Moriaty’s tale twists and turns, but wraps up too neatly. While the characters are engaging and funny, there are many threads woven that take a little too much effort to detangle. A fun read, but not my favorite work of hers.
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I’d never heard of Liane Moriarty, and had this Kindle edition for months before I finally decided to read it - but after just a few pages, I began kicking myself for the delay. Set in Australia, it mainly features a tight knot of eccentric sisters who have created a cottage industry surrounding the mystery of a couple who completely disappeared, leaving a freshly baked cake and a partially completed crossword puzzle in the kitchen . . . and a tiny baby in the bedroom. It’s probably a chick book, but don’t expect steamy sex - she just nails the thoughts and circumstances that many women have faced in such a funny & insightful way, that you’ll think she extracted them from your own brain or from someone you know. The mystery lingers in the background, with the characters making the book fascinating. If you ever thought that your family was wacky, but lovable, you’ll discover there’s another family here that can certainly top yours! I can’t decide whether I want to read this one again, immediately, or find her next book to see if it’s just as mesmerizing.
I LOVE THIS AUTHOR! This was such an enjoyable book. All I wanted to do was read it.
I really liked this book. Great unique story. No offensive language or sex scenes.
Easy read. Couldn't put it down. I was sorry to come to the end. I want to read more of the characters lives.
Best book so far that I've read from this author! Loved each character and while reading, felt like i really knew each and every one of them personally.
I would have liked Sophie and Callum to end up together with a mutual understanding/different course for Grace bc i loved Sophie's character and found Grace to be unworthy, but altogether wonderful read with a good little mystery surprise twist at the very end. Great book.