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Publisher Description

From the no. 1 New York Times bestselling author of The Husband's Secret, Big Little Lies and new novel Nine Perfect Strangers.

When Alice Love surfaces from a strange dream to find she's been injured in a gym, her first concern is for her unborn baby. She's desperate to see her husband, Nick, who she knows will be worried about her.

But Alice isn't pregnant. And Nick isn't rushing to her bedside. She is a mother of three going through a bitter divorce.

Alice has lost ten years of her life - and she wants them back.

PRAISE FOR WHAT ALICE FORGOT

"What [Moriarty] writes are acute social comedies of the feminine, where the domestic is more political than cosy... Technically this premise is a challenge, which Moriarty makes appear effortless... Great stuff" The Age

"A bittersweet tale by a gifted writer, whose light touch doesn't stop her exploring darker themes, such as infertility and the sad erosion of a once radiant love." Women's Weekly

"An intruiging exploration of how people change... Alice's amnesia is skilfully usd and like a detective, she must piece together the details of a life she cannot remember." Sun Herald

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
Books
RELEASED
2009
1 May
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
432
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pan Macmillan Australia
SELLER
Macmillan Publishers Australia and Pan Macmillan Australia
SIZE
1.5
MB

Customer Reviews

lauren_8 ,

Amazing! Loved every word!

Just read this book x

Cassmed ,

I loved this book!

I have read all of Moriarty's books and this was one of three better ones in my opinion.

apple x 1410 ,

What Alice forgot

I really enjoy Liane Moriarty’s writing style. Her novels are set in Australia and that contributes to the familiarity and comfort I feel when I read her books. Writing from the perspective of each character also helps me connect with the characters. Like many of Liane Moriarty’s books, “What Alice forgot” cover’s some topical and sometimes uncomfortable ground, but I love getting the perspective of each character in the various facets of their life journey.

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