The Family Fang

Do you ever take a look around your dinner table and wonder, “Am I being Punk’d?” If so, you’ll be able to easily relate to Annie and Buster Fang, the long suffering children of Camille and Caleb, two performance artists who live to create art from chaos. For reasons not disclosed until the end of the novel, Annic and Buster, known to the world as “Child A” and “Child B” are almost always the centerpiece of their parents’ artistic shenanigans—and it isn’t exactly fun for them—or comfortable for us—to read. But it’s worth it. The book’s primary focus is on … Continue reading The Family Fang