Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
By Gail Honeyman
Reviewed by Mairia

Eleanor is a lonely, sociably inept woman, who is held in high esteem by her employer, but unable to interact with her co-workers.  She has an obsession with a singer, and believes if he meets her they will marry and live happily ever after.
Friday nights Eleanor starts her weekend combating her loneliness and her past with vodka, and continues her private battle all over again each weekend.
Eleanor’s life is interrupted when she inadvertatley becomes involved with an accident victim. I laughed and cried throughout this book, it is full of warmth and sadness, a truly heart warming story.

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