REVIEW ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE (181 POCHE) 107 ½ ❁ [EPUB] ✹ ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE (181 POCHE) By Gail Honeyman ➚ – Review ‘A truly original literary creation funny touching and unpredictable Her journey out of the shadows is expertly woven and absolutelReview ‘A truly original literary creation IS COMPLETELY Epub #221 funny touching and unpredictable Her journey out of the shadows is expertly woven and absolutely gripping’ Jojo Moyes ‘Original and unexpectedly funny’ SUNDAY TIMES ‘As perceptive and wise as it is funny and endearing Warm funny and thought provoking’ OBSERVER ‘A narrative full of uiet warmth and deep and unspoken sadness Wonderful and joyful’ Jenny Colgan GUARDIAN ‘Unforgettable brilliant funny and life affirming’ Wendy Holden DAILY MAIL ‘I adored it Skilled perceptive Eleanor's world will feel familiar to you ELEANOR OLIPHANT PDFEPUB or from the very first page An outstanding debut’ Joanna Cannon ‘Hugely original a funny and sad tale. I am late to the party with this book but despite high expectations I was not prepared for how much I would enjoy not sure that this is the correct word thisEleanor appears to be on the spectrum with her view of the world As she starts to develop her first friendships she realises that she has been withdrawn and missing out on companionship She also realises that she is very judgemental and that it is wrong to think a person's outward appearance matches their inner selfFollowing this journey of Eleanor's has made me realise that friendships and happiness should never be taken for granted and small acts of kindness can mean the world to another personA lovely book that made me appreciate the little things

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Read in some time’ YORKSHIRE POST ‘Moving funny and devastating’ THE HERALD ‘uirky witty and absorbing’ HEAT ‘Warm and funny moving and deeply original Eleanor Oliphant is completely marvellous’ Gavin Extence ‘A beautiful and delicate balance between funny and heartbreaking restores your faith in humanity’ RED ‘You’ll laugh and cry reading this fine debut’ PRIMA ‘Impeccable’ Dawn O’Porter ‘Delightful dark and moving’ Sarah Pinborough ‘Warm uirky and fun with a real poignancy underneath’ Julie Cohen ‘A stunning debut I laughed wept and reflected’ Lucy Clarke ‘Satisfyingly uirky’ NEW YORK TIMES Book Description Debut Sunday Times Bestseller and Costa First Novel Book Award winner Rea. There are so many sad and isolated folk in our societies and this author has painted a picture of such a person But then we all love a 'sad person makes good' story so this is where this story lies firmly in the area of fiction because we rarely if ever reach out to such people and say 'Welcome to my home Come and have a cuppa and a chat' Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could make room for each other

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ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE 181 POCHEOf a survivor who tackles the challenges of emotional reconnection with grave courage Unmissable’ SUNDAY EXPRESS ‘A truly original voice and so good on loneliness I sobbed and sobbed’ Cathy Rentzenbrink ‘An outstanding debut about loneliness and the power of a little kindness’ MAIL ON SUNDAY ‘So powerful – I completely loved Eleanor Oliphant’ Fiona Barton ‘An absolute joy laugh out loud funny but deeply moving’ DAILY EXPRESS ‘Heartbreaking’ OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY PDFEPUB #189 Bryony Gordon ‘Deft compassionate and moving’ Paula McLain ‘Heartwrenching and wonderful’ Nina Stibbe ‘Heartbreaking and heartwarming’ STYLIST ‘Brave smart and funny the most refreshing and heartwarming debut I’ve. There's not much to be said about Eleanor Oliphant that hasn't been said 100 times already so I'll just add my endorsement to the multitude This is just such beautiful writing craftsmanship is evident in every sentence and it was such a delight to read Eleanor is such a complex character prickly unlikeable aloofand yet incredibly endearing warm and sympathetic Eleanor's uniue perspective on the modern world was at the same time laugh out loud funny and heart breakingly sad These wonderful contrasts were one of the delights of the book as was Eleanor's gradual blossoming So so good one of the best novels I've read all year