Any Other Family

There‘s joy to be found in the struggle, and Eleanor Brown‘s novel about an unusual adoptive family is a thoughtful exploration of this truth.

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Review of ‘Any Other Family’

What does it mean to be a family? Why do people adopt children? How does a person choose to be, or not be, a parent? When a novel asks questions such as these, there's often a singular instance or moment that provides an answer, or at the very least, a primary lens through which the…

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