Nine perfect strangers

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ISBN:9781405919463

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Could ten days at a health resort really change you forever? Nine perfect strangers are about to find out.

Format
Paperback
Published
07/03/2019
ISBN
9781405919463
Publisher
PENGUIN BOOKS
Weight
312kg

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Astutely observed, pacey fiction. The characters and observations are acute - and often a hoot. Nicole Kidman has already bought the film rights Sunday Times Original, suspenseful and laugh-out-loud funny. Nine Perfect Strangers is downright brilliant Clare Mackintosh Utter brilliance, with a twist halfway through that blew my mind Marian Keyes Another page-turning belter of a book . . . with wit, charm, emotion, drama and mystery aplenty, this is an absolute must Heat This wonderful novel had me utterly hooked Daily Mail A fantastic piece of entertainment . . . Read this witty and fast-moving novel now, before the inevitable TV series The Times I've discovered the brilliant Liane Moriarty and couldn't be happier. Her books really are the definition of unputdownable Nina Stibbe What a joy it is. I've never read Liane Moriarty before . . . I don't know what I was thinking. Brilliantly entertaining, tightly plotted. You're in for loads of fun The Pool - Sam Baker From the delicious imagination of Big Little Lies' Liane Moriarty, Nine Perfect Strangers is the razor-sharp thriller of the autumn . . . Moriarty lands a very contemporary tale that bristles with her unmistakable brilliance Waterstones No one currently writes about the minutiae of women's lives with quite as much insight and pull as Moriarty and, once again, her slow-burn plotting leaves you gasping at the end of the tale. I am jealous of anyone who hasn't read this yet Grazia One of the best books of 2018 Cosmopolitan A hugely enjoyable read: a warm and wise take on fractured lives, full of sharp observations about the frailty of human nature Sunday Express Not so much a psychological thriller as a psychological comedy . . . wit and insight abound Sunday Times Crime Club Another sure-fire hit . . . Funny yet full of drama, this is a must-read Fabulous A super-suspenseful page-turner Mail on Sunday Funny, captivating and well-observed Good Housekeeping The pleasure here is the skill with which Moriarty inhabits her characters, as she carefully builds the suspense Guardian The hard-to-put-down psychological thriller will keep you guessing Evening Standard A really enjoyable thriller Stylist Moriarty has an entertainingly keen eye for the absurdities of modern life. She is also as adept at writing laugh-out-loud scenes as tugging on the reader's heartstrings. You'll plough through Nine Perfect Strangers like a warm knife through butter Daily Express Liane Moriarty serves up laughs, thrills and surprises Mail Online UK A witty and poignant novel - Moriarty's storytelling is worth every penny People Fantastic Best Liane Moriarty's latest novel is a hoot Daily Mail I absolutely devoured this book. Moriarty's main strength lies not (just) in the absolute compelling need to know how the story will end but in the perfectly crafted characters and a mix of humour with social observation. One of the best writers around Jenny Blackhurst A suspenseful novel that makes you laugh out loud. Brilliantly drawn characters make this a compelling read Clare Mackintosh, Good Housekeeping The scene is set for a great unravelling. People running from their pasts, presents and futures - what more could one ask for? Connaught Telegraph A brilliant book The Sun Praise for Liane Moriarty - Wise, honest, beautifully observed. One of the few writers I'll drop anything for Jojo Moyes Staggeringly brilliant, literally unputdownable Sophie Hannah Like drinking a pink cosmo laced with arsenic . . . a fun, engaging and sometimes disturbing read USA Today Keeps you guessing until the very end - perfect summer read Reese Witherspoon

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