Keeping Faith - Jodi Picoult

Keeping Faith

By Jodi Picoult

  • Release Date: 2009-10-06
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
From 545 Ratings


“A triumph. This novel’s haunting strength will hold the reader until the very end and make Faith and her story impossible to forget.”
—Richmond Times Dispatch

—Orlando Sentinel

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult (Nineteen Minutes, Change of Heart, Handle with Care) comes Keeping Faith: an “addictively readable” (Entertainment Weekly) novel that “makes you wonder about God. And that is a rare moment, indeed, in modern fiction” (USA Today).


  • So Good!

    By Hannah44 jonas
    i really enjoyed this book! as i do usually for Jodi’s books. love her. no spoilers (i’m the biggest advocate for that), but i felt all range of emotions while reading this book! anger, happiness, relief, wanting revenge for characters. not many books do that for me. i recommend this book for sure!
  • Keeping Faith

    By Tykesma
    I thought I had read all of Jody Picoult’s books. However, Keeping Faith had somehow alluded me. I couldn’t put it down. The interesting characters and plot had me reading until my eyes gave out.
  • Loved it!!

    By Skippinthrulife1976
    This is one of those books I never wanted to end. I've never read anything like it. Ms. Picoult out did herself on this book. Bravo!
  • Excellent book

    By Leslieleo
    I really enjoyed this book!
  • I believe in Picoult.

    By Bull3343
    After stumbling across 2 or 3 Picoult books over the past 10 years and remembering enjoying them, it was easy for me to take the recommendation to read The Storyteller. That book caused me to download 19 other Picoult novels. I have read 4 of those to date and don't intend to stop until I've read them all. Keeping Faith is the first book I've ever written a review for. It's not necessarily Picoults best book but in my opinion it is the best description of pthe human relationship with The mysterious spark of life that I have ever encountered.
  • keeping Faith

    By jimsandy
    I enjoyed this book very much. I believed how the girl had "forgotten" what had happened. her religion was so strict that she could not think outside of that "world". I enjoyed the look of this girl, I liked her, I could see her because Jodi writes her characters so vividly. The end made sense to me, we take care of those we love. I would recommend this book.
  • Great Read.

    By Greta12865
    This book was almost impossible to put down, It certainly makes you look deeply at your long held ideas of what God is. Excellent book, enjoy!
  • Love!!!!!

    By VandryK
    First off, read the preface. Second off, this woman is a genius. This book grasps and holds and strangles your attention for hours!
  • Avid picoult reader

    By Chase920
    I love Jodi's books and lately have stuck to just getting through hers. I have read and skipped from older to newer and been able to figure out the twists at the end pretty early on in the stories but this book had me stumped even after I had finished. My friend got me into her books and after referring back to her even she decided to reread it because she didn't have clarity. Only a good book can do this to me. I'm still reeling.
  • I'm interviewing my baby-sitter

    By I<3fang
    I liked it it was a very good book it wasn't really sad ( sad dish not worth crying over) I would recommend to people who want something different it is about FAITH HERE IS ENDING DO NoT ReAD IF NOT FiNISHED!! The grandma had a heart attack but faith cured her it was a miracle then everyone believed that she was a child of God all the character names are Faith Ann fletcher Jon Kandace Sarah Lorraine Angel Andrew Christies Larissa Angelica maximum ride + fang = faxness