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The Laws of Gravity

by Liz Rosenberg

The Laws of Gravity
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    May 2013, 298 pages
    May 2013, 298 pages

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The Laws of Gravity is a testament to what it means to be a family, what it takes to save a life, and the lengths we will go to protect the ones we love.

Liz Rosenberg's The Laws of Gravity is making BookBrowse readers cry! 20 out of 24 reviewers gave it 4 or 5 stars! Here is what they say about this emotional book that asks its readers to put themselves in the protagonists' challenging shoes:

I recommend you run...not the nearest bookstore to purchase this book. Yes, it is a real tearjerker – but it has an important message. Cord blood is a new, technological advance that many of us are just becoming aware of. What do you do if someone could be saved by it and yet the intent was to save it for your own immediate a just in case? (Colleen L.) The Laws of Gravity is spellbinding (Bobbie D.) If you like Jodi Picoult, this one is definitely for you (Darshell S.)

Many readers were drawn to the complex issues the book explores and could not put it down:

I am drawn to books about complex social issues ...

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