>Library Loot April 20th, 2011

> Library Loot is a weekly event co hosted byMarg from Adventures of an Intrepid Reader and Claire from the Captive Reader that encourages bloggers to show what great books they were able to check out from their local libraries. I love this event because I see books that I know are readily available now not something I will have to wait weeks for to come out.

My bookbag was a little light as I left the library this week. For one thing, I have way too many checked out now that I need to catch up on. And, I have quite a few reserved that just haven’t come in yet. So without further adieu…

Doctors took her cells without asking. Those cells never died. They launched a medical revolution and a multi-million dollar industry. More than twenty years later, her children found out. Their lives would never be the same.

I have thought about checking this book out for quite some time. I read enough non-fiction that I didn’t know if I wanted to add another one or not. But this story has so many legal, ethical & moral questions that just beg to be explored I had to give it a shot.

So, that’s it! That’s the only book I came home with this week. You might scoff at my wimpy Library Loot week but I was actually quite proud of my restraint!

Have a good week all, and keep those pages turning!


8 responses to “>Library Loot April 20th, 2011

  1. >I have heard the name before, sounds like an intriguing story

  2. >I'm seeing this book everywhere. I do want to read it. But my library pile is sky high right now. I have to read a few more before I start requesting more books! Enjoy!

  3. >I've heard nothing but praise for this one from both reviewers and other bloggers. Enjoy!

  4. >This book looks SO good. I love having library access but I usually check out only one book at a time! and one audio, at a time. (which reminds me that I need to go reserve something!)

  5. >Such a fabulous book choice Angie! I loved that one – so much wonderful information and what a story!

  6. >we seem to have such similar book tastes Sheila!

  7. >I've read that one — it was interesting and also the writing made it really flow.Our book club considered it, but the wait at the library is still really long.

  8. >Hi Angie,I've considered picking this book up from my library a couple of times. I look forward to your thoughts.

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