Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman | Conversation Starters
In Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, readers are introduced to a protagonist whose lack of knowledge about basic social norms gives her a unique voice and perspective. Eleanor is a young woman living alone who has experienced something terrible. Whatever tragedy she has been through, the reader only sees snippets of its impact until the very end of the story. Most of the novel focuses on Eleanor spending time trying to come out of her shell, helped by the unlikely IT guy from her office and an old man they both help one strange day.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine was one of the 2017 New York Times’ “Books to Breeze Through This Summer.” Its charm and character makes it a riveting read that pulls at the heartstrings. A movie based on the book is in development as of May 2017, proving the book’s popularity and success.
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