It’s the day before Thanksgiving. So, for the Readers Review this month Diane chose a novel centering on a family gathering. It’s set in an old, New England farmhouse and explores the ways we project our visions of the perfect holiday on each other.

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  • Kyoko Mori Associate professor of creative writing, George Mason University
  • Lisa Page freelance writer who teaches creative writing at George Washington University.
  • Ron Charles fiction editor at The Washington Post

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