“A surrealist memory box of a novel. . . . It is a measure of the book’s success that as I reached the conclusion, I felt considerably more altered by the experience than I often am by novels that travel much further from their beginnings.”
–Kevin Brockmeier, The New York Times Book Review
In her first novel since The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake, Aimee Bender creates a luminous tale of a mother, a daughter, mental illness, and the fluctuating border between the mind and the world.
Book clubs everywhere will be captivated by the lush, lilting prose and will finish reading, ready to discuss! To help with the discussion, we’ve created a book club kit to go along with your reading experience that includes discussion questions, an author interview, and more!
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