Has anyone read "Kinship: Belonging in a World of Relations"?

Just curious if anyone has read these and what your take on them is/was. It’s a 5 volume set from the Center for Humans and Nature, you can read about it here: Kinship | Center for Humans and Nature

I’ve already ordered it from a local-ish bookstore, but looking to get some feedback prior to digging in.

No, but I certainly need to read the whole series! Looks like some good stuff to get into my head.

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