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The Impostor's Daughter by Laurie Sandell
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Oct 14, 09

bookshelves: adult, biographical, graphic-memoir, nonfic, psychological
Read in October, 2009

My favorite of the three adult graphic novels I read this weekend (the others were Stitches and Asterios Polyp. Fun, fascinating self-discovery/parental discovery story about a girl who grew up with a con man for a dad. Goes into depth about how her trauma from that affected her relationship with a screenwriter from LA. Colorful illustrations, including some real life drawings she did as a little girl. Awesome book for 20somethings.

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