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November 7, 2012 11:20 AM

Book review: 'Flight Behavior' takes on climate change and human nature

Set in Appalachian Tennessee, Barbara Kingsolver's new novel, Flight Behavior, examines how the ebb and flow of the natural world plays out against the lives of the people entwined in it. Never one to shy from controversy, Kingsolver takes on the thorny subject of climate change.

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