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Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine
Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine | Gail Honeyman
Smart, warm, uplifting, the story of an out-of-the-ordinary heroine whose deadpan weirdness and unconscious wit make for an irresistible journey as she realizes the only way to survive is to open her heart Meet Eleanor Oliphant: She struggles with appropriate social skills and tends to say exactly what she s thinking. Nothing is missing in her carefully timetabled life of avoiding social interactions, where weekends are punctuated by frozen pizza, vodka, and phone chats with Mummy. All this means that Eleanor has become a creature of habit (to say the least) and a bit of a loner. But everything changes when Eleanor meets Raymond, the bumbling and deeply unhygienic IT guy from her office. When she and Raymond together save Sammy, an elderly gentleman who has fallen on the sidewalk, the three become the kinds of friends who rescue one another from the lives of isolation they have each been living. And it is Raymond s big heart that will ultimately help Eleanor find the way to repair her own profoundly damaged one. "Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine" is the story of a quirky yet lonely woman whose social misunderstandings and deeply ingrained routines could be changed forever if she can bear to confront the secrets she has avoided all her life. But if she does, she ll learn that she, too, is capable of finding friendship and even love after all."
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MissLiteraryAli
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There are scars on my heart... I know they're there. I hope some undamaged tissue remains, a patch through which love can come in and flow out. I hope.

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MissLiteraryAli

When the silence and the aloneness press down and around me, crushing me, carving through me like ice, I need to speak aloud sometimes, if only for proof of life.
... if a woman who's wholly alone occasionally talks to a potted plant, is she certifiable? I'm confident that it is perfectly normal to talk to oneself occasionally. It's not as though I'm expecting a reply. I'm fully aware that Polly is a houseplant.

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MissLiteraryAli

I do exist, don't I? It often feels as if I'm not here, that I'm a figment of my own imagination. There are days when I feel so lightly connected to the earth that the threads that tether me to the planet are gossamer thin, spun sugar. A strong gust of wind could dislodge me completely, and I'd lift off and blow away, like one of those seeds in a dandelion clock.

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monalyisha
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My favorite professor in college had a mellifluous voice. He often used “fine” as a descriptor: to refer to a passage or a student‘s careful and attentive interpretation of a text. He meant “fine” as “exquisite.” It was a quirk I loved. When I think about Honeyman‘s work, I hear him describing it as “fine” (though certainly, it wasn‘t as dense as our typical class fare). Eleanor Oliphant is funny, heartbreaking, and hopeful.👇🏻

Cortg I loved this book and Eleanor ❤️ 2w
monalyisha 1/2: She‘s a character, to be sure: a little over the top, a little unbelievable. As Eleanor herself observes [of Sense & Sensibility], “It all ends happily, which is highly unrealistic, but, I must admit, narratively satisfying.” Still, the emotions she inhabits and elicits are absolutely real. 2w
monalyisha 2/2: In “A Conversation with Gail Honeyman” she explains, “When loneliness is discussed, it‘s often in the context of the elderly, but I began to think about how it might manifest in younger people.” This is so poignant & so important, & Eleanor is a complex vessel for exploring these ideas (as we all are). A trifle sentimental, but I like that in a novel, sometimes. I couldn‘t put this one down. TW: abuse, self-harm. #NYWD22 @TheKidUpstairs 2w
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BookBosomed1 I love this book. 2w
BkClubCare Great review. 2w
monalyisha Thanks, @BkClubCare! And me too, @BookBosomed1 & @Cortg 🧡 2w
TheKidUpstairs This one I read off of @sprainedbrain 's #NewYearWhoDis list last year. I expected light and quirky, but was entranced by the emotional pull of Eleanor and her story 2w
monalyisha @TheKidUpstairs I didn‘t anticipate her deep history of pain, either. There was one unexpected revelation that I didn‘t even know to expect or unexpect! A layered story. 💞 As far as the loneliness aspect goes, there was one Litten who put the Olivia Laing book, quoted in the epigraph to this one, on her #NYWD22 list. I recognized the title straight-off. I might have to pick it up! 2w
monalyisha @TheKidUpstairs I also may have mentioned that my book club read this a few years ago & I skipped that month. I was glad to finally have an excuse to read it myself. Good for our collective, shared knowledge. 📚 2w
marleed I‘m still waiting for the opportunity to use mellifluous in a conversation! It‘s such a great word! 2w
LiteraryinLawrence Great review! 2w
monalyisha @sprainedbrain @TheKidUpstairs I‘m happy I got to read this domino read from you, Jenni! I always think about matching myself with you — & then don‘t because of your especial penchant for historical fiction (which there‘s never enough of on my list to satisfy you 😅). So, it‘s nice that I‘m sort-of reading your list by proxy. 😆 2w
BiblioLitten My mom uses ‘fine‘ as a descriptor too (not sure if it‘s in a mellifluous voice though😋). 2w
sprainedbrain @TheKidUpstairs @monalyisha I just love a domino book, and I‘m so glad you both loved it. I still think about Eleanor. ❤️ 2w
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monalyisha
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“There is no such thing as hell, of course, but if there was, then the sound track to the screaming, the pitchfork action and the infernal wailing of damned souls would be a looped medley of “show tunes” drawn from the annals of musical theater.”*

YES, ELEANOR. 🙌🏻💯

*Pictured: Exempt.

TheKidUpstairs Day Man! (Ah-ah-ah) Fighter of the Night Man! (Ah-ah-ah) Champion of the Sun! 2w
monalyisha @TheKidUpstairs It‘s just so catchy! 😂🌞🌚 2w
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TheKidUpstairs @monalyisha I just rewatched that episode the other day... and now the song is back stuck in my head 🤣🤣 2w
Johanna414 Welp, I'm going to be signing this all day now... 2w
sarahbellum My boyfriend and I randomly sing this to each other as a call and response while going about our day 😂 2w
monalyisha @sarahbellum My husband & I definitely bust it out from time to time, too. Once you know it, how can you not? 😆 2w
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monalyisha
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“Animals, birds, and insects can provide such useful insights. If I‘m ever unsure as to the correct course of action, I‘ll think, “What would a ferret do?” or, “How would a salamander respond to this situation?” Invariably, I find the right answer.”

#NYWD22 #NewYearWhoDis @TheKidUpstairs

monalyisha @TheKidUpstairs “What would a ferret do?” made me laugh out loud. #WWAFD? #WWFD? 😆 2w
TheKidUpstairs @monalyisha 🤣🤣🤣 2w
monalyisha @TheKidUpstairs I think I‘d keep the article. You know, it‘s a real Thinker. 🤔 2w
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ElizaMarie
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#April2021

Totally get why people have a “problem“ with this one. It was heavier than what I thought I was getting into, but I really did enjoy it! I gently recommend it to others.

#12BooksOf2021

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Ahw06
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Hands down, my #worstof21 is Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine. It really needed to come with a trigger warning.

Thanks for the tag @MaleficentBookDragon

megnews Oh wow. I‘ve contemplated reading this. What‘s the TW? 3w
Crazeedi I really liked it, but I can see how it wouldn't be right for some. @megnews 3w
Ahw06 @megnews child abuse, mental illness and domestic violence 3w
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Ahw06 @Crazeedi I think if any of the highly rated reviews I read, or even the library description, had a TW I wouldn‘t have felt so strongly about not liking it. It was really not at all what I expected but I could see how someone could like it. Definitely not the book I was expecting 3w
Crazeedi @Ahw06 I definitely understand that! I didnt pay attention to the blurbs about it. That's a shame because some people need to know that 3w
Ahw06 @Crazeedi totally agree but I‘m glad you liked it. That‘s the best thing about books, there‘s something for everyone and everyone takes things differently 😊 3w
Crazeedi @Ahw06 yes!!! 3w
megnews @Ahw06 oh yes, I‘d want to know that too. 3w
MaleficentBookDragon I loved this book but I understand why others would not. 3w
Ahw06 @MaleficentBookDragon it‘s a popular one for sure, I just expected something a tiny bit lighter 3w
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Cupcake12
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#12booksof2021
March Pick

Andrew65 A great book. 3w
Scochrane26 I loved Eleanor, read it in 2020. 3w
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TheKidUpstairs
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#12Booksof2021 #1stBook #January

My favourite read of January 2021 came from @sprainedbrain's #NewYearWhoDis list. Witty and packed with unexpected emotions, I just loved Eleanor and her story.

@Andrew65

Andrew65 I loved this book. 4w
youneverarrived Brilliant book 🧡 4w
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LitStephanie
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This is the best book I have read in a couple of years. Eleanor is a lonely, depressed young woman who doesn't know she is lonely until she finally makes a friend. She is hilariously socially awkward due to terrible events in her childhood, but there is no self pity, and the violence in her past is neither gratuitous nor dwelt on. I love that this book is about the transformative power of friendship, not romantic love. It only takes one person ⬇️

LitStephanie to really see her and like her despite her faults to open up her mind to possibilities. Some people will always be rude to misfits, but Eleanor learns that she has something to offer in relationships with other people. A very funny book that gets more serious as she deals with repressed trauma in the last fourth of the book. 3mo
IuliaC Great review! I liked this novel very much 👍 3mo
LitStephanie @IuliaC thanks! 3mo
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LitStephanie

"I had no idea how to respond, and opted for a smile, which serves me well on most occasions (not if it's something to do with death or illness, though--I know that now)." This book keeps making me laugh. I have not laughed so much at a book about someone who has endured serious trauma since reading Mennonite in a Little Black Dress. It is wonderful and witty!

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LitStephanie

"My phone doesn't ring often--it makes me jump when it does--and it's usually people asking if I've been mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance. I whisper I know where you live to them, and hang up the phone very, very gently." Just started this book but it looks funny! ?

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CourtSmall
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Mehso-so

Book 237/2021. Finished 5/10/21 ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Eleanor Oliphant is completely boring and underwhelming....sorry

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PoodleMama99
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Excellent. Stays with you a very long time.

wanderinglynn Welcome to Litsy! 👋🏻 4mo
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Blackink_WhitePaper
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Mehso-so

unpopular opinion ! I dint like the book. It was not at all funny for me. Tragic & disturbing. I couldn‘t understand the MC. Not for me I guess.

#bookspinbingo

SamAnne I didn‘t like this one as much as other people as well. (edited) 5mo
Blackink_WhitePaper @SamAnne oh is it ! That‘s good to know ☺️ 4mo
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Adventures-of-a-French-Reader
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Mehso-so

While a lot of readers speak highly about this book, I really don't understand the hype for this rather clichéd, superficial, unrealistic book.

SamAnne While I have it a thumbs up here, I also did not love it like others do. I enjoyed it though 5mo
vlwelser I'm with you on this one for sure. 5mo
Adventures-of-a-French-Reader @SamAnne It is an entertaining read, but I have a big problem with glamorization. And it honestly pains me to see the huge demand and liking for fake/unrealistic novels that look like self-help/motivational/inspirational books in disguise... This book is like a Hallmark movie. It is a good book in that category. 5mo
SamAnne @Adventures-of-a-French-Reader spot on assessment. 5mo
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Eggs
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Even though she longs to have connections with others; dear, quirky Eleanor is haunted by her secrets and #memories #conflictedworlds @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💔🔥🙁 (edited) 5mo
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Azy.K
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LOVED this book. Both tragic and funny. I didn‘t want it to end.

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sharread
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5 gorgeous stars 💫💫💫💫💫 I just love Eleanor Oliphant. All broken up that she is, I laughed, felt deeply, felt warm fuzzies and enjoyed her coworker Raymond too. This story is about a woman that experienced trauma, you learn about it slowly throughout the story, in the middle other characters including a cat make it extremely joyful to read. I listened to it on audio too while working on my Diamind Painting. #BookSpinBingo @TheAromaofBooks

JenReadsAlot I love diamond painting! 5mo
sharread @JenReadsAlot 😁❤❤❤ 5mo
KatieDid927 💙 5mo
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Cazxxx Love this book 💓 5mo
sharread @Cazxxx 😁❤❤❤ 5mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 5mo
kspenmoll The best book!!!💕 5mo
sharread @kspenmoll 😁❤❤❤ 5mo
WJCintron I didn't like this one. It was a bail for me. But glad you liked it!! 😃 5mo
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Pastelsandpages
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I wasn't too fond of this book at first but Eleanor's personality became quiet charming eventually and it had me sobbing towards the end. A very good and frankly important read that I would recommend to everyone!

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

#eleanoroliphantiscompletelyfine #gailhoneyman

mackelie I loved it as well! 5mo
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Cazxxx
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I went into this book knowing nothing about it, only that it was very popular. At first I thought it was a light hearted book about a quirky introvert. Wrong! This book covers serious subjects including abuse and mental health. I started off the book laughing and ended up close to tears but this book for me was utterly brilliant and I loved Eleanor‘s journey. A definite pick if you can stomach the topics

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I love Eleanor 💙 5mo
IuliaC Great review! I really enjoyed this one 👍 5mo
Cazxxx @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks she‘s awesome 💖 5mo
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Cazxxx @IuliaC thanks! I found it surprisingly good 😊 5mo
sharread Awesome review can't wait to read it. 5mo
Cazxxx @sharread it‘s so good! 😊 5mo
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smalldogs_bigbooks2419
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Along with the Stephen King book, I also got this from the Little Free Library a few blocks from my house. I‘m pretty sure I couldn‘t have found two books that were more polar opposites. This one is probably more my style, and I‘ve heard mixed reviews of it, so I wanted to form an opinion myself.

Rachel.Rencher I read this a few years ago and still think about it. 🥰 5mo
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Ahw06
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Panpan

This book really needs a trigger warning. There are so many serious subjects in it and very few of the high ratings actually disclose this. Reading a summary of the book, I really didn‘t think I was going to be getting into a book about child abuse, mental illness, domestic violence, etc.

This book was ok but it is not the book for me.
⭐️⭐️

#Kindle #ebook

katy4peas Bummer. That‘s not what the summary says at all. 😕 6mo
Ahw06 @katy4peas yea I really thought I was just reading another enjoyable, lighthearted book. I debated not even finishing it, but I never do that. It‘s not a bad book but be prepared for a lot of really tough subjects to pop up as you‘re reading. 6mo
katy4peas Hmm. Thanks for the warning. I‘m up for ditching. I‘ve decided there are too many books I want to read, so if I don‘t like it I move on. That seems to be my motto for the year. 🤷‍♀️ 6mo
Ahw06 @katy4peas you‘re welcome! Ditching would‘ve definitely been better in this case 6mo
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Ahw06
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Some books should have trigger warnings, regardless of where you are borrowing / purchasing them from. This is that book. I‘m 21% of the way through and I can‘t decide whether or not I should just bail on this one. I haven‘t bailed on a book yet but this is disturbing. There have already been implications of severe mental illness, child abuse, domestic violence and emotional / psychological abuse.
#Kindle #ebook

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Lynn541
Pickpick

I absolutely love this book. It has become one of my all time favorites. I‘ve also listened to it on audiobooks, and found patterns or hints that I missed reading it. Eleanor is a wonderful character who has gone through so much, repressed so much, and is funny in her own way. Very much looking forward to the author‘s next book.

lazydaizee Hello and welcome to Litsy. 6mo
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esapinchenena
Mehso-so

I didn‘t find Eleanor as funny or quirky as the Goodreads reviews said but still good if you‘re looking for a quick and easy read.

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WorldsOkayestStepMom
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Bailedbailed

I don't like the writing style, so DNF.

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mackelie
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This was a very captivating read! I wasn‘t sure what to expect from this story besides that Eleanor liked to enjoy vodka throughout her weekends.

The way this tragic story was told and wrapped around the themes of loneliness and kindness, really makes this a heart warming story!

TheNeverendingTBR So good!! 7mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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Eleanor‘s mother is far from #Maternal !!! Just horrible!!

“Oh yes,” she said, and I heard her dismissive sideways hiss of cigarette smoke. “It was just that I wanted to tell you that you‘re a pointless waste of human tissue. That was all. Bye then, darling!” she said, bright as a knife.”

#MayCharacters

FashionableObserver I adored that book!!! 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @FashionableObserver so did I!! Just not the evil mother! 8mo
FashionableObserver @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks She was the worst. The. Worst. 8mo
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Eggs Great choice!! Sad but redeeming 😥🥰 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs 💔 reminds me of my mother! (edited) 8mo
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peanutnine
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Day 18 #MayCharacters
Maddening

Eleanor's personality is a bit maddening, with her frank comments and off-putting behavior.

@Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Eggs Great choice! It also makes her strangely endearing! 8mo
peanutnine @Eggs yes, definitely! 8mo
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kera_11
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I have no idea where I thought the plot of this book was going to go, but it wasn‘t here. Eleanor herself is pretty annoying and the first few chapters are tough to get into. This book and its themes were way more intense than the book description lets on. It could definitely use some TW for: suicide related topics, trauma, childhood abuse, mental health.

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NikkiM5
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#bookspin 2 was a free space for me. The tagged had some true laugh out loud moments and some sad, stressful ones. Overall a beautiful, funny story, with serious undertones. I loved Ray, such a wonderful character ❤️

Quite a few funny lines: “He wasn‘t using a knife, but held a fork in his right hand like a child or an American.” 😂

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
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CoffeeNBooks
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Andrew65 Loved this. 9mo
Addison_Reads 💚💚💚 Great pick. 9mo
Eggs Such a great book and great choice🙌🏻🙌🏻 9mo
Jennifer3 Loved this one so much! 9mo
Cupcake12 I read this earlier in the year and found it beautiful yet poignant x 9mo
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shivanishinde09
Pickpick

This book had me hooked and I was very curious about Eleanor's past which made it hard to put down the book.. This book highlights how a past trauma can shape a person's life. I really love Eleanor's character; her no-nonsensical attitude, frank nature and more importantly her hope for a better future which doesn't come across immediately but is the underlying reason for all her actions.

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ElizaMarie
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this one! I am super glad that I had put it on my #SpringTBR :) I truly enjoyed it though! It will definitely be one that I recommend to others!

#BookSpinBingo
@TheAromaOfBooks

OriginalCyn620 I love Eleanor! 😊 9mo
CBee I loved it too!! 9mo
smalldogs_bigbooks2419 How does book bingo work? 9mo
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TheAromaofBooks Yay!! 9mo
TheAromaofBooks @smalldogs_bigbooks2419 - Hey!! I host #BookSpinBingo which is a riff on my original BookSpin challenge. I made a masterpost about it here - https://www.litsy.com/web/post/1989556 - but basically the original challenge was to make a list of 20 books you've been meaning to read. On the 2nd of the month, I draw 2 numbers (BookSpin/DoubleSpin) & everyone tries to read those numbers from their lists. The Bingo part is for people who wanted to read ⬇ 9mo
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) more than 2 books from their list - I shuffle all the numbers & put them randomly in a bingo card. People score bingos by reading the corresponding numbers. If you want to play along or have questions, just let me know!! There is also an end-of-the-year giveaway. It's new numbers/bingo every month, so people jump in & out whenever is convenient for them. Hope this helps!! @smalldogs_bigbooks2419 9mo
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lanecannon
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Pickpick

This was such an interesting read. Such a tragic story and fascinating heroine. The ending took me completely by surprise.

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Addison_Reads
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#SpringSentiments Day 17 @Eggs

Eleanor is #Apprehensive of many things, but as the story progresses she finds an inner strength in her own awkwardness that I personally love.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love this one!! 9mo
Eggs Amazing story! ❤️❤️ Eleanor ❤️❤️ 9mo
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ElizaMarie
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Ha! I feel so seen!
@SleepsWithBooks

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ElizaMarie
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Started this one the other day and I am so enjoying it! Its super cute so far :)
@SleepsWithBooks thanks again for the gift :)

Sleepswithbooks Yayyyyy... I‘m so happy you like it!!!! 💛 9mo
ElizaMarie @Sleepswithbooks I am loving it so far :) Actually just wrote you a little letter (should mail it off tomorrow - then of course its Sunday so yeah) . But yes I am loving this one (thanks again and again and again!) 9mo
Sleepswithbooks You‘re so welcome friend 🤗 9mo
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Kristin_Reads
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5⭐️ || Loved the nods to Sense and Sensibility (i.e. characters names)! This was funny and poignant and I can see why people rave about this one. This is my #BookSpin choice for April.

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 10mo
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Cupcake12
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This was simply beautiful. My librarian friend recommended I read this and I‘m glad I listened to her. It was touching, upsetting, thought provoking, beautiful and inspiring.
It focused on loneliness, grief and kindness, telling the story of a brave survivor.
I would love there to be a sequel to see the next chapter of Eleanor‘s journey.
5 ⭐️ read

kspenmoll ❤️❤️ 10mo
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TheNeverendingTBR
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1️⃣ Stu Redman and Glen Bateman (The Stand) • Sal Paradise and Dean Moriarty (On the Road) • Frodo and Sam (Lord of the Rings)

2️⃣ One book at a time, but sometimes one book and a graphic novel. 📚

3️⃣ The city I grew up in Glasgow, Scotland. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 *tagged*

Thanks for the tag @Ast_Arslan @DarkMina 🙋‍♂️

Want to play @reading_rainbow @MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm @Halfbloodprincess20 @JennyM @eeclayton @Lifeisasnap

eeclayton Thanks for the tag Michael 🙂 I need to think about the friendships, it's not an easy question! 10mo
DarkMina You‘re welcome! 10mo
JennyM Thanks for the tag - I will get my thinking cap on 🙂 10mo
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Cupcake12
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The librarian recommended I read this based on my library loans. I‘ve heard lots of good things about this book. Fingers crossed it doesn‘t disappoint 🤞

Scochrane26 It‘s so good! 10mo
Eggs You won‘t regret it 10mo
Cupcake12 @Eggs @Scochrane26 Just read the first chapter on the school run! 10mo
Come-read-with-me I really like this cover. 10mo
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TheNeverendingTBR
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Pickpick

This one is a story which deals with alcoholism, loneliness, childhood trauma and the way it all ties in at the end is perfect.

I recommend this wonderful, unpredictable and thought-provoking read.

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3901327479?book_show_action=false&from_rev...

Check out my full review ⤴️🙋‍♂️

Cathythoughts A big favorite of mine ❤️ 10mo
Gissy Love that book! 10mo
kspenmoll So good! 10mo
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mackelie I have it on my to read list! 10mo
MrT In my TBR pile. Hope to read it this year. 10mo
jewright I read this last summer. 10mo
Cathythoughts Oh Shuggie ! I look so forward to your thoughts ❤️💔 10mo
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Mccall0113
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This book is so quirky and I wish I read this sooner. This is exactly why I needed right now. #libby

JenniferP It‘s been on my kindle forever! Need to get to it soon since I hear only good things. 11mo
Mccall0113 @JenniferP I‘m so impatient. I want to know what happens!! 11mo
ShyBookOwl One of my instant favourites 💕📚 11mo
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rebbyj
Pickpick

Sweet. Captivating.

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Crysboehne
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Pickpick

I have never in my life cried because a book ended. This was probably one of the best books I‘ve ever read. Hands down my favorite book (predicted) of 2021.

I‘ve been finished with the book for 5 minutes and I already miss Eleanor.

I‘m still crying.

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Daisey
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Wishing everyone a bookish Valentine‘s Day!

Thanks so much Alexus! The wrapping was lovely and I‘ve definitely been wanting to read this book.

#BookCupidSwap

candority Great book! Happy Valentine‘s Day! 💕 11mo
alexus_sb Oh yay! I'm so happy that you enjoyed everything! Happy Valentine's Day! 11mo
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