for her new book! Thank you for so much pleasure.
>>By Doreen Hawes (Friday, 4 Apr 2003 05:14)
Hey, I also found the Pact the hard to put down, it was really great.
I have to do an English Oral, on the different attitudes adn behaviours the characters had towards life, I am trying to get a few different perspectives, and if anyone reads this please reply thanks heaps!
>>By Corinne Kelly (Tuesday, 24 Jun 2003 03:03)
I'm surpirsed that discussion has been so lagging. Maybe I am just the last in a queue....but she is pretty "hot" as a young one tells me....shit I am pretty young. anways....i can't help myself I read her books like candy....even though she is telling the same story over and over and over and over and over.....well you get the point.....obviously jodi is a mom....commando mom in every position...she's mom, she's have a career woman, she's have a sex-life with husband woman, she's i had a life before you husband woman...
as an author she's i can write about prison, i can write about the law, i can write because i do some research.... and she's also a person who can just friggin write....and annoy me (which I appreciate)
she is the author I recommend to women who i think are better than the readers of the kellys the keaghs the keyes...
move on to the p's folk....
>>By iwishiwereabondgirl (Thursday, 27 Apr 2006 13:38)
She may tell the same story over and over but it gets better and better all the time!
>>By Dirk (Friday, 26 May 2006 23:34)
it's not the same story folks...you may be missing the point?she writes about real life and real emotions and she writes with the intention of making her readers think about how they would deal with the very real dilemma's in her books.
>>By alijac (Tuesday, 17 Jun 2008 23:59)
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