The Husband's Secret
Publish date: April 1st 2013
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Enjoyable, albeit a little predictable. Would recommend this though as it kept me reading.
Sometimes I get impatient with the kind of novel where you have to follow what seems like a bazillion characters and their disparate storylines, until those stories finally come together at the end. This one, however, kept me engaged from the beginning, because each storyline was populated with real...
I hope I've learned my lesson: don't start a Moriarty book unless I have plenty of time to finish it, because I can not put it down to go to sleep. Knowing I have to get up and go to work the next morning is not nearly sufficient to stop me reading just one more chapter, again and again until it 's ...
A while back, a co-worker and I were discussing our shared love of Gillian Flynn. After having read/listened to Gone Girl, I quickly tore through Flynn's other books. My co-worker suggested that if I enjoyed Gillian Flynn, I'd probably also enjoy reading Liane Moriarty's novels. "Liane Moriarty? ...
I so wish 'Women's Lit' was marketed differently. I was kind of embarrassed to be reading a book titled The Husband's Secret with a cover featuring a skinny Stepford wife. Beneath all the packaging was a story I quite liked. It follows three women in Australia, whose lives initially seem separate ...
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