I’ve not read a Belinda Bauer book for a while and I’m not sure exactly why, but when I saw that this had been picked for the Man Booker Prize for Fiction and it was a crime novel, well, I had to read it. The opening chapter is just brilliant, completely gripping and terrifying. A
I felt so bad writing that title just then, I didn’t finish reading the book. I know. Isn’t that the reason for book clubs? To read books? Isn’t the golden rule to always finish reading the book? I thought so too, yes, but then this month, I realised something and I made a decision to
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS!! THIS IS NOT A DRILL!! **PLEASE DO NOT READ THIS POST IF YOU HAVEN’T FINISHED READING ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE!** Okay, where to begin? Well, first off, I loved the book. And this was mainly because I loved Eleanor. From I think, the first chapter I was rooting for her.