Playing the Genetic Lottery

By Terri Morgan
Binding:Kindle Edition
Publisher:Silverdarts Press, (11/13/2011)

Average Rating:
5.00 out of 5 (1 Clubie's ratings)

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Caitlin is happily married to her best friend, has two healthy children, and enjoys a rewarding career and the love and support of her extended family. Her seemingly great life is marred by an obsessive fear that Caitlin can't shake. Having grown up with two schizophrenic parents, she is terrified with what may be in her DNA, and haunted with the knowledge she may have passed the genes to the disease that robbed her parents of their sanity down to her children.
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TerriReads's thoughts on "Playing the Genetic Lottery"
updated on:9/11/2012

Okay, I'm biased because this is my novel. However, my book club selected it to read (I didn't even ask them to) and they loved it. It's a original, one-of-a-kind story about a strong and resilient 32-year-old wife and mother who grew up with two schizophrenic parents. Yes, mental illness is a serious subject, but the novel is also hopeful, helpful, and, in parts, humorous. And yes, it generates good book club discussions.


"Playing the Genetic Lottery"
By Terri Morgan

Average Rating:
5.00 out of 5 (1 Clubie's ratings)

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