The novel “Handle with Care” was published in 2009 by the bestselling author Jodi Picoult. This novel explores the topic of medical ethics and the extent to which a mother will go to, for her child. In the story, Charlotte, a mother, struggles desperately to save her daughter Willow, who suffers from Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), a genetic disease that causes bones to break at the slightest pressure.

The movel examines the knotty tangle of medical ethics and personal morality in the case of a disabled child and her mother’s attempt to provide the best possible care for her, no matter the cost.

Picoult’s writing style is engaging and powerful at the same time. Her research into her subject is highly detailed and thorough. She weaves the story around a central theme of medical ethics and a mother’s unwavering love for her daughter. Throughout the book, the author explores the complex moral and ethical issues surrounding the medical treatment of children with life-threatening illnesses. She explores different perspectives on this issue through the characters, which adds both thought-provoking and emotional depth to the story, and leaves you asking yourself, how far would you go, if you were in Charlotte’s position.

One of the things that I appreciated about this book was the way the author has depicted the characters. Each of the characters in the book has their own unique personality and perspective, and this makes them come alive on the pages. Charlotte, the mother, is depicted as a strong, stubborn, but flawed woman who will stop at nothing to save her daughter. Her love for Willow is evident in every page of the book, but so is her single-mindedness, that results in her losing everything she holds dear. On the other hand, Sean, Charlotte’s husband, is depicted as a man who is torn between his love for his wife and doing what he thinks is best for his daughter, even if it means tearing the family apart.

The legal battle that unfolds between Charlotte and her OB-GYN, who is coincidentally her best friend, is both emotionally charged and thought-provoking. The author has done an excellent job of exploring the legal and ethical issues surrounding foetuses with life-threatening illnesses.

In addition to the central theme of medical ethics, the book also explores the themes of family relationships and the power of love. The relationships between the characters in the book are complex and nuanced, and the author does an excellent job of exploring the different dynamics that exist between family members. The power of love is also evident in the way Charlotte is willing to go to any lengths to save her daughter, even if it means destroying the very family that she loves.

Picoult has done an excellent job of weaving together a complex and thought-provoking story that is both engaging and emotional. The characters in the book are well-developed and rounded, and the legal battle that unfolds is both emotionally charged and thought-provoking. If you are looking for a novel that you won’t be able to put down until the very end, then this is it. Happy reading!