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Abdi Nazemian is the screenwriter of The Quiet, Celeste in the City, Beautiful Girl, and the short film Revolution, which he also directed. He is an alumnus of the Sundance Writer’s Lab, a mentor at the Outfest Screenwriter’s Lab, and has taught screenwriting at UCLA Extension. He lives in Los Angeles with his two children, and his dog Hedy Lamarr. The Walk-In Closet is his first novel.
Kara is turning 30. She is Bobby's beard and in comes a mysterious stranger. Wigs fly and the truth comes out. A light read that's fun.Published 3 months ago by Armando
Someone recommended The Walk-in Closet and I was so happy she did. I flew through it. It's one of those books you blow off plans with friends to finish. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Craig B
This was such a fun, fast read. I couldn't put it down! I feel like I know these people. Beyond the humor and surprising turns, there's also plenty of depth and Nazemian's deeper... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sanam
FANTASTIC!! I absolutely LOVED so many things about this book! First and foremost - it was an easy, enjoyable read that held my interest and made me smile. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Thomas
I loved 'The Walk-In Closet' and think you will too. There's great joy to be found in its truly funny, knowing and compassionate portrayals of Bobby, Kara, and the cast of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by James Teel
The book is an easy and fun read, while it touches and explores some very serious issues within many Iranian-American families. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Shabnam Kimia
Absolutely engrossing from start to finish, with its sharp but knowing satire of a culture the author clearly knows well and its poignant but always witty study of a relationship... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Susanna Fogel
I started this book in June, thinking—correctly—that it would make a great beach read. And there are elements of this: spot-on descriptions of sumptuous consumption, terrific... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Erin M Lanahan
I was hooked on "The Walk-In Closet" from beginning to end. The characters, the plot twists, the insight into the Iranian-American (or Persian) communities - it all... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barbara W.