“Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine” by Gail Honeyman | Eleanor is a profoundly damaged young Scottish woman. She is brusque. She has no social skills. She reminds me of me without the emotional and physical damage that we come to understand about her. In the end, Eleanor is a charmingly endearing woman, with a story that is surprisingly gripping. I didn’t think this book would be my cup of tea, but I have no trouble recommending it.