Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty – Book Review

When Joy Delany goes missing, her four adult children are forced to band together to try to work out what has happened – whilst trying to avoid implicating their father and piecing together where the mysterious stranger who recently entered their parents’ life fits in.

For me, Moriarty can be a bit of a hit and miss, and for me this one was a hit. There were a few parts that felt a bit convenient in the way they fit together, but I was happy to go with it. I enjoyed the way she looks into the different characters, their backgrounds, their choices, and pulls it together by the end. It’s a quick, light, fun read.

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