Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Truly, Madly, Guilty - Liane Moriarty

Hmm mm, I percivered with this one but came away a bit annoyed that I invested so much time.  It is the story of two friends and their husbands who attend a barbecue at a neighbors house.  The story then shifts from before, to the day off and afterwards which although a useful vehicle for moving the story, became a bit annoying by the end.

The main disappointment for me was that I didn't like any of the characters, which seems to happen a lot lately.  Maybe it's just me!!  3/5

1 comment:

John Bellen said...

I've noticed that you've come across unlikeable characters in a few books lately. I don't think it's you. I suspect that there is a school of authors who equate unlikeable with memorable. Perhaps if they make them tiresome, authors don't have to spend much time coming up with personalities.