Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine

Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine

by Gail Honeyman

The story begins with Eleanor Oliphant, a quirky, introverted and humorously opinionated young woman who leads a mundane office life by day, and lonely, self-regimented life by night. The narrative quickly evolves as serendipitous events begin to connect Eleanor with other people in ways she never dreamed possible. This is a story of friendships, healing, and forgiveness, that is told with a large dose of wit and a lot of heart.

Jeanne Jesernik Recommended by Jeanne Jesernik Adult Services Librarian

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