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#FridayReads I Smile Back

Amy Koppelman's novel I Smile Back

What better way to get mentally prepared for some quality family time this holiday season than with the afflicted, dysfunctional mother of Amy Koppelman's searing second novel, I Smile Back.

The novel was made into a film starring Sarah Silverman, which came out this winter. For her explosive dramatic turn, Silverman is up for a Screen Actor's Guild Award for best actress.

Posted by Eliza Wood on 18 December, 2015 0 comments
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