The story is perfectly crafted. The voices are perfectly cast. I am afraid I will never find this perfection again.
Maybe, but I found this book to have such an silly story line that the next book would have to come highly rated for me to try it
The scene where Brett finds out that the man in the Burberry coat is Dr. Taylor. Very predictable but satisfying nontheless
At times the story was ridiculous. Some actions by characters were not believeable.
Well written, intertwining stories, suspenseful
The way the author intertwined the stories and the surprising ending
Yes! She has a wonderful voice! I could listen to her all day!
The epilogue was incredible
Love Liane Moriarty's writing style.
NO. At first i really enjoyed getting to know the characters but the abrupt ending ruined it for me.
No.Just ones by this auther
She developed the characters nicely and then ended the sotry. very disappointing
I would like to visit Maine again. her descriptions were beautiful.
WAs really enjoying the book until the end. very disappointed.
Well written and extremely satisfying to the end! Written from a fresh perspective with a great ending. I was truly surprised at how good this novel was.
This novel starts out as any ordinary suburban story only to lift you up and then drop you into sadness and then bring you back to joy and then peace. Very well done.
Predictable and silly. Not worth the money. Nice narrator voice though.
Lorrie Moore is a master of the English language in this sorrowful tale of coming of age.
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