Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman came highly recommended and lived up to much of its promise.
The protagonist Eleanor is an unusual character, rather dry and uninteresting, but with a unique perspective towards people and life in general. Here’s my pick from the book.
I feel sorry for beautiful people. beauty, from the moment you possess it, is already slipping away, ephemeral. That must be difficult. Always having to prove that there’s more to you, wanting people to see beneath the surface, to be loved for yourself, and not your stunning body, sparkling eyes of thick, lustrous hair.
The review shall be up soon on the blog. Do drop by for a read.
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• Grab your current read
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Which was the last book that kept you up through the night?