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“Itâ€s a book everyone should read and thereâ€s no one who wouldnâ€t be a more

imaginative and understanding parent—or human being—for having done so.― (Julie Myerson

The New York Times Book Review)“Solomon is a storyteller of great intimacy and ease…He

approaches each familyâ€s story thoughtfully, respectfully…Bringing together their voices,

Solomon creates something of enduring warmth and beauty: a quilt, a choir.― (Kate Tuttle The

Boston Globe)“Solomonâ€s first chapter, entitled ‘Son,†is as masterly a piece of

writing as Iâ€ve come across all year. It combines his own story with a taut and elegant précis

of this bookâ€s arguments. It is required reading…This is a book that shoots arrow after arrow

into your heart.― (Dwight Garner The New York Times)“A brave, beautiful book that will

expand your humanity.― (Anne Leslie PEOPLE)“[Far from the Tree] is a masterpiece of nonfiction,

the culmination of a decadeâ€s worth of research and writing, and it should be required

reading for psychologists, teachers, and above all, parents…A bold and unambiguous call to

redefine how we view difference…A stunning work of scholarship and compassion.― (Carmela

Ciuraru USA Today)“Deeply moving…― (Lisa Zeidner The Washington Post)“A book of

extraordinary ambition…Part journalist, part psychology researcher, part sympathetic listener,

Solomonâ€s true talent is a geographic one: he maps the strange terrain of the human struggle

that is parenting.― (Brook Wilensky-Lanford The San Francisco

Cronicle)“Monumental…Solomon has an extraordinary gift for finding his way into the

relatively hermetic communities that form around conditions…and gaining the confidence of the

natives.― (Lev Grossman TIME)“Masterfully written and brilliantly researched…Far from the

Tree stands apart from the countless memoirs and manuals about special needs parenting

published in the last couple of decades.― (Tina Calabro Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)“A careful,

subtle, and surprising book.― (Nathan Heller The New Yorker) Read more Andrew Solomon is a

professor of psychology at Columbia University, president of PEN American Center, and a regular

contributor to The New Yorker, NPR, and The New York Times Magazine. A lecturer and activist,

he is the author of Far and Away: Essays from the Brink of Change: Seven Continents, Twenty-

Five Years; the National Book Critics Circle Award-winner Far from the Tree: Parents, Children,

and the Search for Identity, which has won thirty additional national awards; and The Noonday

Demon; An Atlas of Depression, which won the 2001 National Book Award, was a finalist for the

Pulitzer Prize, and has been published in twenty-four languages. He has also written a novel, A

Stone Boat, which was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times First Fiction Award and The Irony

Tower: Soviet Artists in a Time of Glasnost. His TED talks have been viewed over ten million


times. He lives in New York and London and is a dual national. For more information, visit the

authorâ€s website at AndrewSolomon.com. Read more

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