I have to choose between my husband and my sontwo intelligent adults who feel they don\'t have by jodi picoult my sister's keeper tells the story of 13- year-old anna fitzgerald who sues her parents for medical emancipation the novel takes the reader through the lawsuit, told from the points of view of each of the.
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