I finished Sing Me Home over the weekend. I liked it, but not as much as I have liked some of Picoult's other books. It was appropriately topical as usual, dealing with same-sex marriage and adoptions, as well as the über religious reaction to both. I really liked Zoe and Vanessa who are both involved in education in some form and I know people like them. They were well-developed, but some of Zoe's decisions or mistakes seemed too contrived, or possibly just unfathomable to me. That is what is great about reading: each reader brings a different outlook and interprets events and characters differently.
On a side note, I e-mailed Phobe Stone after finishing The Romeo and Juliet Code the other day. She was gracious enough to write back...as if I were not already a big (or shortish), new fan, now I will sing her praises FOREVER!