Very disappointing after Big Little Lies
I love Liane Moriarty’s books for their pace and suspense; you can never really tell what will happen next. This book didn’t take me long to get sucked into. Halfway though it, though, it almost seem hurried. Things got weird in an unbelievable sense. It was as if Moriarty hit a point in her writing where she thought, ‘I’d better hurry up!” And it got careless. I’d still recommend this book but it did disappoint me towards the end.
This book will stay with me because the storyline was unique. Her writing is always good. I didn’t sink into it like her others but I won’t forget the story anytime soon.
What. A. Trip. (You'll understand what I mean if you are smart enough to pick up this book) Couldn't put it town. So tantalizingly woven, so heartbreakingly real, these stories of strangers who become bound together for life. LM exposes the human condition with the skill of sushi chef laying out perfectly filleted vegetables (oh, you know what I mean!)
I love this author but this is not her best work. Really hard to get through it - kept hoping it would get better but it did not.
Reader of all
Great character development and suspense, couldn’t put it down!
There should be SOME narrative at the half-way point. I think I’ll quit....