Review: Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls | Lynn Weingarten

Delia killed herself by fire. Her childhood best friend doesn’t believe it, even though they haven’t been close for a while. When they were close, it was an obsession stronger than love. June tries to figure out the truth.

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Review: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine | Gail Honeyman

Eleanor is cringey and socially awkward with a depressing backstory. Her life is very structured and isolated, until she becomes obsessed with a rockstar. During her quest to change herself to be more appealing to the singer, she becomes unlikely friends with the IT guy from her work.

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