I can never tell how a Moriarty book will end. Always a pleasant surprise. Well written with fantastic character development and unique format.
Reading and watching World Juniors in between patients.
Reading and watching World Juniors in between patients.
Bookish birthday wishes and magical fairy sprinkles go to @Bostonmomx2 today !!!!! Hoping you have the perfect day—one filled with books and cake and love and fun and doggie snuggles....and maybe a little time to read and relax!
@Crazeedi @KarenUK @robinb @julesG @squirrelbrain @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @gradcat
After our walkies, Juno and I finished this awesome read. Just a great story about the sisters (triplets) and how different their lives were and the struggles they all faced. Might be a little soap opera-y but maybe that‘s what made it so addictive. A great summer read!
#corgisoflitsy #dogsoflitsy #summerread
Overall a good book but not my favorite Moriarty book. Having just said that, I really need to start branching out more- maybe read something with a male protagonist for once- fun read about female triplets in their 30s and their everyday lives that get a little crazy. We should all be more like Jemma. O and based on some characters ,.. I‘m not excited for my girls to become teenagers, or to grow up at all for that matter.
#BirthdayLove and hugs go out to two lovely Littens today, @Peddler410 and @SmartSassery !! 🤗💋🤗💋
Jennifer and Indica, we wish you a day of magical surprises and lots of delicious birthday cake!! 🎂🎂🎂😊🎉💐
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Day 30 - #wish #literaryluck
Well written about 33 year-old Kettle triplets. Characters were well-developed. Lyn was very organized, Kat has marital problems and Gemma is free spirited and leaves relationships at the 6 month point. Deals mostly with their sibling rivalry. Filled with lots of laugh-out-loud moments and some serious situations. I look forward to reading another of her books. I recommend If you like chick-lit that‘s entertaining.
This was somewhere between a so-so and a pan for me. Part of the book was interesting and drew me in (triplets and their life!? What‘s not to love!?) but there was way too much of some things for me: drama, unrealistic storyline, too much romance focus, poor relationships and people being nasty to one another. It didn‘t leave me wanting more and I‘m disappointed because I‘ve heard great things about Liane Moriarty.
I strictly read thriller/ mystery books but liane moriarty is the exception to the rule. Each character is so charming, every page keeps you wanting more. I‘m also Australian so it‘s so nice having little references that I understand, like places I‘ve been or footy team colors I actually know. a nice and welcoming change from the hundreds of American books I read. 3 wishes is one of her cuter books, and is such a nice easy read
I am having trouble getting into this one. Does it get better?
This is one of my Brain Candy authors. You know, where you‘re engaged and entertained but if your mind wanders for a paragraph or two, you won‘t miss much. Decent writing, but you won‘t walk away enlightened. But you‘ll be satisfied, at least until the sugar wears off...🍭🍫🍭
(This is Liane Moriarty‘s debut novel.)
Any other Littens have similar Brain Candy faves?🍭🍬🍭🍫
#Kindle #KindleDailyDeal #KindleDeal
I'm loving every book by Moriarty!! This one is about triplet girls who are in certain ways alike but in other ways completely unique. One of my favorite techniques the author uses is to give us the POV of strangers witnessing the triplets from when they were babies to women in their thirties. Great combination of drama and humor.
Just finished. I think I've read all of her books. This one is not quite 3⭐. He other books were much better. This one was very readable, just nothing special.
Yeah know, I just couldn't get into this one and my TBR shelf is too big for that... not giving up on the author though. I've really enjoyed all her other books so far. NEXT!
Finished my third book during the #24B4Monday #Readathon Currently just broken 18 hours.
Have to say I really enjoyed this book by Liane Moriarty about he connections between the lives of three triplets. Interesting events throughout the book, along with family issues, arguments and feuds. Very much had the feel of a Marian Keyes book. Think this was my favourite of her books so far and could easily read more about this group.
I think that if I had never read another Liane Moriarty book and went in with no expectations this might have been a pick. I really liked the characters, the three sisters with their distinct personalities were really well developed, as were the family relationships.. but it lacked the normal suspense element that her books usually have. It was kind of just like a big soap opera plot.
A few years back, I read a Liane Moriarty and didn't care for it much and wrote the author off. Now, I've read 3 books of hers recently and I have gobbled them all up! I'm so glad I gave her a second chance. This book was fresh, funny, breathtakingly empathetic at times. And I ended it with a smile on my face.
Yesterday‘s book sale and thrift store finds.
I was very disappointed with the library sale I went to yesterday. It was advertised as “15,000 books” and when I got there it was two tiny rooms filled with old, outdated stuff. Oh well. In a few weeks I‘ll be going to a “book bonanza” which I cannot wait for! 🤓
I haven't read this one yet, but Liane Moriarty is usually reliable and this one kicks off with a birthday celebration for triplets. The cupcake was made for my husband's birthday yesterday - seemed appropriate.
#ThreeWishes by #LianeMoriarty “...In this wise, witty, and hilarious novel, we follow the Kettle sisters through their tumultuous thirty-third year as they deal with sibling rivalry and secrets, revelations and relationships, unfaithful husbands and unthinkable decisions, and the fabulous, frustrating life of forever being part of a trio...” #TBR
Day 28: #Chairs #ReadingResolutions
I really enjoyed this quirky and chaotic tale about three sisters. I flew through it quickly, anxiously anticipating the explanation behind the opening scene. I could not have guessed. #bookreview #sisters #150pnpcoverparty
Sweet story about three sisters who are also triplets. Parts of the story are told from the view point of each sister and others from strangers who have encountered the sisters during different moments of the Kettle girls lives. I always enjoy Liane‘s books, they all have me dreaming of a trip to Australia 😊