This is the first book I read by Liane Moriarty. This one must have slipped through the cracks as I read this months ago – and I have only just realised now that I haven’t done a review on it! But here we are now. Better to be late than to not do it at all!
The book I am reviewing for you this week is:
THREE WISHES by Liane Moriarty
This book is based around 3 main characters that are triplets – Cat, Lyn and Gemma. These girls are 33-years-old, and they live very different lives, along with their very different personalities and traits. For some reason, whenever they’re all together, mayhem, laughter and drama seem to follow.
Cat has recently found out a secret about her marriage, and she also has some big news herself. Lyn very organised, juggling her marriage, motherhood and work – but she isn’t as put together as it seems. Gemma on the other hand is very free-spirited. She runs away from commitment after the 6-month mark.
With all of these completely different characters, it makes for an interesting, drama filled book. Divorced parents dating eachother again, cheating husbands, hangovers – this book has it all.. if not all, most of it.
I read this a few months ago, but from what I remember I recall enjoying this book and getting through it quite quickly. I love drama in books, it always keeps me reading! If you’re into drama too and fiction, womens fiction and contemporary – this one you should like. From what I have read by Liane Moriarty so far, her books usually include some sort of mystery/crime – but this one does not.
The three Kettle sisters have had a mortifying mishap. Their raucous, champagne-soaked birthday dinner has come to an abrupt end following a violent argument and an emergency dash to the hospital. So who started it this time? Was it angry, hurt Cat, still recovering from the “Night of the Spaghetti’? Was it Lyn, so serenely successful, at least on the outside? Or was it quirky, dreamy Gemma, the sister who can’t keep a secret, except for the most important one of all?
I give this one a 7/10!
I am sorry this is quite a short review, I don’t have too much to say and its hard to say a lot without giving away exciting things in the plot!
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