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Review of ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’


Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is a witty and thought-provoking read that explores the ups and downs of life with equal parts honesty and humor, sweetness, and suspense.

Weekly Reading List #90


Can’t decide what to read next? Check out these titles, the latest by Cassandra Clare, a book of the month winner where monsters are real and the mystical realm lives in the shadows of the real, and a debut novel about love and homelessness and see if one of these tickle your fancy.

Weekly Reading List #27


Happy Holidays to everyone! I hope that everyone had a wonderful Holiday weekend and have plans for a wonderful New Years. But if you’re like me and like to curl up with a good book, the problem is always, which book? So here are some ideas for all you fellow bookworms to cozy up to. Happy Holidays!

A New Realm of Exploration | Review of ‘After Alice’


Gregory Maguire is known for his retellings within the narrative world and for this novel he has tapped into the writing style of Lewis Carroll. For anyone who has ever read the original tale of Alice in Wonderland will see the resemblance in writing styles and how Maguire was able to tap into his technique of writing and tell this tale of Alice’s friend Ada who is briefly mentioned in the original.

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.