Egg Dancing

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Bloomsbury, 2006 - 281 pages
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When a gynecologist and his wife experiment with fertility, they produce an unusual son who at four communicates telepathically with his crazy grandmother. Then there is the wife's groupie sister who follows a seductive televangelist. For anyone who ever thought they were sane and that doctors and psychiatrists should be locked up, here is an utterly offbeat story about the perfect dysfunctional family.

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