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Re: About the Book & Author

Hi, everyone! I was hoping that it was okay to ask a question here about Nineteen Minutes; I am somewhat new to the boards and am still finding my way around.

 

My question was about the notes in between the sections of the book. The ones like the one that started: "by the time you read this, I hope to be dead."

 

My friends and I were wondering, were these written by Josie, or Peter? Or is it still a mystery?

 

Thank you for helping me with this. I have to say that though I did cry during this book, I loved it (as I do with most of the Jodi Picoult books I have read). 

 

~Cassie

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