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Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine - Community Reviews back

by Gail Honeyman
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Cody's Bookshelf
Cody's Bookshelf rated it 4 years ago
Eleanor Oliphant is a woman who lives by rigorous schedule: work, frozen pizza and vodka on the weekends, and calls from Mummy on Wednesdays. She is deeply lonely, though she does not realize it — she is a person of solitude, introversion to an extreme degree. This is the kind of novel I needed ri...
JDCMustReadBooks rated it 4 years ago
By: Gail Honeyman ISBN: 978-0735220683 Publisher: Pamela Dorman Publication Date: 5/9/2017 Format: Other My Rating: 5 Stars + 30 Best Books of 2017 Glasgow-based author, Gail Honeyman’s debut hits it "out-of-the-park" with her hilarious and emotional tale of a misfit with a secret past. A young ...
Words of a Bibliophile
Words of a Bibliophile rated it 5 years ago
I thought there was a chance I might dislike Eleanor because some have compared this book to A Man Called Ove, and I didn't like the main character in that. But I actually liked Eleanor's eccentricity. It's kind of weirdly hilarious how she thinks everyone else is unusual and has poor social/convers...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 5 years ago
I was wary of reading this book because I was told it was partly about loneliness and what it does to us and that sounds as much fun as reviewing the final stages of terminal cancer. I picked it up because it was consistently described as being well written. It's more than well written. It's prett...
suebairkundrath rated it 5 years ago
I started reading this due to it being highly recommended by other readers. After finishing this, I was so glad I did. Eleanor was such a creature of habit, and had no filter when it came to speaking her mind. Yet, once you get to know Eleanor, you reveal the many flaws she has and her story behind ...
working on my tbr pile
working on my tbr pile rated it 5 years ago
3.5 stars
DubaiReader rated it 5 years ago
This book started out well and just kept getting better, perfectly supplemented by Cathleen McCarron's perfect narration. It has joined my fairly short list of all-time favourites.Eleanor has her life mapped out. She went straight from school into an office job that she still holds now, many years l...
Sam's Reading: A Work in Progress
Sam's Reading: A Work in Progress rated it 5 years ago
About a 3.5.
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 5 years ago
I needed this novel, I really did. I needed Eleanor. The booze. The musician. Raymond. Sam. The house plant. The shopkeeper. The cat. I needed them all. I loved Eleanor and her voice for she was witty, sarcastic, and real. She did not hold anything back and she said exactly what she felt and needed....
Just a book blog
Just a book blog rated it 5 years ago
Eleanor Oliphant is what society would deem "weird" - she is socially inept and tends to say exactly what she is thinking. She has a scarred cheek and wears the same practical clothes year after year. She is a creature of habit. She eats pizza and drinks vodka on the weekends. She has no friends. Sh...
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