On the day her father died, seven-year-old Zoe Baxter buried her precious doll, Sweet Cindy, in her neighbor's yard. This symbolic act by a young girl proves particularly poignant in Jodi Picoult's latest novel, SING YOU HOME.
"Every life has a soundtrack. All you have to do is listen." Thus begins the telling of Zoe's story. At age 41, Zoe works as a music therapist sharing her gift of song with the less fortunate residents of local hospitals, schools and senior centers. She lives by the credo that music is the language of memory, which is particularly ironic since her own past will soon collide with her present in ways she never would have expect