Author Paul Goldberg is taking on something familiar, and turns it upside down in his novel "The Chateau." The book captures a setting that becomes a microcosm of today's current political landscape. Goldberg explains what he hopes readers takeaway. "What I wanted to do was look at a corrupt governmental system, a structure that is resistant to any sort of transparency and that is a condo board in Florida," says Goldberg. "What I want to show is how divided we are as a country right now." Goldberg explores these divisions within a fictional Russian family based in Florida, set one week before President Trump's inauguration.

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