Picoult's specialty is the headline-inspired moral dilemma and this one is no exception.
Shay Bourne is on death row, awaiting execution for the murder of a young girl and her father. Miracles began to happen as soon as Shay arrives in the cell block--wine coming out of the faucets, changes in the health (both emotional and physical) of the other inmates, and a bird who is brought back to life. Some believe that Shay is a new messiah, especially after he decides to donate his heart to the 11-year-old sister of the little girl he killed.
Picoult explores religion, capital punishment, redemption, and mother/daughter relationships in her latest page turner.
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