Books: The Impostor’s Daughter


The Impostor’s Daughter by Laurie Sandell

Laurie Sandell’s graphic memoir, The Impostor’s Daughter, just hit bookstores, and even if she wasn’t our good friend, we’d still tell you that it’s our number one pick for a beach read this summer. (By the way, “graphic memoir” = graphic novel-style memoir. The rest of the book is not nearly as dirty as the page we excerpted above. What can we say, we’re smut peddlers.) Anyway, the book chronicles Laurie’s search for the truth about her charming and brilliant con artist father — and how her relationship with him affected everything from her career as a celebrity journalist to her love life. (Paging unavailable men!) It’s hilarious, engrossing, honest, and smart — plus, look at all those pictures! You’ll race through it even if the wind is blowing sand in your face.

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  1. I picked The Impostor’s Daughter up and read it in one shot. It’s really engrossing, and hilarious in parts. I’m not a big graphic novel person, but the format really worked for me. I highly, highly recommend it.

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