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Art TaylorA number of ambitious and winning novels have been written about novelists themselves, from Margaret Atwood's The Blind Assassin to Ian McEwan's Atonement and Carol Shields's Unless. Add to the list now D.C. author Carolyn Parkhurst's The Nobodies Album. Not just a book about a novelist in action, it's also a meditation on writing itself and on the curious intersections between the imagined world and the real one.
—The Washington Post