Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
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. That, combined with her unusual appearance (scarred cheek, tendency to wear the same clothes year in, year out), means that Eleanor has become a creature of habit (to say the least) and a bit of a loner. 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.

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 kind of friends who rescue each other 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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  • Ammar
    Jun 7, 2017


    DNF Read few chapters Couldn't stand the characters and the way the book is written was so pretentious and no one speaks like that in real life Had to DNF ...

  • Mo
    Jun 6, 2017


    I liked it. Didn't love it. Eleanor has spent more than 20 years living her life a certain way. Yes, we can change but ... it all just seemed a bit too easy peasy. Bump into someone at work and then meet another person and suddenly, after years of living basically like a hermit, you ar...

  • Connie
    Jun 5, 2017


    Eleanor Oliphant is a loner with few social skills. But her inner thoughts show that she's smart, vulnerable, and has a wicked sense of humor. She and Raymond, the new IT guy at the office, rescue an elderly man who fell on the sidewalk as they were leaving work. As she interacts with ...

  • Pouting Always
    Jun 4, 2017

    Pouting Always

    Eleanor Oliphant lives a fairly secluded life due to her lack of social graces and crippling self esteem and anxiety issues. She works at a graphic design firm in the finance department and spends the rest of her time at home, usually drinking. Her social life consists of a phone call ...

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    Jun 2, 2017

    Shelby *trains flying monkeys*

    Eleanor Oliphant..I love you.Eleanor lives a pretty solitary life. She really doesn't understand people. She spends most of her time alone in her apartment, reading interesting books and having her Wednesday afternoon phone calls with "Mummy." She is fine with that. Along with her litt...

  • Karen
    Jun 1, 2017


    4.5. Oh, Eleanor Oliphant is quite the character! Eleanor is 30, single, and troubled by her abusive past, her way of speaking is very blunt. Eleanor lives a solitary life..she likes crossword puzzles and vodka!You can't help but fall for her and root for her to find happiness. I can't...

  • Stephanie Anze
    May 29, 2017

    Stephanie Anze

    Eleanor Oliphant is thirty years old and works in a design office, as a finance clerk. She eats the same lunch everyday alone at her desk, wears the same clothes and keeps mostly to herself. Then does the same thing the next day. Her life is punctuated by routine. When Eleanor and Raym...

  • Eve
    May 26, 2017


    "These days, loneliness is the new cancer–a shameful, embarrassing thing, brought upon yourself in some obscure way. A fearful, incurable thing, so horrifying that you dare not mention it; other people don't want to hear the word spoken aloud for fear that they might too be afflic...

  • Tania
    May 23, 2017


    I loved this book, I wanted to hug it. I wanted to hug Eleanor (not sure she'd like it though). One of the themes this year seems to be the damage done by a psychopath/psychotic mother on her daughter. I listened to Good Me, Bad Me recently, and although the genre is very different, th...

  • Faith
    May 21, 2017


    Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine, in fact, I think she is my new best friend. I can't remember the last time I encountered a character this real. She is fastidious, prickly, judgmental and antisocial, with no social skills or empathy. But then you get to know her story and understan...