Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine. By Gail Honeyman.

A lovely reasonably quick read this one!

Very warming, funny and lovely characterisation.

Eleanor is quite a reclusive person. Not very good at social interaction or up to date with todays world. However she has a job and a flat and maybe that’s enough. As the story progresses we start to learn the horrific childhood that has quiet possibly lead her to be this way, very slowly though so a lovely mystery element to the story. One day when her computer at work has an issue she meets Raymond, and through this relationship she starts to explore the world little by little and start to discover that she deserve more than her small sheltered life.

A delightful book and well worth a read.