So “Fatherhood” is a book that has a very specific audience in mind, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. A certain special level of empathy is required to truly connect to the story of “Fatherhood,” one that is perhaps not as accessible for those who have not entered into that stage of their life yet, but there's still plenty of recognizable and visceral emotion on play. Chances are you'll find something that connects to you – whether it be based on your relationship with your parents, or perhaps even a certain level of daydreaming. And at the very least, it's a very thought-provoking read contained in 22 visually engrossing pages. Read Full Review
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