Reading ➷ Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine Author Gail Honeyman –

Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine No One S Ever Told Eleanor That Life Should Be Better Than FineMeet Eleanor Oliphant She Struggles With Appropriate Social Skills And Tends To Say Exactly What She S Thinking Nothing Is Missing In Her Carefully Timetabled Life Of Avoiding Unnecessary Human Contact, Where Weekends Are Punctuated By Frozen Pizza, Vodka, And Phone Chats With Mummy But Everything Changes When Eleanor Meets Raymond, The Bumbling And Deeply Unhygienic IT Guy From Her Office When She And Raymond Together Save Sammy, An Elderly Gentleman Who Has Fallen, The Three Rescue One Another From The Lives Of Isolation That They Had Been Living Ultimately, It Is Raymond S Big Heart That Will Help Eleanor Find The Way To Repair Her Own Profoundly Damaged One If She Does, She Ll Learn That She, Too, Is Capable Of Finding Friendship And Even Love After AllSmart, Warm, Uplifting, Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine Is The Story Of An Out Of The Ordinary Heroine Whose Deadpan Weirdness And Unconscious Wit Make For An Irresistible Journey As She Realizes The Only Way To Survive Is To Open Your Heart

10 thoughts on “Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

  1. says:

    My reviews can also be seen at THE STARS I won an advanced copy of this book through a Goodreads giveaway Thank you To be honest, I m not sure if this book would have been on my radar if I hadn t won it Although the great reviews may have pulled me in At any rate, I am so happy I read it.I LOV

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    5 Stars Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine but after finishing this novel, I am not I was completely unprepared for the life of Eleanor Oliphant and that of her Mummy To be frank, I was ill equipped to deal with it, much like Eleanor And it wrecked me At thirty years old, Eleanor Oliphant is alone in t

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    Eleanor Oliphant is completely 100% fine She goes to her office job five days a week and then treats herself to a frozen pizza and a bottle of vodka on a weekend She lives alone and doesn t have any friends, but that s okay She s doing real well, thank you very much Except maybe she isn t Eleanor Oliphant is Comp

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    No No No No No No.All apologies to my lovely Goodreads friends who have liked or loved this book, but it s not for me And it s sad because I wanted it, I waited for it, and I was finally able to start it It s Mother s Day, and my family handed me bath salts and my new book and told me to go for it They know I m just crazy

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    If someone asks you how you are, you are meant to say FINE You are not meant to say that you cried yourself to sleep last night because you hadn t spoken to another person for two consecutive days FINE is what you say. Ohhh, I could not wish for aperfect book.Eleanor Oliphant is an office manager at a company She s worked there for

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    4.5 What an incredible storyThese days, loneliness is the new cancer a shameful, embarrassing thing, brought upon yourself in some obscure way A fearful, incurable thing, so horrifying that you dare not mention it other people don t want to hear the word spoken aloud for fear that they might too be afflicted Eleanor s story hit me so much har

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    As you can deduce from the title, Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine Or, so she thinks But, by most people s standards, I d say not.When you first meet her, it s hard not to feel overwhelmingly sad for Eleanor Maybe even to pity her a bit Eleanor is simply existing in a lonely and somber life without friends or family And let s be honest, at times her

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    5 STARSThank you, Eleanor Oliphant Thank you for picking me up out of my reading slump Thank you for being so funny, so sad, so smart, so blunt Thank you for being a literary character that will live forever in the hearts of most anyone that reads you Oh, and a big thank you for enriching my own personal vocab My Kindle dictionary has never had such a workout Wh

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    Here is a novel at the exact room temperature everyone likes, not too cold, not to hot, just right, it s like Goldilocks finding the right bed, everybody jumps in and goes right off to sleep, no one has a bad word to say, the Guardian loved it, the Irish Times said it hits the accessible literary sweet spot , Costa Book Prize, Reece Witherspoon to star in the movie, five

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    Eleanor Oliphant lives a fairly secluded life due to her lack of social graces and crippling self esteem and anxiety issues She works at a graphic design firm in the finance department and spends the rest of her time at home, usually drinking Her social life consists of a phone call with her mummy every week Then one day she goes to a concert, for which she won tickets in a raffle,

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