Liane Moriarty does what she does best in her newest novel. Intertwines the lives of four families into an thought-provoking story. She explores of love, obligation, and guilt in relationships. I love the Audio versions of her books, a lovely Australian reader tells the story.
The novel revolves around life altering events which take place at a casual neighborhood Barbeque. Two long standing friends join new neighbors on a Saturday night to socialize and get to know each other. The three couples all have a set of quirks, social anxieties, and issues. Clementine and Erica, childhood frenemies, come with their husbands, Sam and Oliver to get to know the new neighbors. Vid and Tiffany, the new neighbors, are the stereo-type second marriage. Handsome older man marries gorgeous, sexy younger woman. However, they are a rollicking good time, and the evening takes some odd twists and turns. Their relationships and lives are changed forever. Truly, Madly, Guilty is much like Big Little Lies, enjoyable, intriguing, with interesting character development. If you read for entertainment, this is a good choice.
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