The Family Fang

Kevin Wilson's breezy novel concerns itself with the lives of performance artists and their grown offspring. Creative calamaties force the family to reunite, and Wilson adroitly details their squabbles and quirky bonding. Perfect for those who enjoy the off-beat output and dark themes of filmmakers Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach. —Evan Tokarz, CL contributor

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