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Twisted, quirky, hilarious and tinged with unspeakable sadness. No, I’m not talking about a Wes Anderson film, but Kevin Wilson’s novel definitely calls to mind the qualities of Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums. The story of a dysfunctional family intent on performance art weaves in and out of the past, revealing the lasting impact of parents who are far less grounded in reality than their children. There is great pain in such a dynamic, but nevertheless, I found I couldn’t stop smiling through most of the book. A wonderful treasure for escapism seekers.
posted Jan 16, 2013 at 2:08PM
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