Except she isn’t.
She’s far from fine.
She’s turned 30.
She has a massive scar from her temple to her chin.
She has an abusive mother.
Together, with an unlikely friend, Raymond, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is a journey of discovery to unlock a hidden, sinister past.
I found it utterly compelling and read it in three sittings. Eleanor Oliphant is such a well-crafted and complex character. She’s funny, she’s intelligent and she’s to the point!
Her story is told with humour and heartbreak. (Yes, I even blubbed at the end.)
I can’t recommend it highly enough.