I have torn through every single Liane Moriarty book that I have opened. It's like a force sucking you in and turning the pages at warp speed. This book was no different. I devoured it waiting to figure out the mystery twist, and even once the "thing" was revealed I couldn't put the book down. The way Moriarty crafts her characters makes them 3D and vibrant. They feel like real people that I know and have met. Unlike the book I had just finished prior to reading this one, I rooted for each character in this book. I understood each of their motivations, and I feared what they each feared. She paints the struggles of women in such a relatable fashion, and the exploration of adult friendship is spot on.
While this is arguably not my favorite book of hers (because I had a few nightmares about it), I still would highly recommend it. I will be seeking out the others by her that I haven't read next on my list.