Pequenas grandes mentiras

Pequenas grandes mentiras Todos sabem mas ainda n o se elegeram os culpados Enquanto o misterioso incidente se desdobra nas p ginas de Pequenas grandes mentiras acompanhamos a hist ria de tr s mulheres cada uma diante de su

  • Title: Pequenas grandes mentiras
  • Author: Liane Moriarty Adalgisa Campos da Silva
  • ISBN: 9788580576795
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • Todos sabem, mas ainda n o se elegeram os culpados Enquanto o misterioso incidente se desdobra nas p ginas de Pequenas grandes mentiras, acompanhamos a hist ria de tr s mulheres, cada uma diante de sua encruzilhada particular.Madeline forte e passional Separada, precisa lidar com o fato de que o ex e a nova mulher, al m de terem matriculado a filhinha no mesmo jardim dTodos sabem, mas ainda n o se elegeram os culpados Enquanto o misterioso incidente se desdobra nas p ginas de Pequenas grandes mentiras, acompanhamos a hist ria de tr s mulheres, cada uma diante de sua encruzilhada particular.Madeline forte e passional Separada, precisa lidar com o fato de que o ex e a nova mulher, al m de terem matriculado a filhinha no mesmo jardim de inf ncia da ca ula de Madeline, parecem estar conquistando tamb m sua filha mais velha Celeste dona de uma beleza estonteante Com os filhos g meos entrando para a escola, ela e o marido bem sucedido t m tudo para reinar entre os pais Mas a realeza cobra seu pre o, e ela n o sabe se continua disposta a pag lo Por fim, Jane, uma m e solteira nova na cidade que guarda para si certas reservas com rela o ao filho Madeline e Celeste decidem fazer dela sua protegida, mas n o t m ideia de quanto isso afetar a vida de todos Reunindo na mesma cena ex maridos e segundas esposas, m es e filhas, bullying e esc ndalos dom sticos, o novo romance de Liane Moriarty explora com habilidade os perigos das meias verdades que todos contamos o tempo inteiro.

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    1. This one was 480 pgs. that read like less than 300. I was thoroughly captivated, found this to be brilliant in plot, structure and tone. Gulped it right down. On the surface this was about a group of parents whose children were starting kindergarten. We have the typical cliques, the do-goobers and many, many who think their children are oh so special.Over parenting to a T. Working moms against stay at home moms, fulfillment vs. involvement. Humorously told, there are so many times this book had [...]

    2. Liane Moriarty has done it again – written a book that kept me up way too late because I couldn’t put it down. She has a knack for creating characters who are so believable they could easily be someone you know. Big Little Lies is a story of parents acting badly. It is also a smart and witty story about the real lives of children, teens, friends, husbands, wives, second wives, and exes. You are teased from the beginning with something awful that happens at the annual Pirriwee Public School f [...]

    3. No, I haven’t seen the TV show. This book is fine. It’s certainly readable and hard to put down. I enjoyed reading Big Little Lies. But it’s shallow. Yes, it deals with domestic violence and sexual assault and the pressures and pettiness of white middle class and upper class womanhood when it comes to their social lives and their children and so on, but everything here is easy, frothy. And that’s fine. Not every book needs to carry the weight of the world. But at the same time, some of w [...]

    4. You know how sometimes you get to the end of a book and you wish you could wipe it from your mind, just so you could have the pleasure of reading it for the first time again?This is one of those books.I can't think of another author off the top of my head who does relationships so well and with such humour as Liane Moriarty. Her characters love and laugh, rub each other up the wrong way, extend the hand of friendship, spread gossip, resolve to do better, cry and keep secrets -- just like real pe [...]

    5. Read for Book Riot's 2017 Read Harder reading challenge: #11 Read a book that is set more than 5000 miles from your locationI was SO not expecting to love this as much as I did. dang.*review (still) to come*

    6. I think Stephen King summed up Big Little Lies perfectly when he said it is "a hell of a book, funny and scary." I found it to be like the first two seasons of Desperate Housewives before the show started to slowly fall apart (and I've seen every episode so I feel like I'm right right about the comparison to the book and the fact that the show was never all that great after the first two seasons, but the bigger question is why did I watch all of the show in the first place, and I'll never really [...]

    7. "A murder. A tragic accident. Someone is dead. But who did what?"WOAHHHH!!!! This book was freaking amazing!!! It was a total genre change for me -- this is women's fiction and mystery, not romance -- but I was just in the kind of mood where I was craving something totally different than what I usually read. so I tried this one! And I was BEYOND impressed with it.Like holy WOW impressed.The writing was fantastic — starkly honest, detailed, introspective, observant, multi-sided… the story [...]

    8. If I said I loved this one, it would be a Big Fat Lie. But I definitely LIKED it, despite the rough beginning.Here is my love story with Moriarty books, and it doesn’t stay all lovey-dovey, I’ll tell you that. But that sounds dramatic—I need to say that I don’t hate her books now, it’s just that the honeymoon is way over. I became an avid fan after reading What Alice Forgot, which is about a woman who hits her head and forgets her identity. I thought it was completely brilliant, and it [...]

    9. No lieI loved this book :) I read this book almost exactly a year ago. I didn't write a review as back then I usually updated that I read a book and gave it a rating. Plus it had a zillion ratings so I didn't bother. Looking at the reviews it seems to have quite a range of ratings. But recently I decided to write a short one as I recently heard what I thought was exciting news. Well exciting for me as a lover of this book!!I was looking through the new line-up of fall TV shows and came across a [...]

    10. Loved this book more after the show and a re/read I love how the three women became close friends. I loved how Madeline took Jane and Ziggy in and was a truly great friend. And she's funny too. Madeline has a husband and three kids, one of which she shares with her ex-husband. She's not happy about any of this but it is what it is. And it makes her a bit crazy which is understandable. Jane is a single mom to Ziggy whom she loves very much. Jane's has a sad story too but I'm so glad she had so ma [...]

    11. I can't NOT give this book 5 stars. There's truly nothing I didn't like about it. It's one of those special books that completely captured my attention—while I was reading it, I was lost in the characters' lives. And that's one of the things that makes this book soooo good: the characters. Moriarty is a master at crafting vivid characters from the first page. I felt like with each introduction of a new character, I had a grasp on their personality pretty quickly. But they weren't boiled down t [...]

    12. Note: To My friends I've already had discussions about this book 'while' reading it (several of us were reading it together) -- You might be surprise to see me giving this book 3 Stars.I'm sure you thought I might give it 1 star --or 2 stars. I was planning on it!!!! I think there are TONS of PROBLEMS with this novel ---and there is MUCH I DO NOT LIKE about this BOOK --However --Approx. the last 58 pages make a strong 'punch' --my rating goes UP. First let me talk about the problems:The author t [...]

    13. I didn't think that I would ever finish this audiobook. I liked this story, but it took a long time for me to get into. Initially, I had a hard time keeping the mothers and their children straight. Once I had finally got that straight, the story seemed to move a long a little faster, but not by much. I know a lot of people loved this book, but I guess it just didn't knock my socks off. I had high hopes for this book and feel a little let down. It was good, but not as great as I'd been expecting. [...]

    14. *4 Stars*Big Little Lies is an engaging story filled with murder and mystery, centering on the lives of three “school moms” and their problematic circumstances.I've never watched the show, but this book gave me a sort of sinister, Desperate Housewives vibe.This story is told in third-person narrative and methodically shifts focus between these three unstable women as the plot slowly creeps up to the night of the murder.The writing was fantastic: Intelligent, realistic, and held my interest p [...]

    15. 5 huge stars. I’d give it 6 if I could!This was one of the most captivating books I’ve read. An emotional joy-ride and an absolute favorite!Based in a small exclusive coastal town in Australia. It’s orientation day into kindergarten when one boy is accused of choking a little girl. For the parents it’s a moment when bonds are formed and lines are drawn in the sand. A full complement of emotions are cleverly weaved throughout. Laughter, tears, smiles and pain. Three wonderful friends (Mad [...]

    16. someone hand me a bucket for all these emotions QUICKLY I DONT KNOW WHERE TO PUT THEM HOW ABOUT A TUBfull review to come

    17. I thought, first off the bat, that the three main characters of Jane, Celeste, and Madeline sound a bit like one person. Sure, Madeline curses a lot, but the inner emotions of each is not so different from the others.This hiccup aside, the rest of the inhabitants, their relationships with each other is presented with almost scientific relish. The author is very much on top of her game, and I don't know how can she top this book. It's an original take on an old idea which is an endorsement, make [...]

    18. 4.5 Wickedly Delightful Stars!Well color me SHOCKED! Liane Moriarty wrote a book I actually liked.A LOTAH! To be frank, I didn’t think it possible I’ve read two of her others and they were just ok – but this one was kind of fabulous. It was believable, captivating, compelling, hilarious and sad all at the same time. And the DRAMA!! Oh boy!Little Big Lies is about Women. Strong Independent Women. Crazy Catty Women. Women who take sides against each other, sometimes for good reason, sometime [...]

    19. If you had hoped for something more from the much-lauded Landline, look no further than Liane Moriarty. She writes well-plotted, engrossing, and incredibly funny stories with believable women that also happen to put marriage and friendship under a microscope. Every book I've read by this author has been terrific.

    20. I enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I would! Can't wait to watch the TV series!UPDATE: The TV series isn't as good as the book. The ending was disappointing compare to it!

    21. This book was perfect. Yes, I had a couple of reservations initially. Lunches and coffees at the cafe, almost daily?? (Only cause I can't do it!). All the chatter about heels and fashion and this and that. But!! Liane Moriarty captured the internal dialogue perfectly, amazingly. So many times the mums were thinking things that do happen. The internal thoughts were spot on. Image, rivalry, one-up-manship, self perception and the shakey ground that so many girls and women find themselves in in reg [...]

    22. This is my first read of a Liane Moriarty book and I have to admit I found it engaging and entertaining. Set in Australia in a Sydney suburb, it has the measure of certain small communities and focuses on three women. Madeline is feeling bitter about her ex-husband and his new family, Celeste is beautiful, thin, and rich, seems to have everything including the envy of other women, and incomer Jane become friends on a orientation day at their childrens' kindergarten at Pirriwee Public School, Its [...]

    23. I had Big Little Lies buried on my to-read list for over a year. I want to thank one of my lovely friends Suzanne for suggesting I push it to the top of the mountain. Big Little Lies is a several-month slice of life in the universe of grade school parents in a coastal town located in Australia. Not having children, this setting fascinated me, especially since it was nothing like when I was a grade schooler in the late 1950s/1960s in Tennessee. Parents did not get into heavy politics and squabbl [...]

    24. This book is a feminist masterpiece. I read this after I watched the Hulu miniseries. (Don't hit me.) But it was one of the best tv shows I've ever seen, leaving me sobbing for thirty minutes straight and completely, utterly shook. So I read the book version as quickly as possible, and what can I say? I really liked it. While I think the miniseries is at times a bit darker in vibe than the book, they're both just so, so excellent. This book does something rather brilliant: it begins in a everyth [...]

    25. I wasn’t sure about this one at first. I’d seen some good ratings for it and I liked the idea of a book set in Australia, somewhere I’ve visited (briefly) but have hardly touched in a literary sense. And then it started weirdly, with a whole host of quotes from characters I hadn’t yet been introduced to. Something about a trivia night at a school, some trouble kicked-off and somebody was hurt, or maybe even killed. It was losing me already and I’d hardly started. One pet hate of mine i [...]

    26. this book made me losing my mind all the time just i wanna know who doing this to Amabella and after all that this book just hit me in the face and said *surprise mother fuckers*

    27. This wasn't for me, I'm afraid. The false suspense drove me bananas; it just seemed like lazy storytelling. I found the characters to be surface level only, and some pretty serious subject matter to be treated with much less sensitivity than it deserved.

    28. Let's sum up this book with two words: "Oh, calamity!"What a pleasant surprise. When I picked this up I expected some sorts of a predictable, dull book about lies and family, etc. What I read though far exceeds those two. It's more of a family thriller. What does that mean? I just came up with it. It's about the horrors between families, the hardships. Not just the good stuff, leaving out all the bad. Mrs. Moriarty takes care to include everything in this book. From teenage nightmares to the und [...]

    29. UPDATE: I have never had the occasion to update a book review but I just finished watching the HBO mini-series. I feel the need to chime in because I don't watch television. I have nothing against television and for most of my life I have watched it nightly from 8-11PM, but over the past ten years I started reading in the evenings. Anyway, I absolutely loved the program. It was so well-acted, I found it positively riveting much so that I watched much of it during the day. Highly recommend!Wow co [...]

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