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THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS REVIEW

THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS REVIEW

THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS

 

 
 
An emotional meltdown during his mid years in life, story with enough material for a few TED talks. 
 
 

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THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS

BY JODI PICOULT‧ RELEASE DATE: SEP. 22, 2020 

What number of us have thought back on a choice that transformed us and pondered: imagine a scenario in which we had settled on an alternate decision. Picoult’s epic The Book of Two Ways dives into this very inquiry and the outcome is unbelievably intriguing. Dawn Edelstein was before a youthful graduate understudy taking a shot at a dive in Egypt, in adoration with an individual Egyptologist, and getting nearer and nearer to demonstrating a revolutionary new  hypothesis about old Egyptians’ entombment ceremonies for the way to existence in the wake of death. At that point a call from home made a huge difference. 

After fifteen years, Dawn is hitched, with a high school girl, and working in Boston as a passing doula, helping the perishing get ready to leave this world in the most ideal manner conceivable. At the point when Dawn has a brush with death she is stood up to with the subject of whether easy street she has could have been an incredible one.

Dawn doesn’t just ponder the question—she returns to Egypt, and the man she once loved, to see if she can find the answer. Picoult incorporates fascinating details about Egyptology into her novel—the title comes from an ancient Egyptian tome of the same name—bringing history and a universal connection into the story. The Book of Two Ways is a provocative exploration into monumental questions: about the life we are living, who we want to be with when we die, and whether it’s possible—and acceptable—to change our mind, return to the trailhead, and go another way. —Seira Wilson

THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS

BY JODI PICOULT‧ RELEASE DATE: SEP. 22, 2020 

What number of us have thought back on a choice that transformed us and pondered: imagine a scenario in which we had settled on an alternate decision. Picoult’s epic The Book of Two Ways dives into this very inquiry and the outcome is unbelievably intriguing. 

Dawn Edelstein was before a youthful graduate understudy taking a shot at a dive in Egypt, in adoration with an individual Egyptologist, and getting nearer and nearer to demonstrating a revolutionary new  hypothesis about old Egyptians’ entombment ceremonies for the way to existence in the wake of death. At that point a call from home made a huge difference. 

After fifteen years, Dawn is hitched, with a high school girl, and working in Boston as a passing doula, helping the perishing get ready to leave this world in the most ideal manner conceivable. At the point when Dawn has a brush with death she is stood up to with the subject of whether easy street she has could have been an incredible one. 

Dawn doesn’t just ponder the question—she returns to Egypt, and the man she once loved, to see if she can find the answer. Picoult incorporates fascinating details about Egyptology into her novel—the title comes from an ancient Egyptian tome of the same name—bringing history and a universal connection into the story. The Book of Two Ways is a provocative exploration into monumental questions: about the life we are living, who we want to be with when we die, and whether it’s possible—and acceptable—to change our mind, return to the trailhead, and go another way. —Seira Wilson

Published Date: Sep 22 , 2020

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: 432

Distributer: Ballantine

Survey Posted Online: July 1, 2020

Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 15, 2020

Classes: GENERAL FICTION

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