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Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Lies We Tell, 27 July 2014
No Spoilers.

Madeleine, a confident and attractive woman, lives in the beautiful coastal town of Pirriwee, a suburb of Sydney, with her second husband, Ed, and her three children. Her first husband, Nathan, father to Madeleine's eldest child, is now married to serene yoga fanatic Bonnie, and they have a five-year-old daughter who, along with Madeleine's youngest child, will soon be starting kindergarten at the local primary school, where much of the action in the story takes place. Madeleine finds Bonnie rather hard to take and wishes her first husband had moved away from the area, but she has a busy life and a good network of friends, her closest friend being the head-turningly… Read more
The Way I Found Her by Rose Tremain
The Way I Found Her by Rose Tremain
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Lewis Little, a bright and verbally articulate thirteen-year-old boy, is spending the summer holidays in Paris with his mother, the beautiful, red-haired Alice, whilst she works on the translation of the latest romantic historical novel from Russian emigre writer, Valentina Gavrilovich. Valentina, a blonde and curvaceous woman in her early forties, welcomes Lewis into her home, giving him his own space at the very top of the apartment building, where he can look across the rooftops of Paris, and she is openly affectionate towards the impressionable young teenager. In his stiflingly hot, light-filled attic, Lewis spends time each day improving his French by slowly translating… Read more
The Adulteress by Noelle Harrison
The Adulteress by Noelle Harrison
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
In 1941, a young June Fanning arrives in Cavan with her Irish husband, Robert, an attractive and well-mannered, but unimaginative middle-aged man, and they move into Robert's family home which has been left vacant after the death of his father. June knows that her husband cares for her and that she should appreciate the safety of Ireland compared with wartime London, but she is worried about her beloved sister, Min, who is still in the city, and when Robert throws himself into working on the land and is not very forthcoming when he is at home, June begins to regret moving to Ireland. When Robert decides that he can no longer avoid the fact that Britain is at war, and he joins the RAF, June… Read more