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The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson


Camille and Caleb Fang are performance artists and that is their life. Even their children, Annie and Buster (known as Child A and Child B in the art world), play second fiddle to their work while being reluctantly cast as stars in the performances. The Family Fang is told in the alternating voices of the children when they return home to live with their parents after finding their own adult lives a mess. When Camille and Caleb disappear the children attempt to locate them, though with skepticism, because they can't help wondering if this isn't yet another fabulous show that they've once again been unwittingly cast into. Bizarre, yet funny in a very subtle way, this story of family will amuse and spark thoughtful discussion.

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