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The Impostor's Daughter by Laurie Sandell
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Nov 09, 2010

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Read in November, 2010

reads like a misery memoir without a whole lot of misery. Sandell's basic problem is that her father is indeed more interesting than she is, so once the focus moves away from her childhood, there wasn't much to keep me invested. the art also seemed like a missed opportunity - nice use of perspective to make psychological points, but mostly the style is carefully straight down the middle of the road.

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