Astutely observed, pacey fiction. The characters and observations are acute - and often a hoot. Nicole Kidman has already bought the film rights * Sunday Times * Original, suspenseful and laugh-out-loud funny. Nine Perfect Strangers is downright brilliant -- Clare Mackintosh Utter brilliance, with a twist halfway through that blew my mind -- Marian Keyes The suspense keeps building in an enjoyably zany thriller * Guardian, Best Summer Reads * Another page-turning belter of a book . . . with wit, charm, emotion, drama and mystery aplenty, this is an absolute must * Heat * This wonderful novel had me utterly hooked * Daily Mail * A fantastic piece of entertainment . . . Read this witty and fast-moving novel now, before the inevitable TV series * The Times * I've discovered the brilliant Liane Moriarty and couldn't be happier. Her books really are the definition of unputdownable -- Nina Stibbe What a joy it is. I've never read Liane Moriarty before . . . I don't know what I was thinking. Brilliantly entertaining, tightly plotted. You're in for loads of fun -- Sam Baker * The Pool * From the delicious imagination of Big Little Lies' Liane Moriarty, Nine Perfect Strangers is the razor-sharp thriller of the autumn . . . Moriarty lands a very contemporary tale that bristles with her unmistakable brilliance -- Waterstones No one currently writes about the minutiae of women's lives with quite as much insight and pull as Moriarty and, once again, her slow-burn plotting leaves you gasping at the end of the tale. I am jealous of anyone who hasn't read this yet * Grazia * One of the best books of 2018 * Cosmopolitan * A hugely enjoyable read: a warm and wise take on fractured lives, full of sharp observations about the frailty of human nature * Sunday Express * Not so much a psychological thriller as a psychological comedy . . . wit and insight abound * Sunday Times Crime Club * Another sure-fire hit . . . Funny yet full of drama, this is a must-read * Fabulous * A super-suspenseful page-turner * Mail on Sunday * Funny, captivating and well-observed * Good Housekeeping * The pleasure here is the skill with which Moriarty inhabits her characters, as she carefully builds the suspense * Guardian * The hard-to-put-down psychological thriller will keep you guessing * Evening Standard * A really enjoyable thriller * Stylist * Moriarty has an entertainingly keen eye for the absurdities of modern life. She is also as adept at writing laugh-out-loud scenes as tugging on the reader's heartstrings. You'll plough through Nine Perfect Strangers like a warm knife through butter * Daily Express * Liane Moriarty serves up laughs, thrills and surprises * Mail Online UK * A witty and poignant novel - Moriarty's storytelling is worth every penny * People * Fantastic * Best * Tightly-plotted, impossibly twisty and wickedly funny, the latest page-turner from the creator of Big Little Lies serves up another wildly entertaining ride * Waterstones * Liane Moriarty's latest novel is a hoot * Daily Mail * I absolutely devoured this book. Moriarty's main strength lies not (just) in the absolute compelling need to know how the story will end but in the perfectly crafted characters and a mix of humour with social observation. One of the best writers around -- Jenny Blackhurst A psychological thriller that takes place at a wellness retreat. It's gripping and hilarious and perfect for the plane, mostly because you'll never put it down * Allure * A brilliant book * The Sun * Moriarty struck gold with Big Little Lies and roars back with Nine Perfect Strangers * Balance * Moriarty is as adept at comedy as tugging on heartstrings * Daily Express * This wonderful novel had me utterly hooked. Hilarious reading at first, but then the tone becomes darker and more dangerous . . . * Mail Online * Moriarty expertly crafts each of the nine guests' backstories in this tense thriller * Woman * A suspenseful novel that makes you laugh out loud. Brilliantly drawn characters make this a compelling read * Clare Mackintosh, Good Housekeeping * If you're in the market for a feverish page-turner give this thriller a whirl . . . [Moriarty] knows precisely how to weave a tantalising tissue of suspense, guaranteed to have the obsessed reader glued to every page * Vanessa Feltz, Best * An insightful, twisty thriller set in a luxury retreat cut off from the outside world * Eastern Daily Press * Praise for Liane Moriarty * - * Wise, honest, beautifully observed. One of the few writers I'll drop anything for -- Jojo Moyes Staggeringly brilliant, literally unputdownable -- Sophie Hannah Like drinking a pink cosmo laced with arsenic . . . a fun, engaging and sometimes disturbing read * USA Today * Keeps you guessing until the very end - perfect summer read -- Reese Witherspoon Moriarty writes vividly, wittily and wickedly * Sunday Express * Straight-from-life characters, knife-sharp insight and almost unbearable suspense will have you racing through it * Good Housekeeping * As brilliantly accomplished as it is dark, twisty and compulsive * Heat * Riveting drama packed with suspense and secrets * Woman & Home * Perfect * Hello! * A hell of a good book. Funny and scary -- Stephen King Fascinating and compassionate * Daily Telegraph * I loved every line of it -- Louise Candlish Funny and captivating * Closer * A cracking story cleverly told * Fabulous * Every single one of her books is a great read * E! Online * An ideal summer read * Live Preston & Fylde * Book Club Summer 2019 Pick * Silversurfers *
About Liane Moriarty
Liane Moriarty is the bestselling author of eight novels: Three Wishes, The Last Anniversary, What Alice Forgot, The Hypnotist's Love Story, The Husband's Secret, Big Little Lies, Truly Madly Guilty and Nine Perfect Strangers. The Husband's Secret is a worldwide bestseller which has sold more than three million copies and been translated into over forty languages. Big Little Lies is now an Emmy and Golden Globe-winning HBO series, produced by and starring Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon. Liane lives in Sydney with her husband, son and daughter.
Nine Perfect Strangers: The Number One Sunday Times bestseller from the author of Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
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