Book Review: The Signature of All Things, by Elizabeth Gilbert

Set in early 19th-century Europe and America when science was quickly gaining popularity for making better sense than religion when it came to explaining the language of the universe, the novel -- Gilbert's second in 13 years -- traces the rich life of Alma Whittaker, the only daughter of a passionate botanical explorer and his very rational Dutch wife.

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