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Paris Adrift by E.J.Swift

Paris Adrift by E.J.Swift
Title - Paris Adrift  Author - E.J.Swift Published - Feb '18 Publisher - Solaris  Genre - #Travellers Pages - 320 Price on Amazon - Paperback - £7.66 Kindle - £4.31 ISBN - 1781085935
Hallie is a geology student living in England. She's a misfit and one day she decides to pack it all in and move to Paris, where she falls in love with an eclectic community, working as a bartender in a place called Millies which is located next to the famous Moulin Rouge. It is in Millies that Hallie meets Gabriela who helps her to settle into her new life. But life at Millie's is not as it seems. 
I was curious to see what this book was like, I've had a lot of people tell me about this book and how much they enjoyed it. I, unfortunately, didn't enjoy it as much as everyone else did.
I found it to be a very slow going book and I just couldn't get into it. I found it didn't grab my attention and make me keep wanting to turn the page. In fact, I found myself readin…
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Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
Title - Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine Author - Gail Honeyman Published - Jan '18 Publisher - Harper Collins  Genre - #Womens Pages - 400 Price on Amazon - Paperback - £3.99 Kindle - £3.99 ISBN - 00872145
Eleanor Oliphant struggles with appropriate social skills, she tends to say exactly what it on her min and that doesn't go down well with many people. So Eleanor fills her timetable so she can avoid social situations. Her weekends include frozen pizza, vodka and long chats with her mother.
Eleanor Oliphant's whole life changes when she meets hygiene challenge, Raymond. Together they rescue an elderly gentleman names Sammy who had a fall on the street. Pretty soon the three become great friends and they rescue each other from a life of isolation. 
There was a huge hype around this book and usually, when everyone is raving about a book, I end up not enjoying it. (Flashbacks to Fifty Shades) This book, however, was a pleasant ch…