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Top 10 Books to Read After Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Posted on 15th August 2018 by Martha Greengrass

Bittersweet, funny and original, Gail Honeyman's debut, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, has become one of the most read - and talked about - books of 2018. If you're one of the thousands of readers who have been hooked by Eleanor's story, here are some other books to add to your to-read list. 

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Charming and endlessly endearing, Hogan’s novel of a collector of lost objects and his determined mission to reunite them with their owners is a feel-good tale about atonement, affection and doing the right thing.
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Like her triumphant debut The Trouble with Goats and Sheep, Cannon’s latest mystery is a deftly funny, sharply observed evocation of human frailty and resilience.
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Keiko has never really fitted in. At school and university people find her odd and her family worries she'll never be normal. To appease them, she takes a job at a convenience store. Here, she finds peace and purpose in the simple, daily tasks and routine. Convenience Store Woman marks the English-language debut of a writer who has been hailed as the most exciting voice of her generation.

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Mona is a young Irish girl in the big city.On her first night out in Birmingham, she meets William. They embark upon a passionate affair, a whirlwind marriage - before a sudden tragedy tears them apart. Decades later, Mona pieces together the memories of the years that separate them. But can she ever learn to love again? An unforgettable tale of grief, longing, and a love that lasts a lifetime.

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It begins with a painting won in a raffle: fifteen sunflowers, hung on the wall by a woman who believes that men and boys are capable of beautiful things.And then there are two boys, Ellis and Michael, who are inseparable. Then Annie walks into their lives, and it changes nothing and everything. The unforgettable and achingly tender new novel from the author of When God was a Rabbit
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A generous, sensitive story of a life lived outside of time’s boundaries, How to Stop Time revolves around an immortal history teacher who must avoid falling in love at all costs.
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At twenty-six, Cheryl Strayed thought she had lost everything. In the wake of her mother's rapid death from cancer, her family disbanded and her marriage crumbled. With nothing to lose, she made the most impulsive decision of her life: to walk eleven-hundred miles of the west coast of America.
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Through a narrative that alternates hysterical humour with profoundly touching drama, The Rosie Project introduces Don Tillman, obsessively organized yet perennially unlucky in love.
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Soon to be a major new film adaptation. Bernadette Fox is notorious. To Elgie she's his hilarious, volatile, talented, troubled wife. To fellow mothers at the school gate, she's a menace. To design experts, she's a revolutionary architect. And to 15-year-old Bee, she is a best friend and, quite simply, mum. Then Bernadette disappears. And Bee must take a trip to the end of the earth to find her.
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