Over at GreenMushroom1Up, a book blogger pursuing a PhD in the sciences calls Pandora’s DNA writes:
“I found Stark’s voice very touching and honest. She had no problem sharing the fact that she was scared, angry and how her decisions were affecting her personal life. She made wonder of all the things my aunt felt like she couldn’t share in order to “protect” us and it made me see her in a whole different light. I her case, it was unrelated to a genetic mutation, but she also had to deal with treatments and the possibility of losing her breasts. When a book like this manages to make you walk in the author’s shoes I call that a success.”
You can read the rest of the review over on her blog.
Pandora’s DNA Is “Touching and Honest”