Truly Madly Guilty by Liane MoriartyI actually missed that kindergarten while following the nonevents that go on here. Moriarty used as a tease, by endlessly dropping in glimpses of it and then cutting away. It also had a full panoply of bitchy parents and nice ones, who went to war. They are well delineated and saddled with various pathologies. Moriarty is quite good with this kind of detail. How earthshaking can the fallout be?
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Overall, an ok read, with ok characters, and an ok story with surprises, tense moments and even a bit of humor, but it does take a long time to get there. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover.
Truly Madly Guilty is a contemporary, Australian novel by Liane Moriarty about marriage, parenthood, and lifelong friendships. Clementine and Erika, who have been friends since childhood, are dealing with a near-tragedy that has far-reaching repercussions. The plot weaves back and forth through time, as memories often invade the present. Chapters suddenly launch themselves forward or backward in time. Readers are immediately treated to what appears to be a cooling friendship between Clementine and Erika, stemming from a barbeque. For the first half of the novel, the barbeque is touted as the singular event which has changed everything. However, the details of what happened at the barbeque are not revealed until well into the novel.
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