I could not stop reading this book. Just when I thought I knew what the story was going to be about, it kept changing and it had the right amount of mystery, surprises and funny moments. It is captivating, touching, surprising. Eleanor seems to be fine, she is not perfect, nor she wants to be, but her past haunts her, you don't know why and you just want to find out what could possibly have affected her so bad, why is she so damaged, so awkwardly social, and also very smart and introspective. Honeyman takes you through Eleanor's every day life and her past in a very smart way, it keeps you hooked, you can't help but want to know more about Eleanor, you even feel sorry for her, but sometimes you might find some of your own self in the way she talks, feels and thinks. Things that aren't usually funny, become hilarious! To see the world, people through Eleanor's eyes and analyze our current way of living the way she does, it's incredibly refreshing, fun and scary. The writing is sooooo good!
Una lectura ligera, en donde no importa realmente si has o no vivido algo cercanamente semejante a lo que vive la protagonista, los detalles están tan bien definidos que te guían tan de la mano como Eleonor necesita.
Es un libro HERMOSO! Súper bien escrito. Eleanor se ha convertido en una de mis heroinas favoritas: no es la clásica historia de amor, es un viaje de autodescubrimiento muy ácido, muy sarcástico y al final lleno de esperanza. Lo amé.