The Angry Doodler reviews Private Citizens by Tony Tulathimutte

Siolo Thompson

January 30, 2017

Books in this review:
  • Private Citizens
    by Tony Tulathimutte
    William Morrow Paperbacks
    February 08, 2016
    384 pages
    Provided by publisher
    Buy on IndieBound

About the writer

Siolo Thompson is a Seattle-based illustrator and writer. Her spirit animal is the manatee.

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