Nine Perfect Strangers by Liana Moriarty

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty

Nine Perfect Strangers is told from the alternating viewpoints of several people who happen to be at a health resort at the same time. I liked some storylines/characters more than others. The characters’ stories were revealed little by little and really pulled me in to keep reading and learning about them. Some parts of the book were funny, some were fascinating, and some were just ridiculous (sometimes ridiculously funny). The last few chapters telling what happened later, basically serving as a years long epilogue, were great and tied everything up very satisfyingly. I highly recommend this book to adults who enjoy contemporary fiction.

5 (out of 5) Stars
Books Read in 2022: 91
Pages Read in 2022: 32,392
Graphic Novels: 2

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Filed under Contemporary Fiction, Reason: Grim Readers, Reason: I Like the Author

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