Liza Palmer’s The Nobodiesis the hilariously satirical and heartfelt story of a 30-something journalist whose journalism career becomes stagnant, forcing her to start over as a copyright at a trendy LA tech company.
Thank you so much to Flatiron Books for sending me an advanced copy of this wonderful novel.
Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is the subtly hilarious story of a woman’s attempt to recreate herself and improve her life. Eleanor Oliphant’s life has been hard. She was separated from her mother at an early age and grew up in foster care. While she’s always had ahome to live in and food to eat, her emotional needs have never been met – not in the entire 30 years of her life. So, for Eleanor, being alone and having no friends was completely fine, as long as she had dinners for one and a social housing roof over her head.