The Family Fang

"The Royal Tenenbaums meets Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf"? Yes please. Or how about: a "revitalizing blast of original thought, robust invention, screwball giddiness"? Ann Patchett called it genius. The Family Fang is Kevin Wilson's first novel. It's about a pair of siblings resolving their problematic childhood as the subject of their parent's performance art. Witty, quirky, smart, fun, charming, wonder-filled... these are the common descriptors for The Family Fang. Sounds great to me.

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