Yes, you are seeing it right. I am reading the newest masterpiece from Jodi Picoult (will be released on 2/28/12). I am super excited to be seeing her on Sat. March 10th.
An Evening With Jodi Picoult
Saturday, March 10
7:00pm, Doors open at 6:00pm at Radisson Hotel, Green Bay, WI
The Reader’s Loft is proud to present internationally acclaimed author Jodi Picoult March 10, 2012. Tickets are $38.00 and include a hardcover copy of Jodi’s latest novel, The Lone Wolf – due for release February 28, 2012. Books will be available for pickup at the show. Jodi will perform a reading from her work; conduct a Q&A with the audience, followed by a personal signing of The Lone Wolf. Pictures are permitted; however, posing with Jodi is not. A Reader's Loft representative will be available to work cameras for guests while Jodi is signing their book, which will allow for guests to be in the shot.
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Saturday March 10, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM CST
Please join us Satruday, March 10, 2012 at The Radisson Hotel as The Reader's Loft proudly presents internationally acclaimed author of My Sister's Keeper, Jodi Picoult. A copy of Jodi's 19th book, Lone Wolf is included with each ticket purchased. Doors Open at 6pm. Tickets will be mailed via the United Postal Service. The Radisson Hotel & Conference Center
Publication Date: February 28, 2012
A life hanging in the balance . . . a family torn apart. The #1 internationally bestselling author Jodi Picoult tells an unforgettable story about family secrets, love, and letting go.
In the wild, when a wolf knows its time is over, when it knows it is of no more use to its pack, it may sometimes choose to slip away. Dying apart from its family, it stays proud and true to its nature. Humans aren’t so lucky.
Luke Warren has spent his life researching wolves. He has written about them, studied their habits intensively, and even lived with them for extended periods of time. In many ways, Luke understands wolf dynamics better than those of his own family. His wife, Georgie, has left him, finally giving up on their lonely marriage. His son, Edward, twenty-four, fled six years ago, leaving behind a shattered relationship with his father. Edward understands that some things cannot be fixed, though memories of his domineering father still inflict pain. Then comes a frantic phone call: Luke has been gravely injured in a car accident with Edward’s younger sister, Cara.
Suddenly everything changes: Edward must return home to face the father he walked out on at age eighteen. He and Cara have to decide their father’s fate together. Though there’s no easy answer, questions abound: What secrets have Edward and his sister kept from each other? What hidden motives inform their need to let their father die . . . or to try to keep him alive? What would Luke himself want? How can any family member make such a decision in the face of guilt, pain, or both? And most importantly, to what extent have they all forgotten what a wolf never forgets: that each member of a pack needs the others, and that sometimes survival means sacrifice?
Another tour de force by Picoult, Lone Wolf brilliantly describes the nature of a family: the love, protection, and strength it can offer—and the price we might have to pay for those gifts. What happens when the hope that should sustain a family is the very thing tearing it apart?