The novel, set largely in Chicago, involves a set of siblings in a mish-mash of a contemporary family rendered with both intimacy and scope. The characters feel familiar, like friends a reader has known for ages.
A teacher at the Art Institute of Chicago, Anshaw is the author of four well-reviewed novels. Her new one, though, is likely to find a broad audience of readers.
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