Lauren's Reviews > Pretty is What Changes: Tough Choices, the Breast Cancer Gene, and Learning How to Live in the DNA Age

Pretty is What Changes by Jessica Queller
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May 31, 2008

really liked it
Recommended for: anyone who can related to an experience with breast cancer
Read in June, 2008

Although the somewhat simplistic writing style left something to be desired from the critic in me, this autobiographical book about Jessica Queller's struggle with learning she has the "breast cancer gene" and deciding how to proceed is as riveting as if you were reading a novel about your own girlfriend. I especially enjoyed her dating stories, and the intensity brought from the fact that she was single, in her 30s, and wanting to have a family.
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message 1: by Jane (new)

Jane I also enjoyed the book for the same reason if you have someone you know with breast cancer. I feel it really gives women out there hope if they discover they have the gene.


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