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Big Little Lies [Format Kindle]

Liane Moriarty
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Revue de presse

This is such a clever idea. This is powerful, moving and gripping stuff (Star Magazine on The Husband's Secret)

The Husband's Secret is a staggeringly brilliant novel. It is literally unputdownable (Sophie Hannah on The Husband's Secret)

The writing is beautiful: sometimes funny, sometimes sad but always compelling (Good Housekeeping)

Dark and compelling, this is a must read (The Sun on The Husband's Secret)

Absolutely brilliant, even better than The Husband's Secret. Loved it. Liane Moriarty has that rare Anne Tyler thing of being able to make fun of people while clearly having compassion for them. (Louise Candlish, Sunday Times bestselling author of SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU)

The author of last year's bestseller, The Husband's Secret, is back with another sure-fire hit. Unputdownable (The Sun on Sunday)

It's not often that a book about murder mingled with domestic and sexual violence has you howling with laughter, but Moriarty pulls it off here ... Her ironic turn of phrases infuses even poignant moments with humour. Blending romance, comedy and mystery, this is a wonderful book - full of brains, guts and heart (The Sunday Mirror)

It all reads terrifyingly real, with the viciousness of the women at the school gates and the hell they can make each others' lives. It's a fine book (The Sunday Sport)

Moriarty is happy to thread a thin line between mummy lit and fluffy thriller. It's easy to get stuck into this book, thanks to neat plotting that keeps you guessing. Just dive right in because this book slips down as easily as a strawberry soufflé (Irish Independent)

A brilliantly plotted story with characters to care for who kept me reading, utterly gripped (Woman and Home Magazine)

Here at Company HQ we're all obsessed with Little Lies by Liane Moriarty. This juicy seaside-town murder mystery will be one of the biggest books this autumn (Company Magazine)

This fantastically written story, with its little clues casually dropped in along the way, will keep you guessing until the very end ... Another compelling, funny and thought-provoking winner from Liane Moriarty. Do whatever you can to get your hands on a copy - it's brilliant (Heat Magazine)

Take this page-turner on holiday with you - you won't be able to put it down! (Closer Magazine)

A twisted thriller (Now Magazine)

Another riveting thriller. Tackling difficult subjects with intelligence and humanity (Hello Magazine)

A compelling summer read not to be missed (OK Magazine)

This addictive new thriller from bestselling author Liane Moriarty weaves three stories together to a shocking and unpredictable climax (Take A Break Magazine)

Présentation de l'éditeur

Jane hasn't lived anywhere longer than six months since her son was born five years ago. Now, in the idyllic coastal town of Pirriwee, Jane feels like she finally belongs. She finds friends in the feisty Madeline and beautiful Celeste, women with seemingly perfect lives - and their own secrets behind closed doors.

But at the start of a new term, an incident involving the children of all three women occurs. Whispers and rumours become vicious and spiteful, and truths blur into lies. It was always going to end in tears, but no one thought it would end in murder.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 3774 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 464 pages
  • Editeur : Penguin (31 juillet 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00K8J3VCC
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A very entertaining page-turner! 27 février 2015
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
"Little Lies" takes place in a pretty coastal town near Sidney, among a small community of parents who have their children in the same kindergarten class, in a public school by the sea. People are nice to each other and well-behaved, they have coffees and cupcakes at “Blue Blues”, they run or walk on the beach. The mothers either stay at home or work part-time, sometimes they even have a career. The fathers bond at social events talking about golf…

On trivia night, a murder occurs on the school grounds. We don’t know who was killed, and who did the deed. Liane Moriarty narrates the months leading to the fateful event, from the point of view of several characters, as well as from snippets from police reports and gossips. It all starts with a new single mum, Jane, whose son has been accused of bullying by a little girl from his class…

The characters are well drawn, flawed, sometimes hilarious, and mostly sympathetic: Renata, the mother of a gifted child, one of the “blond bobs” who think they are in charge of the school, Jane, the insecure young mother with a difficult past, Celeste, the stunning and wealthy woman who hides a painful secret, and Madeline, the one who has to deal with heartbreak and jealousy as her elder daughter announces she prefers to live with her father and his new wife, a vegetarian yogini.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 GREAT BOOK!!! 5 août 2014
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Fabulous well written story told with so much truth, almost as if speaking from experience. The abuse so well explained, the anxiety and dry mouthed terror at knowing that another beating was being faced completely as it actually is for those who live or have lived with abusers. More than that the entire tale was just so real. Really very entertaining and enjoyable. I loved it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Drama/Crime/Romance/Comedy all in one! 14 août 2014
Par Linn Eriksen - Publié sur
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Great book! Hard to describe, there's some drama, some comedy, and a sneaking sensation of doom looming over every page.
I loved it!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Novel set in Australia ("oh, calamity") 29 janvier 2015
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Tell me, tell me, tell me lies/Tell me lies/Tell me sweet little lies/Tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies/Oh, no, no you can’t disguise/You can’t disguise, no you can’t disguise/Tell me lies/Tell me sweet little lies (Fleetwood Mac “Little Lies”)

Pirriwee Public is just a run of the mill school on the fictional Pirriwee Peninsula near Sydney, Australia. A cross section of the populace, their ups and downs, the inter-personal relationships laid bare and the exchanges between the parents brought to life. Dynamics at the ‘school gate’ are like a window onto the daily life of this otherwise reasonably affluent and engaged community. What could possibly go wrong?

The book starts out 6 months before the “Trivia Night” scheduled to take place at the school later in the year, to be attended by parents and staff to raise funds. This is the event on which the book hinges… And the countdown continues as the characters parade before us, parents, teachers, and the children. At the end of many of the chapters there are the comments and reflections from various individuals – and statements from the police protocol – about individual perceptions of how that particular evening actually panned out. Perception and fact are often polarised, interpretations of events and motive can be creative, judgement skewed. Prejudice can be injurious and doing nothing can in itself have dire consequences….

A swathe of people flurry across the pages at the beginning and it can at first be difficult to differentiate the real players. They are like a Greek Chorus observing a stage play, as life unfolds under the scrutiny of the reader. Yet it soon becomes clear who the characters are to follow and how they gradually build up relationships. There is Madeline who struggles with her blended family, together with second husband, Ed; Nathan is her former husband, now with Bonnie (who is clearly a seemingly virtuous and superior being to the rest of the characters); then there is Jane who is a single parent, who happened upon Pirriwee and chose to settle there with her son Ziggy; and Celeste who is married to Perry, the gorgeous couple who reep looks and admiration from other parents. And then there is Tom who runs the local beach café, Blue Blues (I am definitely getting a sense of musical inspiration, with the title and Ziggy – perhaps as in Stardust?).

Bullying at the school gradually becomes a hot topic and sides are taken. One child is being bullied by another and the author perceptively renders the different perspectives, the herd instinct seems to be to victimise and address the situation. In parallel there is also a very informed depiction of the abusive behaviour within an adult intimate relationship and how the insidious nature of such a dynamic gradually can unfold. The Jekyll and Hide character of the abuser is very realistically depicted.

The apotheosis comes with everyone turning up for the much hyped Trivia Night which starts off with consumption of heady alcoholic drinks, but no food to absorb the alcohol, as the caterer is late arriving. It is a true cocktail for disaster. Without giving anything away, it all goes downhill from there.

Locale from the TripFiction perspective isn’t central to the narrative, but as a reader living the UK, the notion of outdoor living is conveyed in a very appealing way! Imagine a school with a balcony for being outdoors, or surfing every now and then when the fancy takes you (I could live with that!).

It is leisurely paced book, very well written, that heads for the denouement in a measured and thought provoking way. Enjoy!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 interesting 28 août 2014
Par Maya - Publié sur
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It is a very nice book easy, all parents should read it,recommended to grandparents as well,. The book deals with bulling at school, it is only a small part of the issues and school politics, it also shows us what we can do, readers will get an idea about affairs , domestic violence beautiful friendships and extended families, if u have small children then it is a must.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ... all of Liane Moriarty's book and this one didn't disappoint. It's a great story and even if the ... 31 décembre 2014
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I've read all of Liane Moriarty's book and this one didn't disappoint. It's a great story and even if the theme (bullying) is not fun, the story is often told in a very funny way. I laughed a lot through the book. The characters are very likable and realistic. This author is really talented. A great storyteller.
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