Keeping Faith

Written by:
Jodi Picoult
Narrated by:
Julia Gibson , Eliza Foss

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
July 2007
19 hours 1 minute
Author Jodi Picoult’s engrossing novels are a permanent fixture on the New York Times bestseller list. Critics consistently praise Picoult’s ability to masterfully capture the complex dynamics of the most sophisticated human relationships.

Years ago, Mariah attempted suicide after discovering her husband Colin’s infidelity. When she stumbles upon Colin actively involved in his second affair, she files for divorce and retains custody of their seven-year-old daughter Faith. But soon, Faith starts talking to an imaginary
friend who may be God—and Faith insists God is a woman. The media attention escalates when Faith begins experiencing stigmata, compelling Colin to sue for custody. Before her life falls completely apart, Mariah must fight for her daughter.

Full of riveting plot twists and charged with swirling emotions, Keeping Faith is an unforgettable tale of one woman’s discovery of the strong, confident, brave person she always had within.

“Picoult gets better and better with each book … this is an entrancing novel. Highly recommended.”—Library Journal
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Christina B

Such a great, emotional, and thought provoking novel. Highly recommend! !

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Natasha L.

This was the first book of Jodi Picoult's that I ever read...years ago. I loved it and it's the book that started my obsession with Jodi favorite author now. When I signed up for audiobook I thought, what the heck, I'm gonna "read/listen" again. The book itself was great. I'm not a religious person (agnostic) so it was really interesting to learn some new things about religion. The funny thing is that I liked it better when I read it rather than listening to it. I could not stand the narration. From the very beginning the narrator was so dramatic and whiny and the characters were annoying because of it...did not feel that way at all the first time I read it. There were two narrators, eventually. Every time the second narrator spoke I could deal, but then the first (and I don't know who's who as far as names) one came back and it was like nails on a chalkboard. But, I listened to it all anyways. It didn't ruin the book for me, but it came close, and it did make me realize that a narrator can make or break a book!

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