"Research suggests that reading [ ] fiction is an effective way to enhance the brain’s ability to keep an open mind while processing information." (Harvard Business Review)
With Roe v. Wade under attack as it is, open-minded information processing is especially important now. #poweroffiction
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Listen to the discussion about THE AGE OF THE CHILD on CT Public's The Colin McEnroe Show. What readers/reviewers have said about The Age of the Child:
"What makes The Age of the Child stand out is Tsetsi’s illumination of how the fictional pro-life movement in the book ultimately causes a complete devaluing of life through its stance." Readers' Favorite
"[Other novels] have opened the dystopian genre to questions about reproduction; however, The Age of the Child is one of the first I've read to really consider the issue of reproductive rights and attitudes so deeply." Goodreads Review "This novel is for right now." Casualties author Elizabeth Marro
"We see the natural consequence of forcing children to be born into families that neither want them nor are prepared for them. Scathing social commentary." Goodreads review
"The narrative is so engaging because it is so unsettling. Tsetsi tells a story that will keep you reading and wondering late into the night." James C. Moore, political commentator and co-author of the NYT best-selling Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential
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