**Read the addictive bestseller now a major Amazon Prime TV series starring Nicole Kidman, Melissa McCarthy, Regina Hall, Manny Jacinto, Bobby Cannavale and Luke Evans**
PERFECT LIVES OR PERFECT LIES? THE UNPUTDOWNABLE SUNDAY TIMES NO. 1 BESTSELLER AND RICHARD & JUDY BOOK CLUB PICK, FROM THE AUTHOR OF HBO'S AWARD WINNING BIG LITTLE LIES
'A super-suspenseful page-turner' Mail on Sunday
Nine perfect strangers, each hiding an imperfect life.
A luxury retreat cut off from the outside world.
Ten days that promise to change your life.
But some promises - like some lives - are perfect lies . . .
'The twist blew my mind' Marian Keyes
'The suspense keeps building in an enjoyably zany thriller' Guardian
'Original, suspenseful, downright brilliant' Clare Mackintosh
'One of the funniest, most original and well-written books I have read' 5***** Reader Review
'Will grip you from the first page' Sunday Express
'Had me utterly hooked' Daily Mail
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
The bestselling author of Big Little Lies delivers an intensely funny satire of the wellness industry in Nine Perfect Strangers. We meet a cast of unforgettable characters (including a past-her-prime romance author and a pair of cashed-up lottery winners heading for divorce) who arrive at the Tranquillum House retreat ready to transform their lives. But the group didn’t count on a program director so determined to get results that she’ll push them to their limits—and right over the edge. Liane Moriarty’s novel touches on serious topics like suicide, grief and self-acceptance with gentle compassion and her trademark wit.
Send a motley crew of hurting but comfortably heeled Aussies to a secluded resort for a pricey 10-day "Mind and Body Total Transformation Retreat" and what happens? In this cannily plotted, continually surprising, and frequently funny page-turner from bestseller Moriarty (Big Little Lies), nothing like the restorative reset they're anticipating. The nine guests at Tranquillum House include middle-aged romance writer Frances Welty, her normal spunkiness shaken by recent personal and professional setbacks, and 20-year-old Zoe Marconi, there with her parents on the anniversary of the family tragedy that shattered their lives. What they haven't reckoned on is Tanquillum House's messianic but precariously stable director, whose secret agenda could be dangerous to their health. It would be unsporting to disclose more about Moriarty's largely endearing cast, since her progressive revelations about them contribute so much toward making this such a deeply satisfying thriller. Moriarty delivers yet another surefire winner. Author tour.)
Not quite good enough
Liane Moriarty writes well ; however this book drifts into the hysterical and unbelievable and makes itself slightly ridiculous.
It’s a shame as I know the film rights have been bought by Nicole Kidman and others.
Enjoyable, easy read
Interesting characters and a nice easy read. I was not expecting the plot twist. I enjoyed the humour however I thought the ending was too neat.
Half way through another author takes over and sends it careering into idiocy. What an odd book…
Odd and unsatisfying.