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REVIEW: Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

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The Back of the Book

Pirriwee Public is a beautiful little beachside primary school where children are taught that ‘sharing is caring.’ So how has the annual School Trivia Night ended in full-blown riot? Sirens are wailing. People are screaming. The principal is mortified.

And one parent is dead.

Was it a murder, a tragic accident or just good parents gone bad? As the parents at Pirriwee Public are about to discover, sometimes it’s the little lies that turn out to be the most lethal…

LITTLE LIES is a brilliant take on ex-husbands and second wives, mothers and daughters, school-yard scandal, and the dangerous little lies we tell ourselves just to survive.

My Thoughts

Family dramas, friendship, love, hate and even murder! 

‘Little people, little problems’ (From the book!)

Jane is a single mother to a beautiful boy called Ziggy and is finding it hard moving to a new community and trying to fit in with all of the ‘perfect’ family surroundings. Despite the beautiful new surroundings there is something shady about Pirriwee but Jane is yet to let on.

Celeste despite being a slender beautiful mother of two with a gorgeous husband and more money than most can dream of there is still something that we do not know – or so it seems. Covering up is never easy but some women make it such a habit that when it does come out it is like you are numb to the subject.

Madeline takes no prisoners, she is upfront and most certainly does not mince her words. With a tongue that could cause a serious bout of whiplash as well as a teenage daughter that is ready to cause havoc and possibly a crime.

Community spirit with plenty of secrets in the background. This story circles around the three womens complicated lives. Between Jane, Celeste & Madeline any woman who reads this book will identify with the narrative somewhere along the lines and hopefully enjoy it immensely. From out there and brash to reserved and much like a ticking time bomb of emotions these ladies become friends and their lives intertwined in ways that not even they could imagine possible.

It is a great of love and support for friends and family as well as delving into a shocking back story that had me on the edge of my seat and wanting to throttle certain characters in the book. Moriarty has a way of bringing her characters to life and making them incredibly relatable.

A deeply thrilling, page turner that even though finished I want more. Once again Liane Moriarty has written a book that has left the reader wanting more.

Have you read it yet? 

Rating

rating4* worthy fix

#IMWAYR

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 Last week I returned from Amsterdam on Monday but was too late to put up my Monday post due to ridiculous delays with British Airways. Surprisingly the flight and customer services was awful but thankfully we are home safely.

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Finished

Little Lies, Big Little Lies, Liane Moriarty, Books, Fiction, Womens Fiction, Blog A Book Etc, Fay
I finished this last week and absolutely loved it, my review will be up this week so keep your eyes peeled.

Next Up

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In the mood for more Moriarty I started listening to this and it is no surprise that I am already hooked.

Written Review

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Check out my review HERE.

Beauty

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€2.50 – 150ml
Last time I went to Amsterdam I remember this product and lucky for me the HEMA shop were still selling it. It smells amazing and although it is over the 100ml mark and I am unable to take it back home it is just the right price to use whilst there and not feel bad leaving it behind.

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€4.50 – 30ml

Perfect sized bottle of serum which I can say from experience works on Afro Caribbean hair very well. Leaving my locks feeling well nourished and smelling fresh – also it seems to tame the frizz. Of course I bought it home with me!

Life

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Just one of the many delicious coffees we had whilst in Amsterdam – maybe it is because they use creamer instead of milk. Yummy!

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Most nights we would take a stroll around the town and on our first night we came across Spongebob watching us.

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What have you been up to this week?
Any plans for the week ahead?

#IMWAYR

Monday, Blogging, It's Monday What Are You Reading?, IMWAYR, Blog A Book Etc, FayHow is your New Year panning out so far? For me the time is just flying by and things are a bit of a fuzz! With plenty to read/listen and my skin causing me a ridiculous amount of problems with the bitter weather that has been dealt out I just want to curl up with copious amounts of caffeine and chill out. Although I have not made any New Years resolutions there are goals that throughout the year I set myself and slowly try to tick off of my list each month. One goal I am working towards at the moment is a work goal so I won’t be writing it on here but I may be a little bit distracted so bare with me.

So what have you been up to over the past week?

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Little Lies, Big Little Lies, Liane Moriarty, Books, Fiction, Womens Fiction, Blog A Book Etc, Fay

It has certainly taken some time but I am LOVING this book. Although the narration is slightly grating it is a really gripping read that you just don’t know where the next chapter will lead you.

Next on the list . . .

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I am contemplating finishing the rest of Liane Moriarty’s books whilst I am in the mood.
However I really am thinking about finishing off this . . .

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It has been sitting in my Audible library unfinished for quite some time now so I am thinking I might just have to grin and bear it!

What is on your reading list this week?

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I managed to pick this up in the sale on the Collectif website – it was an absolute steal and was delivered today. It fits like a dream and I am in LOVE! The fabric is thick and in abundance! Trying to get it on and off was a bit of a chore but worth every minute! I will take pictures of me in it of course and post that soon.

Beauty

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With the cold weather really battering my skin keeping my hands, face and lips smooth is a task as they are the first areas that feel the brunt. Air conditioning is yet another issue to be dealt with whilst at work that causes chapped lips. This wonderful product really does put paid to harsh weather conditions and artificial air circulation. After washing my hands of course a couple of dabs and my lips are kept moist and smooth. The smell of this product is not for everyone but I like it very much.

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As part of the gift set I bought myself last week this lovely product is my go to hand cream for work as it makes my hands feel silky smooth after so many washes of my hands. Have you tried it yet?

Life

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With himself we settled in the front room and both spent some laptop/work time together. Although we were working on different projects we chatted, chilled and just had a generally nice evening. Then the Baileys came out – delicious as always!

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Although Mikado’s are absolutely delicious there is something about pretzel sticks and nutella that just taste absolutely divine. Soft chocolate with a touch of salt is YUMMY!

What have you been up to?

#IMWAYR

Monday, Blogging, It's Monday What Are You Reading?, IMWAYR, Blog A Book Etc, FayAs I haven’t blogged for almost a week (a nice refreshing break!) I thought it would be a good idea to start back at the beginning of the week. Why not right?! Also there have been quite a few changes on the blog. Finally taking the self hosted leap has given me so much freedom with my blog and reason to change even more than I already have. The changes that I am planning are quite exciting (for me anyway!).

How is your New Year going so far? Fast, like mine?! 

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Little Lies, Big Little Lies, Liane Moriarty, Books, Fiction, Womens Fiction, Blog A Book Etc, Fay

This is one that I have been putting off for a while but after listening to it for a while (thanks to Audible) it is not that bad. After the first two chapters Moriarty’s writing style returns and you know that you are in for the long haul. Once again I am going between reading and listening.

Beauty

soap for soap and glory box

With Christmas well and truly behind me I headed out to pick up a few bits to prepare for the next one. This may sound ridiculously organised but I think it is just sensible as I pay bargain price for premium products (gift wrapping etc) and don’t have to go on a mad rush at the end of the year and spunk a wad of cash for no reason. Whilst bargain hunting I picked up a few toiletries and decided to treat myself to this little gift set. With a couple of items that I was going to buy anyway it was a true bargain and a little treat. Have you treated yourself in the sales yet?

Life

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Isn’t it just lovely when you get to take the dog out and even though it is freezing outside it feels incredibly fresh with the ground crunching beneath your boots and you can forget about not feeling your fingers and toes?! No!

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Well if dog walking is not your thing how about New Year’s cocktails with a girl friend followed by a late breakfast at one of our favourite haunts! M1lk in Balham is just lovely and if you are close by you really should drop in.

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What have you been up to over the past week?

#IMWAYR – A late one!

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So Christmas is done but we are still waiting for the New Year and things are really starting to take shape over here at Blog A Book. In the next couple of weeks you will be seeing some changes here and there. If there is anything in particular that you would like to see on the blog just send me an email. So back to the late Monday’s  post.

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I finished listening to this on Audible a couple of days ago and have to say I am glad it is over.
Review will be up soon.

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This book is a title from earlier in the year but it has been waiting on my shelf for some time so I figured it would be a good opportunity to read it now and listen along the way. I have read a couple of Moriarty’s books and loved them. Have you read any?

Life

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Don’t you just love it when you have an excuse to light some scrummy Yankee Candles! The Christmas scents are particularly yummy smells. Do you have a favourite?

Crowded Christmas Shopping

That’s right – two days before Christmas being normal human beings we forgot some bits and had to brave the crowds. This is just a little part of the crowd that we encountered in Stratford Westfield.

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Of course I had to get the boy a present and he absolutely loved it – it lasted all of two days.

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AX Paris – £45

Although I am working on New Year’s Eve that doesn’t stop me thinking about what I would wear if I was actually going out. There will be a post up tomorrow with other items for an outfit to bring in the New Year. What are you wearing for the big night?

So despite it being Tuesday I hope you enjoyed my Monday post!

#IMWAYR

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This week my reading schedule has been a little crazy and when I say that I mean from 0 to 60 within nano seconds. Throughout a nasty bout of acute tonsillitis I have found it hard to stay awake, concentrate and generally just function so reading has been quite a challenge. My DVD collection however has most definitely taken a bash as it is a lot easier to just fall asleep with a movie on.

That being said I have made good progress with the book I am currently reading.

Currently Reading

The Mill River Redemption, Darcie Chan, Fiction, Reading, Books, Little Brown Books UK, Sphere Publishing, Blog A Book Etc

When I started this book my initial thoughts were not great but now that I am into it things have most definitely changed.

Struggling

Our Tragic Universe, Scarlett Thomas, Books, Reading, Fiction, Canongate, Blog A Book Etc

This is one book that I wanted to love but some things just are not meant to be! Well at least not yet!
This book has been shelved for a while.

Still Unsure

Bridget Jones, Helen Fielding, Books, Reviews, Reading, Fiction, Chick Lit, Blog A Book Etc

This book did not start off well for me – having watched a couple of the films and not read any of the books I think I need to start from the beginning. What a shame!

What Next?

What I Had Before You, Novel, Sarah Cornwell, Reading, Books, Blog A Book Etc, Fiction

Adultery, Paulo Coelho, Reading, Fiction, Books, Blog A Book Etc

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John & George The Dog who Changed my Life, John Dolan, Books, Reading, Hardback, Non Fiction, Blog A Book Etc

One of the above two but I am not sure which once may get chosen.

What are you reading?

What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty

What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty

For some reason trying to find this particular cover online is very difficult! 

Penguin Says

‘Remember the woman you used to be …

Alice is twenty-nine. She is whimsical, optimistic and adores sleep, chocolate, her ramshackle new house and her wonderful husband Nick. What’s more, she’s looking forward to the birth of the ‘Sultana’ – her first baby.

But now Alice has slipped and hit her head in her step-aerobics class and everyone’s telling her she’s misplaced the last ten years of her life.

In fact, it would seem that Alice is actually thirty-nine and now she loves schedules, expensive lingerie, caffeine and manicures. She has three children and the honeymoon is well and truly over for her and Nick. In fact, he looks at her like she’s his worst enemy. What’s more, her beloved sister Elisabeth isn’t speaking to her either. And who is this ‘Gina’ everyone is so carefully trying not to mention?

Alice isn’t sure that she likes life ten years on. Every photo is another memory she doesn’t have and nothing makes sense. Just how much can happen in a decade? Has she really lost her lovely husband for ever?’

My Thoughts

With a bit of a bumpy ride at the beginning I was ready to give up the ghost. However with a little perseverance the story started to grown on me. I had very similar feelings about Moriarty’s previous book ‘The Husband’s Secret‘. The story started to pick up for me around page 60.

With Alice meandering her way through a ‘new’ life and trying desperately to remember the ‘old’ one we are taken through the trials and tribulations of parenthood, sisterhood, friendship and love. The story is told from three points of view and in three different forms – Granny Frannie via her blog (I found this hilarious!), Elisabeth through her homework diary and Alice with the majority of the narrative.

It was nice to have such breaks in the story and the chopping and changing from each opinion made it a much easier read and less monotonous. I did at times feel myself getting irritated by the characters – even Frannie! Come on Granny Frannie KISS HIM ALREADY! (You have to read it to find out!).

Alice

Now as I have yet to hit the 30 mark many would think there is not much of my life that I can look back on. However I have managed to pack in a great deal in the past 10 years, some of which I would not like to happen again, other parts that I honestly wish I could recapture and hold on to for dear life and a few bits that I have honestly forgotten completely. This is a story that does get you thinking – ‘If I hit my head and lost my memory what would I be like and what would I change?’. The overall answer would most likely be ‘I don’t know until I hit my head!’

Admittedly there were parts of the book where I just wanted to throw the book down and scream at Alice to shut up and get on with it or REMEMBER please and get to the point.

When her memory begins to return the depths of her sadness over the lost of her best friend start to creep into the story line and I must admit I shed a fair few tears at this point. Have your tissues to hand people. Within such memories however there are those that remind her of the good times that were shared with other characters in the story.

As the book is about Alice that is all I am going to say about her and will move on to the other two POV’s.

Elisabeth

From the beginning of the story I liked the way the book was written from the point of view of Elisabeth. Although slightly detached with what is really happening with Alice eventually things start to come together. Personally I got the feeling that everything with Elisabeth had to be very clear-cut and always defined with spy like scrutiny. Being very concise with her feelings and quite shut down does not allow you to get to know Elisabeth until the end of the book however when you do I am sure much like mine your heart will break for her and repair with hers.

There are parts where you think she is just plainly cold-hearted but give her a chance and KEEP READING! Elisabeth really redeems herself when she tries to guide her sister into remembering her previously life and being with her every step of the way. There are a many part of the book that had me holding onto my chair however I will only share a couple with you as they were the two that I found absolutely hilarious and actually laughed out loud IN PUBLIC (they also do not give too much away!).

‘She’s accident prone. She ran through those French doors last year and had to have forty-two stitches. It was very traumatic. A lot of blood. Apparently, Tom called the ambulance and Olivia fainted.’ – I know it sounds a bit sadistic to laugh at something like that but when you read it for yourself you will get the context and it is hilarious.

‘She’s very loving – maybe too loving. I remember her squatting down in the kitchen saying, ‘Hello, little fella.’ and we all looked down and saw she was trying to pat a cockroach. Mum nearly dropped dead on the spot.’ Once again a bit sadistic however in the correct context this was incredibly cute and hilarious at the same time.

Both of the above are direct quotes from the book

Frannie

A frustrated Granny Frannie made me laugh the most through her medium of blogging she told the world-wide web about her problems at her current residential home with a very mysterious Gentleman X. With her fan club following and such comments from previous students and avid readers Frannie relives her glory days to some extent and enlightens us on parts of Alice’s past which help us piece together how she became the person she is now.

There is a lovely part in the book that Frannie takes away the quote marks and gives in to her title of Grandmother – something that I will reveal no more about and you will just have to read. There is a talent show at the end that will have you tearing up as well as giggling and Frannie in her own right steals the show.

Overall

There are good and bad points about the book however I would say the good really does outweigh the bad once you get past the first 60 pages. At first it was a bit of an uphill struggle as I mentioned above. However most definitely worth the read and it had me thinking about it for a couple of days after I put it down. There was the feeling of being glad that I had finished it but only because there are many other books that I need to read. It is a good book if you like a bit of romance, chick lit and something that you want to think a little but not too deeply. It will not leave you emotionally scarred which is great however there are sensitive parts of the book that may bring out the tears you have been storing up for a while.

The End . . .

Not what I expected at all. Nothing more needs to be said about the book apart from read it and soon.

That being said I would like to send a big Thank You to Penguin for sending me the book and cute Tote Bag which I have hung up proudly and will use very soon (economical shopping with less plastic bags – here I come!).

Liane Moriarty’s website is great as there are a couple of her other books that you can read about.
CHECK IT OUT

Rating

rating3*

Mediocre Beans

It’s Monday What Are You . . .

Reading

A Winter Flame by Milly Johnson

So far so good and almost finished so the review will be up ASAP! Just keep checking back.

Reading Next

What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty

Coco's Secret by Niamh Greene

I am looking forward to reading both of these books. Have you read either of them?

What are you reading?

Wearing

jordans 1st pair

After returning from the US with this truly AWESOME pair of Jordan’s they are all I want to wear. Sadly they do not go with everything and I don’t want to wear them out quickly so they do go back in the box every now and then!

If you have Jordan’s – How do you wear yours? If you don’t buy some because they are über comfortable!

Skin Care

Ginger wake up shower gel

This delectable bathroom goody has made me want more than the regular three showers a day (it may seem excessive to some but oh well!). Have you tried it?

Hair Care

reming2

These bad boys have not only tamed my locks but also kept away the split ends and made my hair feel sleek. Very happy at the moment!

Listening to . . .

This is the clean version of the tune as I thought it was only appropriate for the blog. However if you would like to watch the original then please do find it on You Tube!
I listen to a variety of music but this song right now has made a regular recurrence on my playlist. What is on yours?

Watching

sherlock

This show is highly addictive and there is something that I cannot identify about Benedict Cumberbatch that is just so HOT!

How is your Monday panning out?

Do let me know :Dmonday love!

Festive Party Wants

Fashion

Limited Edition Floral Lace Fit & Flare Skater Dress £59

Limited Edition Floral Lace Fit & Flare Skater Dress £59

This is what I wore to my work Christmas party. Granted it looked a lot different to the one on the model being that I am wider! It still looked presentable! And yes very short!

shoes back and side

These shoes are many years old but still have just that right level of jazz needed! Just what I needed for my Christmas party outfit to make the statement that I don’t only wear flat shoes and crocs (work gear!).

shoes to the side

Both pictures are a bit sketchy! Now although they are comfortable I managed to get 3 blisters which I am now sitting at home and nursing :(. A very good night however and one that I would do again if the chance came about once the blisters have healed!

Food & Drink

lanson black label 5 bottles

A favourite in our household and something that seems to always make its way into our fridge at this time of year.

blinis

Made for a light snack yesterday afternoon with my feet still aching these were the perfect treat. The whole family had a great time!

Books

A Winter Flame by Milly Johnson

This was my Secret Santa gift from last years Broke & Bookish Secret Santa. It looks like a good seasonal book and it is a signed copy :)

What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty

As this book is being re-released my review will coincide with the release date. I am hoping I enjoy it as much as The Husband’s Secret.

What is on your Christmas list?

The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty

The Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty

Back of the book says:

‘At the heart of The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty is a letter that’s not meant to be read . . . Mother of three and wife of Jean-Paul, Cecilia discovers an old envelope in the attic. Written in her husband’s hand, it says: to be opened only in the event of my death. Curious, she opens it – and time stops. Jean-Paul’s letter confesses to an act of madness from before he knew Cecilia which, if revealed, would wreck their family as well as the lives of others. Cecilia – betrayed, angry and distraught – wants to do the right thing, but right for who? If she protects her family by staying silent, the truth will worm through her heart. But if she reveals her husband’s secret, she will hurt those she loves most . . .’

My thoughts:

‘Some secrets are meant to stay secret forever. Just ask Pandora.’ The last line in the book and it is one that really made me think about what I had just finished reading. This book took me a little while longer to get into than usual mainly because I have been in a bit of a reading and writing funk. Aside from that the story was slightly choppy at the beginning and it took a while to get used to the style of writing. Bouncing from one story to another without word of a warning can be quite disconcerting but when some of the pieces of the story start to fall into place then it is easier to follow and time to start embracing what is actually being read.

By the time I got to around page 60 I was hooked and this book was one that I didn’t want to put down. Much of the same can be said about the ending of the book – I wanted more. The one character in the book however that I really disliked was Cecelia, now I understand that she went through a lot of emotional backlash from the day she opened the letter (that took many pages to get to!) however she is a just boring. Overall the storyline was fast paced and actually made your heart race.

The message I took away from this book is that you never know what life has in store for you because Life itself keeps that eternal secret locked away until events unfold with time. So LIVE and enjoy every moment that passes you by to the fullest because when you look back at what you could have done it will be to little to late.

From: Penguin

Pages: 432

Buy from:
Amazon, The Book Depository, Waterstones, Barnes & Noble

Rating

rating4*

worthy fix

This book review is dedicated to a loving father and wonderful husband who passed away in his sleep yesterday – he was my friends dad and just such a wonderful man. He will be missed by many not only for his outward charm but his out-and-out honesty. He was and will always be loved by us all. God bless you Les. Get the bingo ready for us all up there. xXx

footprints

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