26a: A Novel

26a: A Novel by Diana Evans is the most powerful book I've read this year. Reading this story about being a twin and then becoming a lone twin is taking part in an inevitable sadness that you know is coming. Nothing about this book feels forced or manipulated. Evans is a writer to watch.

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