Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty
The Devil’s Punchbowl by Greg Iles
As Good as Gone by Larry Watson
All is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker
- The writing style is pretty weird. The narrator, Alan, jumps back and forth in time as he tells the story. It also includes his conversation with his patients. When Alan talks his words are in quotes, but when the patients speak their words are italicized. It was a little annoying to me. I mean, just put it all in quotes!
- The ending is a tad bit contrived.
- Would a psychiatrist ever really treat several members of the same family? I think not! At least I hope not!
Moo by Sharon Creech
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