Thursday, September 1, 2016

Truly Madly Guilty/ Liane Moriarty/ 415 pages

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty is a study of how one event can effect nine different people.  It's a particularity rainy time in Sydney, Australia.   But just a few weeks ago six and their children acquaintances gathered for an impromptu barbecue.  For the remainder of the book, bit by bit the incident at the barbecue is revealed as the reader learns more and more about each participant.  A cellist, a stripper, a cranky old man and a request for donor eggs all contribute the story and the incident.  This was a very interesting read.  The reader was kept guessing as to the true nature of the incident.  As each bit is revealed the reader may begin to know what happened.  Overall the characters are likable, each with a very interesting back story.  The ending will not let you down.

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