Liane Moriarty is another author I am new to reading. The first thing I’ll say in my review is don’t be put off by the size of the book. Yes there are 89 chapters but the print size is generous and each chapter flows effortlessly to the next.
I found the characters immediately likeable and intriguing and this led me to a few marathon reading sessions even at my sleepiest. I really liked the clever way this book was written.
The plot hinges on an event that occurs at a suburban backyard BBQ. But unlike The Slap where you find out what happens almost straight away, the event in this story is alluded to and not revealed until halfway through, so it leaves you craving more so you can get to the bottom of the mystery.
This book was really enjoyable and I looking forward to reading some of Liane Moriarty’s other books soon.