Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine PDF Download

By: Gail Honeyman
Relase Date: 2017-05-09
Genre: Fiction & Literature, Romance

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Never thought I’d grow to love and hope the best for the strange and eccentric Eleanor Oliphant.
by: IanFanatic

What an expertly crafted book. Revealing little by little what we needed to get to know Eleanor and her quirky survival techniques. We all should learn to be kinder and not judgmental. There is probably good reason for people’s strange behavior
by: barbdds

This first time novelist has written a riveting story revealing the life of EO. The storyline contains sad and funny elements carefully intertwined as the novel unfolds. Characters are richly drawn. At times it was easy to envision becoming friends with the characters. They help the plot move along as we see Eleanor grow to be a woman confident of herself but willing to become vulnerable to the life story of others as she is drawn into their lives. This is a truly enjoyable novel. I highly recommend it.
by: Word Lover 70

This book captured my interest and my heart from start to finish. I absolutely loved it!!!
by: jcs:-)

At first, I wasn’t sure if I would like this book. But it did not take long to get to know and root for Eleanor! Nicely done.
by: Cut wood

What an extraordinary book and story! The intrigue of Eleanor’s life as a survivor of an unthinkable act when she was a child (no, not sexually abused) and her life as an adult trying to cope is written so eloquently. Her unlikely friendship ( first friend she makes as an adult) with Raymond makes this one of the most bittersweet stories I’ve read in a very long time! Bravo to Gail Honeyman on her debut novel. I hope she writes another one.
by: Lise C.

I LOVED this book!! Tender, charming, funny, sweet and at the same time somewhat ominous, terribly sad & utterly real...ultimately a story about perhaps the most important thing we can ever have or hope for in this life - true human connection & a realization of the beauty of it all - I am truly grateful for this read...
by: hillernan