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Are you a TV series fan? We are! And when they are adapted from our favorite titles we always say count us in! And you know what, it looks that a second season of HBO’s Big Little Lies (adapted from Liane Moriarty‘s novel) is going to happen next year!
Have you ever wondered what kind of books Celeste, Madeline and Jane would read in their spare time? We've got some suggestions.
If you're a fan of Big Little Lies (a book and a series) try these 7 books to get yourself into the spirit of the well plotted mysteries and intriguing family stories. You can also get the books insights from BookLikes bloggers reviews.
Speak up and hurt the ones you love most or stay silent and hide a crime?
BOOK REVIEW: I hope I've learned my lesson: don't start a Moriarty book unless I have plenty of time to finish it, because I can not put it down to go to sleep. Knowing I have to get up and go to work the next morning is not nearly sufficient to stop me reading just one more chapter, again and again until it 's... read a full review
Haunting, consuming and powerful, The Bird Tribunal is a taut, exquisitely written psychological thriller that builds to a shocking, dramatic crescendo that will leave you breathless.
BOOK REVIEW: This is a short novel, less than 200 pages but it fits a lot into its small form. This is a tale of obsession, of madness and of the way the past has of coming back to haunt us. A challenging book but one I am pleased I read... read a full review
Every day the same, until that day. Has she really done more harm than good?
BOOK REVIEW: This novel was quite some read that will have so many twist and turns where you will have to keep up to fully understand what in the world is going on. "The Girl On The Train" was one psychological thriller mystery suspenseful read that will keep your attention as you are turning the pages to get to the end to see who was this killer... read a full review
An addictively suspenseful and tautly written thriller, The Good Girl is a propulsive debut that reveals how even in the perfect family, nothing is as it seems.
BOOK REVIEW: I really enjoyed the format that Kubica and it really helped tell the story of Mia and how she became Chloe. It also added to the suspense of trying to figure out when and how Mia was able to get away from Colin. Like I said Kubica was very very successful in using this format to her advantage. It was addicting at times as you want to figure out how Mia became Chloe, how she got away, Colin's motivations and what job he was originally hired to do... read a full review
What would you do if you could literally rewrite your fate—on Facebook?
BOOK REVIEW: With humor and insight, these clever gals will keep you engaged, and laughing out loud, from the first page to the last. From the stunning front cover to the honest insights, this dynamic duo captures the essence of today’s social media world where everyone has come to expect perfection from our lives, food, fashion, entertainment, families, relationships, image, and lifestyle; hiding behind a mirage of facades... read a full review
Small Great Things is about prejudice and power; it is about that which divides and unites us. It is about opening your eyes.
BOOK REVIEW: This book was absolutely stunning--compelling, dramatic and interesting, and addressing the really important topic of racial relations in America today... read a full review
Nora hasn't seen Clare for ten years. Not since the day Nora walked out of her old life and never looked back. And as secrets and lies unravel, out in the dark, dark wood the past will finally catch up with Nora.
BOOK REVIEW: In a Dark, Dark Wood is an interesting psychological thriller about a young woman, Nora, who wakes up in a hospital, injured, but with no memories of what happened to her. Now, she has to piece together everything that happened from the moment she got an email about a bachelorette party for Clares, a friend that she hasn't seen in ten years... read a full review
What titles would you add to the Big Little Lies reading list?