Apples Never Fall
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THE DELICIOUSLY DARK NOVEL FROM THE AUTHOR OF NINE PERFECT STRANGERS AND HBO'S BIG LITTLE LIES'Perfect holiday reading' GUARDIAN'Smart, sharp and utterly riveting' DAILY MAIL'Stunning' SUNDAY TIMES'A tour de force' GRAZIA'A masterclass' SUN**SOON TO BE A MAJOR TV SERIES STARRING SAM NEILL AND ANNETTE BENING**________Joy and Stan Delaney have four grown-up children, a successful family business and their golden years ahead of them.Then Joy vanishes.Questions are asked. The police get involved.Scratch the surface and this seemingly happy family has much to hide . . .________'Deliciously dark' COSMOPOLITAN'Utterly and completely wonderful . . . A hugely engaging, sometimes very funny, page-turner' MARIAN KEYES'Moriarty's expert storytelling will have you turning page after page' i'A corker of a mystery' SUNDAY TELEGRAPH'If you want a book to see you through on your beach towel this summer, I highly recommend Liane's latest, Apples Never Fall. There's a lot of truth in it. Something we really do need right now' FI GLOVER, Waitrose Weekend'I loved it. An absolute page-turner with all the wit and nuance that put Liane Moriarty head and shoulders above the crowd. Liane Moriarty shows once again why she leads the pack' JANE HARPER 'One of the few writers I'll drop anything for' JOJO MOYES
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"Not the greatest of her books so far. Thought I would really enjoy it because I’ve liked two others of hers and the plot sounded interesting. Very slow, didn’t get interested until maybe 75% of the way through. Really didn’t like the Savannah character and thought the events at the end of the book weren’t realistic. Could have been at least 100 pages shorter. Glad I finished, but probably wouldn’t read again. "
"I couldn’t even finish the last 20 pages because it was just way too drawn out, basically just skimmed them. It’s like you’re about to climax and right before you get there it just disappears. I thought it was going to be more of a thriller, but it wasn’t. It doesn’t end how you think it will, you might have all these theories but really nothing happens. And then of course right at the end they just start talking about Covid in the story"