The HEA Book Club: Book Two

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Eva Amurri Martino sits with daughter Marlowe on a chair in Amalfi reading her newest HEA Book Club pick: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

I had the best time reading with you guys this past month of the HEA Book Club! I couldn’t believe how lucky we were to get Chloe Benjamin, author of “The Immortalists”, to hop on our Instagram Live with us the other day! Dreams really do come true— I mean talk about a female inspiration! I absolutely loved “The Immortalists”, and felt that it made me think about the theme of predestiny, mortality, and family in a way I hadn’t considered in a long time.  So far, the HEA Book Club is helping me get those intellectual hours in just as I’d hoped! I’m so excited you guys are along on this ride with me.

For this month, I thought I would switch gears a bit, and go for a novel with a female protagonist that had a humorous yet dark bent to it.  It’s even a part of Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club! This month, we will be reading ‘Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine.  I’ve already started it, and so far I’m liking it a lot! It reminds me of another book I LOVED, but I won’t reveal which one yet because I’m curious to see if any of you pick up on it also.

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

by Gail Honeyman

Our Monthly Book Club meeting this time will take place on August 1st at 8pm EST.  It will be about 45-60 minutes long.  I know this timeframe doesn’t give us a full month to read, but from my experience with the book so far, I think that it’s a pretty quick read.  Let me know your thoughts on the book choice in the comments below! Looking forward to discussing it with all of you!

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  1. Meghan says:

    This is one of my fav reads of 2019! Such a great story!

    07.12.19 Reply
  2. Nancy says:

    Just Ordered!

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  3. Mallory says:

    I just finished this book! You made an EXCELLENT selection. Cannot wait for the discussion. I have so many thoughts.

    07.12.19 Reply
  4. Irina Visan says:

    I read this book last year and loved it. An easy read too! There are a couple of books that this reminded me of from The Girl in the Train to Sharp Objects and The Woman in the Window they all have the theme of women with mental health problems and a mystery that unravels.
    Any chance to change the book club meeting to a more Europe friendly hour? 🙂 would love to attend!!!

    07.12.19 Reply
  5. Erica Lindsay Carrano says:

    Loved this book! Great choice!

    07.12.19 Reply
  6. Margo Tomsey says:

    Just when I needed a new book club in my life! I used to run a book club years ago and I miss it. I’m on chapter 6 and so intrigued by this character.

    07.23.19 Reply
  7. Riley Zulli says:

    I’m so excited

    10.21.20 Reply