Eleanor Oliphant is perfectly fine, Gail Honeyman.

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.« 

Eleanor lives on her own and keeps to herself. If you ask, she’ll answer you properly that « she’s perfectly fine ». Underneath this simple assertion lies numerous layers of solitude, humour, critical thinking and a whole life shaped by a rather dramatic childhood Eleanor cannot totally remember. One day she meets Raymond from the office and they happen to save the life of the charming elderly Sammy. This small act is going to unravel Eleanor’s tightly shut world letting compassion, friendship and love inside.

A really enjoyable book, easy to read and full of emotions.
I found it perfect to begin the summer with…