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    The juggler's children

    Detailed but confusing. Hard to separate which family grandfather the author was talking about. Possibly greater appeal to someone with a scientific background. Still insights on several occasions were interesting: Elizabeth Barrett Browning; the sub groups and categorizing of blacks in Jamaica; Kohanim group and their relation to the Brahims . There are others
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    The Jugglers Children

    A stunning read. Rich in detail, easily read. A detective page turner...and true
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    Accessible and Interesting

    I don't read a lot of non-fiction, but this was an engaging investigation into one woman's family history. Abraham's writing style is compelling and the science is accessible. I learned a lot about genetics, but it wasn't dry. A very interesting look into globalization and colonization and how it affects a modern family.
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