What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty
GENRE: Contemporary | PAGES: 476
My rating: ★★
Mixed feelings about this one. What Alice Forgot was an enjoyable read but there were parts of it that didn’t seem well-blended enough into the story. Does that even make sense?
First, I have to admit: I just didn’t like Alice. She was just… someone I couldn’t bring myself to care about.
Her sister, Elisabeth was different. I enjoyed reading Elisabeth’s pieces so much more. She was real and believable.
As the story progressed I learnt to tolerate Alice. She kind of grew on me. And I liked where she was taking her life after being jolted back into it with no directions or user manual. Somewhere along the way, I wanted to slap her again but maybe it had more to do with the memory loss than it did to do with Alice on the whole. Who knows?
Not the best read but entertaining enough. My lacklustre review sums it up without me having to babble on and on, so I’ll give this an average 2.5 / 3 stars and leave it at that.