I've had this one on my list for a couple of years now and it finally worked out to read it. Like Picoult's other books, this was a quick and enjoyable read, but it also makes you think. Even though everyone's probably already read this book, the basic storyline is about a family who has a seriously troubled son, a daughter with leukemia, and a second daughter who was genetically designed to be able to supply the first daughter with cord blood.
In the end I liked everyone in the book except the mother. But really, what's a mother to do when she has the opportunity to keep a daughter alive? I think a lot of mothers in this situation sacrifice their other children in their efforts to support the sick/disabled child. It's a hard situation.
I didn't quite like the ending, but it certainly wasn't a bad ending. The book is mind candy in a way, but it makes you think.