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The New York Times Book ReviewBreasts is less a primer on anatomy than a catalog of environmental devastation akin to Rachel Carson's 1962 classic Silent Spring, which detailed the impact of industrial chemicals…on animal life. But Williams, who cites Carson as an inspiration, has written a far scarier book. Carson examined birds and fish. Williams looks at us…Where lesser writers might gag or flee, Williams homes in, leavening her bleak overall message with macabre asides.
—M. G. Lord