Liane Moriarty is a New York Times best-selling author. Truly Madly Guilty is a novel about our lives: marriage, sex and friendship. She makes her point about guilt when she exposes seemingly the strongest relationships. How can we be stronger than we do and how sometimes the most innocent moments cause great harm. We invite you to watch this wonderful story unfold.
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: Truly Madly Guilty audiobook by David Shear
Not quite enough
As many others, I was on the edge of my seat waiting for the release of Moriarty’s new book. “Big Little Lies” by her was in my top 10 books of all times.
With expectations high, this story was disappointing. 4 stars is generous. I would give it 3 1/2 stars if I could. I’m rating it four stars because Caroline Lee as the narrator is inspired. She is amazing. Her accents are fun and bring the characters to life, the emotion she brings added more to the story than was actually there.
Moriarty is a master at developing characters, but in this book, there wasn’t enough of a story to carry the characters. The drama in this book was almost non-existent which left the characters not doing much at all. When they did respond to situations, they overreacted almost to the point of absurd.
The book in audio form made it entertaining. I enjoyed the listen. The story however left me wanting more.
Review 2: Truly Madly Guilty audiobook by patty mastracco
Would you listen to Truly Madly Guilty again? Why?
I can’t believe that there are so many negative reviews. Yes it’s long, but I haven’t finished and can’t wait to get into my car to commute and hear what happens next. It may not be as complex as some of her past works, but it makes you really think.Sometimes people are so critical because the can be. Remember… this is a read…it’s not real or life or death. It’s entertainment. I LOVE this book and don’t want it to end!
Who was your favorite character and why?
Clementine. And the girls. I love the way Caroline Lee portrays kids in a feisty manner!
Review 3: Truly Madly Guilty audiobook by Cheryl
I’ve enjoyed all of Liane Moriarity’s books, have listened to quite a few of them twice. I was anxious for the release of this one. This book seemed like Liane was under the gun from her publisher to push out another one using her traditional formula. But none of the characters were interesting – I really didn’t care what happened to any of them. And (with the exception of Vid) none of them entertained at all. The two couples were just depressing. The book was a downer – and Liane has tackled really tough issues in her other books, yet there was so much to care about in the characters that you kept going – couldn’t stop. Here, honestly I only finished it because it is in the queue in my car on the commute. Had I actually had to hold it as a book and read it – I would never have finished it.
Caroline Lee did the best she could with the material. Most listeners know – she’s great in this genre.
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