Book Notes: Liane Moriarty’s The Husband’s Secret

Moriarty is the Australian Jodi Picoult but without the political angle. I hate it how Picoult always preys on some hot-button political issue. It’s annoying for what is supposed to be light entertainment.

The Husband’s Secret is Moriarty’s darkest novel so far. I cried. So don’t read it if you are a fan of Big Little Lies because this is a completely different type of book. But I like it a lot better because BLL was a little insipid.

I’m reading another book by Moriarty and I won’t quit until I inhale all of them.

4 thoughts on “Book Notes: Liane Moriarty’s The Husband’s Secret”

  1. I’m reading this too! On the theory that this is the thing that I would be least likely to read, I am forcing myself to read it. I found it here on the bookshelf where I am catsitting and picked it up. To me this is kind of inane, middle-brow writing, so I have to read it just because I never would.

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