Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Big Little Lies begins with a death, and even though we know that is the end, the entire narrative captures the reader in a web of ethics and morality.
The story revolved around spousal abuse, helicopter parents, bullying, infidelity, parenting, murder and friendship. Moriarty layers all of these themes in a well told tale about the parents supporting the Kindergarten class at Pirriwee Public School.
A great read whose events lead to a wonderfully twisted conclusion.
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