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In cerca di Alice - Liane Moriarty, Silvia Rota Sperti
In cerca di Alice
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788807019227 (8807019221)
ASIN: 8807019221
Publisher: Feltrinelli
Pages no: 400
Edition language: Italian
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Jazabell
Jazabell rated it
3.0 "Now it seemed like she could twist the lens on her life and it from two entirely different perspectives."
It was a really good story. It speaks volumes to the nature of life. Happiness, grief, disappointment, loneliness, and love all play important parts in everyday life. However they begin to mean so much more when you can't remember your life. Alice is lost in a sea of confusion when 10 years of her l...
Claresinterpretations
Claresinterpretations rated it
3.0
Listened to in audio format. What Alice Forgot was set around Alice from the day of her accident to the day of the Monster Meringue Party when her memory returned. Before Alice hit her head she was a 39 year old mother of 3 and soon to be divorced. After the accident she thought she was 29 year...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it
5.0 What Alice Forgot - Liane Moriarty 
The mystery is what happened to Alice's marriage. Alice, suffering from a concussion and subsequent amnesia is the one trying to figure out who she is and how it went wrong. Another marvelous book full of kids and after school activities and how destructive it is for a marriage when gender roles mak...
Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it
3.5 Diluted story
This book has a fascinating premise. In the beginning, the protagonist Alice falls during her workout at a gym, hits her head, and forgets the past ten years of her life. The last thing she remembers when she wakes up a few minutes later is what happened ten years ago. The book follows Alice, as she...
rameau's ramblings
rameau's ramblings rated it
1.0 What the ending built, the epilogue tore down
Wasn't quite sure how I felt about this book and only finished reading it because I *needed* to know. Then I quite liked the ending, it was mature and somewhat open but definitely a step in the right direction and the second I read the word epilogue I knew my joy had been premature. Moriarty's str...
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