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Meghan DaumWe are here and then suddenly we are there, and the confusion parallels the interior lives of the characters. Casey's hand is steady, and there's never any doubt that she's in control. Though Genealogy lacks the freewheeling, raconteurish pleasures of the author's earlier work, it's ambitious and deserves no small amount of praise. Granted, it's also a murky soup. But then so are families. And Casey's refusal to spoon-feed a narrative to her readers reveals a courage that's all too rare in these linear, literal times.
— The New York Times