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Nine Perfect Strangers

The Number One Sunday Times bestseller from the author of Big Little Lies

Penguin

THE SUNDAY TIMES NO. 1 BESTSELLER AND RICHARD & JUDY SPRING BOOK CLUB PICK, FROM THE AUTHOR BEHIND AWARD WINNING TV SERIES BIG LITTLE LIES.

Nine perfect strangers, each hiding an imperfect life.

A luxury retreat cut off from the outside world.

Ten days that promise to change your life.

But some promises - like some lives - are perfect lies . . .
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GUARDIAN BEST SUMMER READS

'Fantastic' Times

'Original, suspenseful, downright brilliant' Clare Mackintosh

'The twist blew my mind' Marian Keyes

'A super-suspenseful page-turner' Mail on Sunday

'Will grip you from the first page' Sunday Express

'Captivating' Good Housekeeping

'Had me utterly hooked' Daily Mail

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Riveting drama packed with suspense and secrets
Portrait
Liane Moriarty
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Seitenzahl 432 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 04.10.2018
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781405919470
Verlag Penguin Books Ltd
Dateigröße 879 KB
Verkaufsrang 7074
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von einer Kundin/einem Kunden am 09.09.2019
Bewertet: anderes Format

A very pleasant read, especially because of the author's great sense of humour. The plot twist surprised me though the ending didn't really convince me.

Dissection of the mind
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden aus Wien am 30.01.2019
Bewertet: Einband: gebundene Ausgabe

Liane Moriarty has the incredible ability to describe the minds of people to the point, authentic and in a way that is a pleasure to read. I felt most connected to Frances, not least because I completely agree with her that I can give up wine and talking and maybe also sweets, but I definitely cannot give up reading a book fo... Liane Moriarty has the incredible ability to describe the minds of people to the point, authentic and in a way that is a pleasure to read. I felt most connected to Frances, not least because I completely agree with her that I can give up wine and talking and maybe also sweets, but I definitely cannot give up reading a book for a few days that are supposed to be like a holiday. But Frances also feels like a more major character than most of the others, probably because we get to know her quite good and she also observes for us some of the other guests at Tranquillum House. When the story came to the lock-in it was probably supposed to get suspenseful. For me the opposite happened, I found the first part, where we met all the different characters and heard their stories, a lot more interesting than how these strangers interact in a serious situation. The epilogue, where we learn where everybody is at a week, a month, a year... after those days at Tranquillum House, was very informative and a perfect round-up to the story.