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Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult
In Sing You Home, Max and Zoe Baxter's marriage collapses under the strain of infertility, leaving behind three frozen embryos from in-vitro fertilization attempts. Zoe's life leads in a new direction, an attraction to a woman named Vanessa and a faux marriage in a bowling alley. Max turns to drink and moves in with his religious brother and his wife. Eventually, he comes under the influence of an ultraconservative preacher. Zoe wants to pursue starting a family with Vanessa, so she asks Max for his consent to use the frozen embryos. Spurred on by his new pastor, Max sues Zoe to have the embryos given to his brother and his wife instead. Jodi Picoult's novel has received positive reviews with BookReporter.com saying, "Regardless of where you stand on the issue of same-sex marriage and the ability of these couples to raise children, you cannot help but be compelled by the desires of Zoe, Max and Vanessa. The court case and its outcome is continuously unpredictable and will have readers glued to their chairs right up to the startling conclusion."