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    “Here’s the best news you’ve heard all year: Not a single page disappoints....The only difficulty with Truly Madly Guilty? Putting it down." (Miami Herald

    The new novel from Liane Moriarty, the number one New York Times best-selling author of The Husband’s Secret, Big Little Lies, and What Alice Forgot, about how sometimes we don’t appreciate how extraordinary our ordinary lives are until it’s too late. 

    Six responsible adults. Three cute kids. One small dog. It’s just a normal weekend. What could possibly go wrong? In Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty turns her unique, razor-sharp eye toward three seemingly happy families. 

    Sam and Clementine have a wonderful, albeit, busy life: They have two little girls, Sam has just started a new dream job, and Clementine, a cellist, is busy preparing for the audition of a lifetime. If there’s anything they can count on, it’s each other. 

    Clementine and Erika are each other’s oldest friends. A single look between them can convey an entire conversation. But theirs is a complicated relationship, so when Erika mentions a last-minute invitation to a barbecue with her neighbors Tiffany and Vid, Clementine and Sam don’t hesitate. Having Tiffany and Vid’s larger than life personalities there will be a welcome respite. 

    Two months later, it won’t stop raining, and Clementine and Sam can’t stop asking themselves the question: What if we hadn’t gone? 

    In Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty takes on the foundations of our lives: marriage, sex, parenthood, and friendship. She shows how guilt can expose the fault lines in the most seemingly strong relationships, how what we don’t say can be more powerful than what we do, and how sometimes it is the most innocent of moments that can do the greatest harm.

    ©2016 Liane Moriarty (P)2016 Bolinda

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    "Caroline Lee with Liane Moriarty makes one of the great pairings in audio publishing.... Lee's performance is emotionally shrewd and irresistibly entertaining, always fully invested in each character as he or she is by turns touched, puzzled, outraged, or horrified by unfolding events. Before you know it, Lee and Moriarty have you hopelessly hooked until you reach the dense, intricately interlocked heart of this wholly satisfying listen." (AudioFile)

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    Difficile à suivre

    La narration n'est pas chronologique et il y a sans arrets des retours dans le passé. Cela rend l'ecoute en plusieurs fois très difficile à suivre à mon avis.
    Le style de l'auteur est distrayant, il y a de bons passages mais l'intrigue n'en finit pas et la fin est assez attendue. Les personnages sont tous antipatiques mais on s'attache un peu cependant.
    Lecture parfois un peu surjouee et stridente qui peut agacer.

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    Wonderful!

    Liane Moriarty is one of my favorite autors and Caroline Lee is my favorite feminine perfomer for audiobooks. What a pleasure to listen to another story thanks to these two amazing women!! I loved the interview with both of them at the end of the book ! It took me some time to enter the story at first, but once I got in I was not disappointed ! Very touching characters as usual in Liane Moriarty's books... I will miss them, as often when finishing a good book.

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    What a story, what endearing characters

    The characters are developed with such compassion and wit, and the words are put together with such skill! I enjoyed every minute of this book. I could almost say the plot is secondary, but that wouldn’t be fair because it’s so good and full of twists. I ended up loving all the characters complete with their flaws. And I also learned from them. The narrator was just perfect, she made the book even better. Anyway, I highly recommend this book. You’ll want to keep listening, while at the same time, you won’t want it to be over.

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    excellent

    I loved all the characters and the voices, the narrator was excellent. very emotional and easy to listen to

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    I loved this book

    I couldn't wait to know the end of the story. I was completely immersed in this book. I really recommend it.

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    Great book

    A great story, beautifully read! Caroline Lee helps to bring the characters to life with her wonderful performance .

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    A Ph.d in marriage in parenting.

    Amazing. If you have ever been married, and/or a parent, this is for you.
    And what a performance.

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    Great book!

    Enjoyed every bit of it! I wish it lasted 70 hours, not just 17! :)

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    entertaining, as always with this author

    A very entertaining story with interesting and complex caracters. Great narrator! the 16 hours went very fast!

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    • patty mastracco
    • 01/08/2016

    seriously, stop analyzing and enjoy the ride

    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!

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    • David Shear
    • 29/07/2016

    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.

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    • Cheryl
    • 30/07/2016

    Disappointing.

    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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    • Wayne
    • 30/07/2016

    Truly madly disappointing and mediocre

    I apologize to all of those who have read my reviews recommending audiobooks by Liane Moriarty. I've read or listened to all of her books and have found the most recent six to be consistently wonderful. I really looked forward to the release of Truly Madly Guilty. Listening to this book was hard labor. The first half is both boring and confusing. There is none of the humor Moriarty usually delivers. The book improves in the second half but not by enough to make it better than three stars. Indeed, I can make a strong case for two stars.

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    • Holly
    • 30/07/2016

    Enjoyed?

    Our host always says he hopes we have enjoyed the program. I don't think 'enjoyed' really fits here. So many times I wanted to stop listening, because the collective pain and discomfort of the characters was just too much. The day of the bbq kept coming back like the day that would never end. Don't misunderstand. The book is brilliantly done, but it is not an easy listen. At least it wasn't for me. I'm still a bit unsettled, but that says a lot about the book's impact. As always, Caroline Lee is exceptional. Don't skip her interview of Liane Moriarity at the end.

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    • Mel
    • 31/07/2016

    Hate Myself for Loving You


    Moriarty, or I should say her writing, reminds me of a captivating friend I once had. People were drawn to the woman; she was a very pretty blond, manicured to the teeth, (literally, her husband was a dentist) drove the requisite European car, and had an outfit (and accessories) to match every occasion -- you know the type, wellies for rain, Ralph Lauren black label for soccer, pearl earrings, and so on ad nausea [sp]. She always spoke with an animated face, a dazzling smile, and a voice that could charm a dog down from a meat truck...she was spectacularly the stereotype of a Miss America grown up and embracing marriage and motherhood. Of course Mrs. Perfect inspired jealousy in people...but when you got to know her very well, as in best friend well, she was really amazing, it was beyond bizarre! -- the woman could talk up the most boring story and keep you captivated (thereby the *captivating* friend) for hours upon hours. You were never bored with her stories about her neighbors, her kids, associates, town dignitaries..."I don't mean to gossip or say anything mean but have you ever..." I don't know where the time went as the daily drudgeries and trivialities of the inhabitants of her social circle and neighborhood were babbled about, jabbered, blubbered, chatted, scandalized, glorified. Was there ever a more dazzling recounting of someone emptying their garbage can in their nightgown?! If you were in earshot, you were mesmerized. Bottom line: the woman could tell a story.

    I feel that way about Moriarty. There's more going on in my neighborhood than in most of her books, but she knows how to put together a story, and narrator Caroline Lee knows how to perfectly -- not just tell, but bring to life that story and the characters. (Lee may be the saving grace for this one.) As long as I am listening, I'm captivated; but I always close her books and feel disappointed. It's a little like making a cross-country trip to see the world's largest ball of yarn.

    There is a comfy feel of familiarity to Moriarty's writing; this book is no exception. It's a fairly enjoyable trip with a so-so destination. 17 hours is a lot of time to invest in so-so if you've got anything in your TBR queue. There isn't much take away, even though it ends in a nicely tied up ball. This is one that I'd say go ahead if you really feel compelled to do so...but don't tell anyone I told you to.

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    • Brianna Weldon
    • 29/07/2016

    Modify Expectations

    This book is good if you release your expectation for intricate and compelling storylines that are typical from this author. It took 4 hours for this book to become interesting. Was it worth it? I guess. The story ended up exploring some complex aspects of human relationships, with topics of mental health, complicated close friendships, guilt, and infertility. It made me consider another life as all Moriarty books do, but I found the initial tone to be frivolous.
    I love this narrator! Despite that, I think she tried to compensate for the lack of intrigue by over performing at the beginning. Caroline Lee is still very good.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 04/08/2016

    I Tried Really Hard

    I have listened to all of Liane's books on Audiable and was excited waiting for this book to be released. I am sad to say though that I found this book was impossible to get through. I started it over no less than five times and still could not get hooked. The story is confusing and truthfully, I couldn't even find a story in it. I am going to have to return this one as I don't think there is anyway I can get through it. Total disappointment and I really feel bad saying that,

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    • Michael
    • 01/08/2016

    Superb in every way!

    Where does Truly Madly Guilty rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    This is the best book I've listened to since Liane M's last book 2 years ago! I love these people, and am missing them already altho I have an hour of listening left. They feel real, and getting to know each of them, their thoughts and feelings is emotionally moving.

    Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

    I don't know how she does it, it's like peeling the best, most nuanced, most interesting and flavorful story onion of all!

    What does Caroline Lee bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    Her narration is also so well done, each character is clearly who they are, even when we're inside their heads. I, of course, especially loved her performance of Vid -- she captured his free-spirit, hail all ye fellows personality as well as his kindness and generosity -- what's not to like?

    Any additional comments?

    Bravo Ms. Moriarty! You did it again!

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    • Jan
    • 13/08/2016

    Picky Readers...Heads Up!!


    I only finish about 50 percent of the books I start. I tend to make it about half-way through them, and then there is this imaginary oven timer in my head, and it's like, "Ding! Turkey's done." Only it's the book that's done. I'm a picky reader, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

    But there are authors that I read everything they write and have to force myself to put their books down because I would like to read their work straight through. Liane Moriarty is one of those authors.

    For whatever reason, a vast majority of readers love the writing of Liane Moriarty. I know that her story structure is usually the same, that multiple characters will have secrets and play a part in a multi-faceted mystery, and that there will be more relationship dramas than I usually can tolerate. But I read her books and love them. Would I enjoy the novels as much without the narration of Caroline Lee? No, I don't think I would. They are a great team. And I will always gladly throw my credit back into Audible's bucket for the chance to read a new story by Liane Moriarty.

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    • l
    • 16/02/2017

    erstaunlich langweilige Geschichte

    die Story wird seeehr lang und weilig ausgebreitet. Die Charaktere hatten für mich keine große Tiefe oder waren besonders interessant. Alles recht konstruiert...ich habe es nur zu Ende gehört, will ich nichts Anderes hatte...

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    • j E N S
    • 14/11/2016

    very enjoyable read

    funny characters. deep and complex, intertwined story. all makes sense. sad and contemplative moments. entertaining, diverting, floating narrative. where we come to the narrator. you feel her joy reading it. highly recommended for beach or autumn evenings. definitely will check out her other work like Big Little Lies which is also up on HBO coming weeks.

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    • Kathryn
    • 24/06/2018

    Okay story, didn't love the narrator's voice

    The one thing that really bothered me was the narrator's voice--her voice for the children in the story was SO screechy and whiney! The story itself is not Moriarty's best. The whole time you are wondering what happened at the BBQ and how it could have possibly shattered so many lives and relationships. Not to diminish what happened, but it was made out to be so much more dramatic and the effects more far-reaching than I felt was realistic.

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    • S. Stefanie
    • 08/02/2017

    langatmig und inhaltsleer

    Viele Stunden um eine sehr langweilte Geschichte mit wenig Inhalt. Ich habe es zu Ende gehört in der Hoffnung, dass irgendwann noch Spannung aufkommt.... leider umsonst gehofft.

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    • Krümel
    • 20/11/2016

    na ja

    ich fands etwas brav und auch nervig - insbesondere! die stimme für vid... muss jeder für entscheiden. hab mich durchgequält aber schon besseres gehört. kommt vor...

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    • wiimimi
    • 08/05/2018

    very captivating writing, even better narrating

    very captivating writing, even better narrating/reading (amazing) - towards the end it felt like the story slowed down a little

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    • Tania
    • 06/11/2017

    Spannend, amüsant, berührend

    Wirklich ein spannendes Buch, bei dem man sich gut in die Charaktere hineinversetzen kann und traurig ist, wenn man nicht mehr Teil ihres Lebens sein kann :-)