CAROLYN ABRAHAM is the author of Possessing Genius: The Bizarre Odyssey of Einstein’s Brain, which was a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-fiction. The long-time senior medical-science writer for the Globe and Mail, she is a four-time winner of the Canadian Science Writers’ Association’s annual award for her medical reporting and winner of two National Newspaper Awards. She lives with her family in Toronto.
VERY interesting. I found it very readable, and I'm inspired to check out my own DNA to find my ancestry.Published 4 months ago by Penny Wallace
I got pulled into the story from chapter 1...deeply satisfying and refreshing writing style. i had to refer back to the two family trees in the front two pages to keep up ... Read morePublished 9 months ago by astro scientist
Page turning interesting well-written thought provoking best read in a decade. I loved loved loved this book. Would recommend it to absolutely anybody and everybody.Published 11 months ago by Eager Reader
I couldn't put this book down -- something you wouldn't expect from this type of book. I kept wondering what she was going to find out next. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Eleanor Brown
Great and interesting informative read. We are very much into our family history, hence the reason for purchasing this book.Published 15 months ago by Catherine Roskrow
A family story that is full of warmth and humour. It is wisely written and scientifically sound. I love it and would highly recommend.Published 16 months ago by ggzeng