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The Family Tree by Sheri S. Tepper
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Aug 23, 10

bookshelves: fiction, science-fiction
Read in March, 2010

A dissatisfied police officer is taken aback when the weed growing from her neat-freak husband's stoop appears to listen to her when she speaks to it. Shortly thereafter, plants begin reclaiming suburbia--and the excess children contained therein. Meanwhile, geneticists working to give animals larger brains and human language are killed. The novel posits a future in which humans atone for their destruction of the planet and subjugation of its wild creatures until balance is achieved.

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