Truly, Madly, Guilty – Liane Moriarty | Books

When it comes to her characters, Liane Moriarty is a sneaky writer. In Truly, Madly, Guilty, the latest addition to her growing library of novels, her stars are so ordinary you almost don’t notice them becoming fixtures in your life. Ordinary isn’t to be confused with bland, though. They all have enough neuroses, drama and humour to keep them sparking, it’s just that their suburban worries and spats are so recognisable that they become people you feel you know almost … Read More

BOOKS: Three Wishes, Liane Moriarty

It’s a strange experience reading someone’s debut novel after you’ve read several of their others. You can’t help but notice the differences and the development that came after it. You might even go into it wondering if it can be as good as what you’ve already read. Not so with Liane Moriarty. It may have taken four books for her next two to become New York Times bestsellers, but her stories covering the contortions of suburban Australian life run right … Read More

Books: Little Lies – Liane Moriarty

I first discovered Australian author Liane Moriarty while scouring Audible for a new audio book to listen to while cooking. It’s my favourite form of multitasking. I found What Alice Forgot, liked the idea of the story, loved narrator Caroline Lee’s voice and spent one of my Audible credits on it. It fast became one of my favourite books and for several weeks after finishing it I still had the regularly uttered line, “Alice? Are you OK?” looping around my … Read More