It was a fun read, but nothing like her other books. Least favorite of her books.
I’ve read all of her books and loved them. But this one jumped the shark.
I feel really bad writing this bc I love all of this authors other novels... extremely far fetched story, very hard to get through had me saying “ WTH”did I just read?!?”
It am sorry I have read her other book and like them, but this one, I just wanted it to be over.
I really like this author but this was a strange one. Starts off developing each character, seems like there’s going to be some intriguing breakthrough, but things just get bizarre. Then once the weirdness is over, it just rushes through the end.
Don’t want too give too much away so I won’t write more details. Just feel disappointed with this one though. Not one I’d honestly recommend.
Ms. Voracious Reader
I’ve read and loved all of Liane Moriarty’s books. This one was truly bad. The more I read, the worse it got. Definitely not worth the time or money.
Couldn’t finish. Ridiculous story, ridiculous twist. I actually did like some of the characters but couldn’t bring myself to find out what happens to them because the story was so bad.
I loved this book so much! Laughed out loud several times. Being a health professional myself, I could appreciate the obsessive behaviors that some others in my profession sometimes manifest when working with others. I especially love Frances.
Not what I expected. Nothing like her usual writing. I didn’t like it.
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.