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Tag: Contemporary Fiction

Review of ‘What Kind of Girl’

An engaging, thought-provoking and compelling about two girls standing up in the face of the abuse the world has thrown their way.


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Weekly Reading List #18

Another week another reading list. Here’ s what I intend to read, what about you? Any suggestions? Don’t know what to read next? Well look no further, see if what I’ve got tickles your fancy.

954 MAG (February 2015 Issue)

954 Nation’s newest online magazine features book reviews and articles relevant to the community and the nation. Read here to see the contents of this issue.

Profoundly Thought Provoking | Review of ‘Lost & Found’

This novel is an emotional journey, not only for the characters but also for the reader as it goes forth to tie together three very different characters, each of which is lost internally to sadness and loss. These characters – Milly, Agatha and Karl – go on a journey to reunite Millie with her struggling mother who abandoned her in a department store. But the journey, filled with bumps in the road and interactions that allow these characters to grow develop and find themselves while they learn that sadness is okay and that living is the best cure in the world for any sort of sadness.

A Tricky Novel | Review of ‘Conversion’ – 954 Nation

A novel that takes two timelines to bring to life the Salem Witch Trials in a modern age as young girls begin to suffer a mysterious illness. Conversion has a brilliant execution and presents a very good plot line. The only downside is the sacrifice Howe makes in regards to character dynamics.