Search this Site
powered by FreeFind
Search other book
review web sites

ReviewsOfBooks.com


Your one stop for finding multiple professional reviews of recently released books.

The Family Tree by Carole Cadwalladr

At the center of The Family Tree is Rebecca Monroe, who is doing her doctoral thesis on pop culture of the 1970s and its effect on women's lives. She follows her own family history back to the 1940s and 1970s to illustrate her points. She's married to a behavioral geneticist who believes human actions are determined by their genes. As Rebecca tells the story of her family, moving backward and forward in time, her husband convinces her to be part of one his gene studies. This examination of family history in combination with her genetic past uncovers family secrets that begins to put Rebecca's life in perspective. Carole Cadwalladr's novel has received mostly positive reviews with BookPage saying, "The Family Tree is that rare book: a compelling and funny tale with underlying themes that will haunt the reader long after the cover is closed."
Buy The Family Tree by Carole Cadwalladr
New York Times review by Patricia T. O'Conner

Boston Globe review by Karen Campbell

BookPage review by Emily Zibart

San Francisco Chronicle review by Summer Block

The Observer review by Flora Hood

The Telegraph review by Julia Flynn

The Telegraph review by Phil Baker

Carole Cadwalladr
Paperback
Buy from the UK Buy from Canada
Buy from France Buy from Germany
[click book cover for amazon.com page for The Family Tree]
[click "Buy from the UK" for amazon.co.uk page for The Family Tree]

Buy amazon.com gift card