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Review Source: Publishers Weekly
Review Date: 6 June 2011
Review Content:A probing biological memoir... Refreshing [and] wonderfully poetic.
Very interesting book, I have had my 23andme done after reading this book and hope to have even more detailed DNA tests done.Published 10 months ago by Anastasia
Clear and easily understood writing as the author confronts her genetic heritage and looks at the possibilities opening up to us in the area of knowing who we are by our genes.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Well-written, combining a personal "detective" story with professional knowledge of one of our times' biggest conundrums: Understanding our unique genes' impact on every... Read morePublished 21 months ago by VonRP
If you have never thought about having your genome done, this book will open your eyes in so many ways. This was a book club selection--I never would have picked it up on my own. Read morePublished on October 6, 2013 by Gerry M.
An enjoyable story of a women exploring her own genome. The book skillfully gets across the importance of this new field. However, it does suffer from a few clumsy phrases. Read morePublished on April 26, 2013 by DD