BOOK REVIEW: No Stone Unturned
by Nadean Stone
ABOUT THE BOOK (from Amazon):
Between 1945 and 1973, about 350,000 unmarried Canadian mothers were coerced or forced into giving their babies up for adoption. Many babies, like Nadean Stone, were illegally given away, like a puppy at the pound, for a nominal donation to the church.
No Stone Unturned follows debut author Nadean Stone’s 44-year search for her birth mother utilizing DNA technology and innovative detective skills.
Fans of Inheritance by Dani Shapiro, The Lost Child of Philomena Lee by Martin Sixsmith, A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley which became the movie Lion, will love No Stone Unturned!
Told with humor and suspense, No Stone Unturned is an inspiring memoir of courage and perseverance, proving miraculous and happy endings can be achieved when we never give up!
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I was a given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Here it is…
The author reached out to me a few months ago. I did an interview with her that you can read here.
Nadean Stone has a truly amazing story! Adopted (without any paperwork) at birth, Nadean’s life has been anything but mundane. Her memoir keeps you on the edge of your seat as she navigates adoption, the loss of a parent (essentially the loss of both parents), a turbulent divorce, cancer, and ultimately the search for her birth parents.
Nadean’s journey is touching. Well worth the read!