58. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman :: 9.5/10⭐️ Eleanor Oliphant is very socially awkward, and has no problems saying exactly what she’s thinking to anyone. She’s navigating life alone save for a once a week phone call from her mother, which she does not look forward to. She develops an obsession w a local musician and develops a plan to meet him. But when she and the new IT guy at work, Raymond, save a man on the street after an accident, her life changes in more ways than one. This book has many serious plots, but told in a deadpan funny way. Check trigger warnings prior to reading to this one. Never underestimate the power of a friend, kindness, and good therapy. The ending bumped my star rating up. I went into this book blind and actually really enjoyed it! I listened to the audiobook and most of the characters are read in a Scottish accent, and I did have a hard time understanding the narrator at some points, but overall it wasn’t a big deal.